The content I seen has been hilarious. Enjoying all of it. I'm sure you guys are hard at work coming up with many ideas and executing the ones that budget allows. As a business point of view, this could be a problem for VET TV as I have just started my subscription and I already watched everything offered. I understand production takes a while and you are working with a good crew but I'm afraid viewers can lose interest without a steady flow of content to view on an almost weekly basis.
I can sit here and type you many ideas for stories but the same problem still remains. I do propose another idea or maybe a business solution that if monitored correctly could benefit both VET TV and viewers. I noticed you allow viewers and content creators to submit videos, can you elaborate on the type of submissions? By allowing selected content to submit can possibly benefit and allow new content for viewers. Again, monitored correctly as I know legal rights and certain content used must be first screened before distribution for many reasons. Plus, lets face it, we all sick in the head.
As an example, I am majoring in Digital Cinematography, I have worked on several filming projects and have several of my own ideas and projects I will be working on that relate to the content distributed on VET TV. By allowing me to submit an episode once a month, I would help take the pressure off of content distributed. Allowing a few more content creators to do this once a week, you can have updated videos. Again just a suggestion. Maybe holding a contest could test the waters. Creators would have to lose or give legal permission to be used but it would benefit by both parties as one gets new content and one gets exposure.
Also,I understand what VET TV is about but anything with a more serious tone in the works? Lots of stories to be told in many ways to include documentaries.
Tell Rivera I said whats up, We were stationed in Japan together.