Looking for a recipe for dissension? Comcast has it.
Take two cable networks designed for technology enthusiasts with very different bents — newbie G4 for young gamers and veteran TechTV for computer geeks of all ages — and merge them. Fire the staff of TechTV, the network you bought, and be sure to drop the show that has some of the most fervent fans and a host with a cult following. For good measure, take the network’s widely linked archives offline for weeks…
Ken Edwards, a 26-year-old database specialist at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, has been watching since ZDTV launched. He claims to own every current game console but only watched one show on the old G4. He tracks some of the backlash to the cancellation of Call for Help and the uncertainty over Laporte’s future. Edwards and others are bemused but pleased that Laporte’s show has been picked up by G4techTV Canada and may eventually reach the United States through syndication…
Source: WIRED News
I was interviewed for this article on Tuesday. Not only that but my rant referenced in the article was linked! I had a great phone conversation with Staci Kramer and found out just how many other folks out there are really ticked.
Thank you WIRED, and welcome new readers! The stats don’t lie! It now looks like Candy Apple Red is winning out in my current poll.
But thats what happens when you are going back to college, managing a newspaper network and doing freelance web design, the blog sometimes waits till the last minute before I go to bed. I’ll live with that, I am passing my classes, and everything is going great right now 🙂Powered by Sidelines