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Too long has the [[Cinespace]] audience held all the power at '''[[Channel101]]'''. Too long have the internet masses gone unnoticed and marginalized. Well, March 2007 had turned the tables, with a revolutionary new program: ChooseYourOwnSelectAVision.TV. Creators [[Dan Harmon]] and [[JD Ryznar]], first in line to parody themselves, brought the power to the people with this exciting anthology show that overflowed with energy and interactivity. The show was cancelled in August 2007 when, in an interesting turn of events never before seen at Channel 101, the fifth episode did not make it to the screening on time.
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<sup>Too long has the [[Cinespace]] audience held all the power at '''[[Channel101]]'''. Too long have the internet masses gone unnoticed and marginalized. Well, March 2007 had turned the tables, with a revolutionary new program: ChooseYourOwnSelectAVision.TV. Creators [[Dan Harmon]] and [[JD Ryznar]], first in line to parody themselves, brought the power to the people with this exciting anthology show that overflowed with energy and interactivity. The show was cancelled in August 2007 when, in an interesting turn of events never before seen at Channel 101, the fifth episode did not make it to the screening on time.</sup>
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This was basically a satire of [[Acceptable.TV]]'s habit of going on about interactivity.
 
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Revision as of 16:35, 22 September 2009

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Too long has the Cinespace audience held all the power at Channel101. Too long have the internet masses gone unnoticed and marginalized. Well, March 2007 had turned the tables, with a revolutionary new program: ChooseYourOwnSelectAVision.TV. Creators Dan Harmon and JD Ryznar, first in line to parody themselves, brought the power to the people with this exciting anthology show that overflowed with energy and interactivity. The show was cancelled in August 2007 when, in an interesting turn of events never before seen at Channel 101, the fifth episode did not make it to the screening on time.

This was basically a satire of Acceptable.TV's habit of going on about interactivity.