arabmtu wrote:Interesting. I have thought about something similar; online TV, initially employing volunteers in major cities, HD technology, Skype for live interviewing, phone interviewing, periodic documentaries about issues affecting the people (immigration, social, health), etc. Once it becomes popular and self-sustaining (i.e. ads), it becomes a channel that can be accessed internationally (satellite, cable, online, iPhone, Android, etc).
Seems like an interesting channel, From the looks of it, It appears to be a HD compatible channel.
Good ideas. I'm seriously considering of forming an online TV. The biggest hurdle is finding volunteers who can spare a few hours/week of their time to provide local/regional news, conduct interview with officials, influential figures, community, and occasionally make a documentary. Hints can be gotten from online TVs such as Alex Jones' Infowars. I believe this is doable.IRONm@N wrote:They need to come together and form one big international TV that employes real journalists and reports and discusses Somali issues, and is capable of creating investigatives programs and documentaries, and is avialable on Dish and Online 24/7.