Another article from Wired about how rapidly broadband is opening up endless "channels" for TV and video about everything. With "narrowcasting" and precipitously dropping production and transmission costs, no niche is too small for video.
"I deeply believe that over the next several years it will be this
blend of very popular shows to kind of middle-of-the-road, down to
you-happen-to-be-a-fly-fishing-guy, and you watch fly fishing videos
made by some guy in Kansas, and you’re paying him $10 to see it,"
Allaire (a broadband broadcaster) said.
Again, I say we ought to start experimenting with ACS-TV with a Springboard grant.