h a l f b a k e r y
This would work fine, except in terms of success.
add, search, annotate, link, view, overview, recent, by name, random
news, help, about, links, report a problem
or get an account
Many people don't care what's on TV, they just turn on the
box and watch while media is spoon-fed to them. This is
particularly true for TVs in public spaces, such as
YouTube requires the user to be active: searching and
clicking to find the things they want to watch.
a site where videos are constantly streamed 24/7
without any user interaction or waiting for buffering.
There are some livestreams on YouTube and Facebook that
could be scheduled every hour to bring regular news or
Such a web TV channel could even use existing EPG data
from real TV channels to find the names of programmes
Multiplayer youtube [Cuit_au_Four, Jan 02 2018]
[tatterdemalion, Jan 07 2018]
||This sounds like XM radio translated into restaurant TV. I
think XM radio has thousands of genre channels and then
plays without commercials.
||So perhaps there would be 20 curated anime channels for
||This might actually just be instant to bake. things like
Roku or Chromecast might let you use a youtube playlist
as a video source. So, some company would just curate
youtube playlists and then tell restaurants they could
||I'm kind of "meh" about the whole thing