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May 4, 2006

Farmers' Almanac TV — American Gothic crowd gets down

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There's plenty of room for everyone in the new age of universal access.

Farmer's Almanac TV appears on a few PBS stations but the founders have wisely decided to make the internet their prime playground.

Me too.

But I digress.

The company's backers originally hoped to be a cable network but "the plan changed, though, when they saw the costs and the difficulty of getting a channel on cable systems," wrote David Lieberman in a story in yesterday's USA Today.

The website's homepage currently features a combine demolition derby.

More on the iconic painting

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here.

May 4, 2006 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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