Posted in: News, News Videos & TV, Video On Demand and Web Television Stations by Andrew Macarthy on September 27, 2007
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Robin Good has recently launched RGTV News, an online television station that searches for and selects the stories rarely picked up by mainstream media.

The website tracks down news clips available through many main search engines and directories before compiling them all together in one place. Sources include YouTube, BBC World News and Al Jazeera, although there are 72 channels in total.

Robin Good personally selects the news, orders it by importance and updates RGTV two to three times a day, seven days a week.

To be honest I’m a little confused by the blog-style layout; the News Channel is part of the blog MasterNewMedia.com which has a lot going on so you don’t really know where you are. Still, the idea’s a good one and a little tidying up of the presentation could do RGTV wonders.

[RGTV]
[Robin Good's RGTV Analysis]


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