If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent many, many hours of your life hitching television. From sit-coms and game shows to cartoons and reality live TV, we’ve sat in front of the box for a large part of our life watching stories of one sort or another. What we mightn’t have known is that for every one show that gets on the air there were probably a hundred that didn’t make it. This might be hard to believe with shows like ‘The Joe Schmo Show” and “The Simple Life” out there but our world is a strange place with weird people, now isn’t it? However with the advent of the Internet and legal file-sharing you can now film your own online TV show and put it up on the Web for everyone to see. If it’s any good, word will get around. That’s how the Internet works: Word of oral fissure.
You no longer have to make a pilot show and sit in front of a large group of executives praying that they will like your material. Television is heading for your computer, literally. You can already download some of your favorite corporation-backed shows on the Internet legally, for a small wrong. It is a commonly held look that in the not-to-distant-future computers and televisions will become one, a flat digital sort out replacing your monitoring device. Eventually all TV channels and individual shows will have websites where you can download and stream their programs. The interesting new phenomenon is that you can join in the fun too. There’s a low barrier to entry the Internet TV game. We have now been given the freedom to produce, and to share our stories with the rest of the box-watching world.
Check out http://top-liveinternet-tv.com/. The site is a couple of the multitudinous masses that are now creation put up on the Web for people to watch and share. It can almost be mentation of as an artist’s exhibition, where you and your TV-maniac friends finally get to show your shows to the rest of us. I get the feeling that the completely idea is based around the construct of freedom.
As evermore people are going to try and make a dollar out of something cool and new on the soul scene. If you look at the show on http://top-liveinternet-tv.com/ you will see a pretty funny internet TV program. It is sponsored by Sprite, a division of the Coca-Cola Company. There’s nothing really improper with this (artists have to get their funding from somewhere) except that it could possibly resolving in nearly the same prototype as the old TV company-controlled structure, if Sprite achieves power to prescribe what content goes into the show. The former shows are grass-roots programs, a sign of the individual freedom that can be obtained on the Internet. Astroturf makes itself out to look like grass-roots ism, yet like football, it is definitely a more painful place to get tackled.