Any who, as usual when left to my own devices I eventually got around to You Tube and discovered The Uncharted Zone. It is, by all accounts, both "The Most Important Music Television Show Along The Gulf Coast" and "The Gulf Coast Leader In Music Video Production," offering such services as:
Can follow a story line with actors and/or the artist playing parts.The proof, as they say, is in the pudding and they have quite a feast on their You Tube channel, but might I suggest this sampler counting down their top ten videos of 2008:
Can be cool scenes inserted around the song
Can be models looking good throughout the Music Video
Can be different angles of the artist performing
All of this raises three mildly serious questions in my mind. Are all public access television shows doing this kind of internet crossover? Isn't You Tube just public access television writ large? How many American Idol contestants will we see on future UZ top tens?