Death Network TV Is Coming Soon, 24 Hour Online Programming About Death
In Canada, John Haslett Cuff and Sun-Kyung Yi of Aysha Productions Inc are creating DeathNetworkTV aimed to offer 24-hour online programming about death, from palliative care to cryogenics.
The site is live but acting as a splash page and says ‘Coming Soon’.
9 months ago the company shared this short informational clip on Vimeo, a widely popular video sharing site. There are 10 videos in total on their Vimeo page and most are short clips that appear to be part of a short documentary that could be used when the network fully launches. The other videos on the page were also posted 9 months ago.
The idea is grand in size but could be powerful if they are able to actually put together death related content 24 hours a day.
What are your thoughts, does a 24 hour a day online Death Network interest you?
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