/ Outdoor / Adventure TV channel?
If not why not...any idea?
Try epic tv on the web. www.epictv.com
Can't think of anything on TV but there probably isn't enough content to make it sustainable and not a big enough market to make it profitable
Thanks I'd forgotten that one, but still just video hosting. I just don't get why there isn't some direct TV accessible content.
Do you think? I'm not so sure. When you think of all the minor rubbish channels on satellite, I can't believe there's not enough historical content for say 4 hours a night a few nights a week. And once it's up and running, people could make content for it.
I do miss Discovery and Nat Geo of old. They used to do proper expedition stuff, and I don't mean just mountain stuff. Unfortunately it's all gone 'reality' with tree-felling, truck-driving, gold-diving, storage-hunting dullness. Not sure what Eden is like? (the channel..before some smart arse states the obvious :-))
We get The Adventure Show on BBC 2 in Scotland. Not sure if you get it in the rest of the UK. It's pretty good but too short and the stories tend to suffer due to this.
It could be hosted by Bear Grylls and Ray Mears.
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