Given its history, I somehow don't think it will enjoy the same amount of success that Cool TV (Which was NOT
a reinvention of a former self) has enjoyed as a diginet
outside of The Bible Belt would be interested in carrying it? Who outside of The Bible Belt would even WATCH
it? With Denver becoming more & more "Californiated" by the day, I don't see either of the local stations here picking up TNN
Other than just making a blanket stereotypical comment, why do you think only those in the Bible Belt would be interested in watching TNN? I live in Iowa, enjoy country music and I would probably watch the new TNN.
Does anyone know the $$ in the "classic" country demos? I believe it might surprise a lot of people.
My friend is a pilot for Net Jets. He says you would be surprised at the number of times he has flown to Nashville Saturday to take someone from NYC or the upper Mid West on a "last minute" trip to The Grand Ole Opry.
IMHO this could do well in any market with a large number of retirees. Potential for ads from Cricket (cell phone), AARP's branded insurance, luxury car, Tractor Supply, or any commercials you see on The History, or Weather Channel and CBS's The Price is Right are likely.