That is a neat service and


That is a neat service and could probably be adapted to the above scenario. But I think the idea was a stand alone TV station type deal or network. Just broadcast on the web.

But live events using the Todo thing would be cool too.

So here goes, my concept for a “paranormal” channel. LOL

First, grab every old documentary on the devils triangle, ufo’s, ghosts and bigfoot out there. Sun Classics did a ton of these in the 1970’s and they are still favorites, most public domain.

Then get a couple of local videographers to contact their local ghost hunters club and start a show like TAPS, start getting it ready for broadcast. Contact a few psychics and offer them a show too. Then hit every UFO conference and get interviews with the writers and ufologist. Almost all will do interviews free if they can plug their web sites and books.

Start the channel with old horror movies, and the documentaries. Visit and secure broadcast rights of some of their content and pay them a percentage. When you get some capitol going contact Travel channel, history and discovery channel and buy up their older paranormal content.

Content would come with shows on related subjects which are easy to produce. You could do sit down interviews with Stanton Friedman, Budd Hopkins and Whitney Streiber plus many other ufologist. Easy to produce and people would watch. One hour interview shows would be featured and would help fill up time.

Put the channel on with advertisments and after it takes off there may be a small subscription fee.

That’s it in a nutshell. But I think it would work and you’d build your audience on new age and paranormal enthusiast. In time you may even simulcast it on satellite.

Whadda ya think?


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