Hoopeston, IL (PRWEB) November 18, 2005
Last Friday a new network on the Internet was born called Magick TV. One week later, Magick TV continues to develop Pagan Nightly News, which has already covered a discrimination case, how grizzly bears’ endangered species status is being threatened, Christian response to Harry Potter's latest movie and even a symphonic rock band review. PNN’s latest special report is “How to Sell More of Your Metaphysical Items on eBay?” This special report shared the secrets of the eBay powerseller know as “Ed the Pagan,” including building a personal market among the millions of customers on eBay. With a week of videocasting under their belt, Magick TV is doing what the major entertainment companies’ demand, and that is reaching audiences personally.
The Internet has changed print media, radio, music, and now television. What Podcasting did to radio, Internet Videocasting is going to do to television and all forms of visual media. It is leveling the field so all content providers can reach a global audience. Magick.TV seized its opportunity, launching its first program on Nov. 11th . Its early audience of more than 10,000 viewers are already debating programming through blogs, e-mail groups and other Internet venues. Magick TV is among the first of the new breed of videocasters, giving the world more viewing choices than ever.
Magick TV’s short content format is made to order for the latest Video-enabled Ipod and other forms of hand-held television. With new shows like ‘The Zener Project’ and ‘Children of the Internet’ planned in coming weeks, this independent videocaster is reaching an international audience. Magick TV is among the first of these new breed of videocasters, and the world will soon have more choices than ever.
The company motto states ‘Magick is everywhere…so is TV’. A simple concept, but one which contains far more truth than many people may wish to admit to. After all, where is the nearest TV?
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