Online TV programmes are traditionally of very poor quality and have very poor presenters. However, one place on the Internet is attempting to break this mould and to produce TV quality programmes exclusively for the Internet: Revision3.

Revision3 (external link) currently has eleven active shows (external link), as well as a behind-the-scenes programme (external link) which comes out every so often. The shows range from music shows, such as XLR8R TV (external link), to technology shows, such as Tekzilla (external link), to internet culture shows, such as Diggnation (external link). The range of shows offered is fairly good, but is limited to very "techie" related content, which is fair considering the demographic of people that watch Revision3 shows.

I've been watching shows from Revision3 every week for almost a year now and I've started to prefer watching them over shows on TV now. Since the expensive new recording studio (external link) was built, the quality of the shows has increased dramatically and I don't see the shows going bad anytime soon.

Oh, and by the way - it's all free!



  • I always thought Ctrl+Alt+Chicken was kinda funny, but I guess they stopped production on these episodes?

    Posted by Ethan Poole (external link) on Tue 4 Mar 2008 at 7:05

  • Yer, they stopped that show. I loved it as well. Just didn't get updated for a while frown

    Posted by Matt Oakes (external link) on Tue 4 Mar 2008 at 12:46