My (only just) 2-year-old daughter is currently complaining to Mummy that she wants to watch Dora The Explorer, but it isn’t on anywhere just now. You know what? She’s right. Why shouldn’t we expect to get the programme we want, when we want? Instead she’s having to put up with Fifi And The Flowertots, which I personally can’t stand. Possibly due to Jane Horrocks providing the nicey-nicey voiceover. Still haven’t forgiven her for that Mrs-Supermarket-Manager-Becomes-PM thing.
4 thoughts on “I want my TV On Demand”
We’ve had Simon’s view on the public sector, political use of technology and media in a 2.0 world, so I’m delighted that we finally get down to the nitty-gritty… what Simon thinks of Fifi and the Flowertots.
Don’t like Fifi?? It’s just northern accents you don’t like, isn’t it?
If you’ve never seen Fifi, it does make a deliberate attempt to be all-inclusive when it comes to accents… as long as they’re English or Welsh. No Scots, no Ulster. Er, if it isn’t too late – don’t start me on this subject.
The Internet and Television are merging; televisions are infused with bluetooth; and more and more traditional media giants and corporations are developing media rich Dot TV Channels. As web sites become pieces of software compatible across technological devices and browsers, any device capable of accessing the Internet will be a computer of sorts, and videos/television/movies will becoming increasingly more accessible. Dot TV On Demand® assists individuals in finding what they want, when they want, where they want listing all developed dot tv channels (and is in the process of adding hundreds more.) Powet.tv and 4Kids.tv are two examples of dot tv’s for children. It is just a brief matter of time before Dora the Explorer and just about every cartoon are on a dot tv channel.
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