Monday, July 27, 2009

BCAT, BCAT 1, BCAT 2, BCAT 3

Brooklyn Community Access Television, 1, 2, Community Access (COACO70/BCAT3), Channels #67, #68, #69, #70

Community access stations are a group of channels set aside by the cable company (forced by U.S. law) for the local community to put their views on the air. At the same time they are meant to educate the public about TV production.

Some famous non-Brooklyn CAT people are Elvira, Tom Green, and Bobby Flay.

The problem is Brooklyn is very religiously conservative, yes really. Nearly every public access show is some religious based crud. Some religions that literally didn't exist 5 years ago. I tried watching for anything interesting but the few shows that are different are beyond bad.

One show is about 300+ pound women who model lingerie.
One show is a 30-minutes of thousands of images flashing at an epileptic pace.
One channel is dedicated to telling us what is going on in Brooklyn at a community level 24/7.


4 comments:

  1. You know your tv... ;)
    sv: what was uncomfortably wrong with the outfit? from a guy point of view...

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  2. "One show is a 30-minutes of thousands of images flashing at an epileptic pace."

    Its the descriptions like this that keep me coming back :)

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  3. The pants seemed to be encasing the crotch in an unflattering way.

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  4. The pants seemed to be encasing the crotch in an unflattering way

    but, not so much ones like this.....

    ;)

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