About the internet, sadly not on the internet…

This arrived in my inbox this afternoon. So we’ve go to the trouble of registering www.herecomeseverybody.co.uk and in a stunning peice of web1.0 cyberwebby interactivitiness pointed it to…. the TV listings page. wow, http://www.herecomesdisappointment.co.uk

Try bbc.co.uk/imagine ? nowt, because there isn’t a page to support this programme strand, Maybe Al’s biffed all the production cash, maybe because it’s ‘arts’ it’s not a priority… but it does look a little bit shit. If anything highlights the BBC’s Telly vs Internet relationship issues, it’s stuff like this.

1 Response to “About the internet, sadly not on the internet…”

  1. 1 Julian December 6, 2006 at 12:52 pm

    TV is becoming less popular.
    The TV industry will have to learn to co-exist with the internet.
    Alan Yentob is a TV producer and confessed in the programme that he has difficulty with the above.
    The programmes absence on the internet may therefore be somewhat deliberate.

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December 2006

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