I am a lifelong fan of John Lander, the Q-Morning Zoo, and 93Q. A little over a year ago, I created an internet based streaming radio station remembering the original format. See www.93QClassic.com Folks really like this blast from the past! The popularity of this automated station is such that its not always easy to listen to. I have to pay for each listener slot and bandwidth, so occasionally the number of listeners exceed available slots.
Two weeks ago, I created something new. 93Q Country Television. See www.93Q.tv I've turned 93Q's playlist into a CMT-like country music video channel -- complete with weather forecasts, HPD public service announcements, and Gallery Furniture commercials. Without any promotion at all -- other than sharing with my friends via Facebook, who in turn shared with others -- this new channel is getting approximately 300 hits a day.
I am currently in the process of creating TV channels for other local radio stations. There are links to the demos for the other channels on the 93Q TV website.
Check out www.93Q.tv and the other channels and consider this: There are dozens of broadcast TV subchannels for lease in Houston and their rates are quite reasonable! If this type of programming was on a regular TV channel, would you watch it? How often?