NYC.TV Hopes To Bring The Spirit Of Public Access TV To The Web

NYC.TV Hopes To Bring The Spirit Of Public Access TV To The Web

By Anthony Ha Hey, remember public access? Those local, non-commercial channels where you’d find weird stuff (and, sure, city council meetings) that made you think, “Wait, how is this even on TV?” Well, public access hasn’t gone away (heck, it’s become Stephen Colbert’s temporary home), but Kareem Ahmed, co-founder and CEO of a new video startup called NYC.TV argued… Read More

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