The big news is that The Show With No Name will now be rebroadcast on the Austin Music Network. We've got a slot on Saturday nights at 7PM where a tape of the previous show will air each week. To celebrate this, last night's show was about Cinco trying to make it big in the music business, and it featured disco balls, guitar wizardry, and a really awful clip of Corey Feldman on Howard Stern's WWOR show from around 1991. We also had a short film, "The Ballad of Little Roger Mead", which tells the tale of a little boy with a talent that no one wants to see. Of course, the show closed with the pathetic Nikki Rose singing about how rock stars get ten girls at a time.
AMN has a pretty good reach. It already is seen from Georgetown to San Marcos. They also have a Quicktime video stream, which means that TSWNN can be seen by people out of the area. I just tried it out, and after about 30 seconds of buffering, you got fairly good audio and acceptable streaming video.
We are told that they will soon be on cable systems in San Antonio too. The Show With No Name media empire continues to grow. First channel 10, now channel 15. Will channel 20 (KLRU's national PBS feed) be next?