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When Al Gore-backed progressive, creative TV channel Current launched in 2005, the idea was to run on-air the best user-submitted videos fro…

VC2 Viewer-Created Content (Current TV)
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When Al Gore-backed progressive, creative TV channel Current launched in 2005, the idea was to run on-air the best user-submitted videos from online. Any fans like me of the channel, which started in the UK a year later, will, over the years, have noticed Current slipping more toward a conventional commission relationship with small indie production houses. Why?

Current’s director of content Emily Renshaw-Smith told me during C21

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