Personal TV channels
From Business Week at http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/jan2007/tc20070131_688495.htm?
"Some companies aim to give consumers the ability to create their own so-called personal TV channels. Splashcast is one. Its free service lets users create their own rich media presentations on the Web, combining video, audio, and other content assembled from various sources into one cohesive presentation that can easily be added to a personal Web site or social-networking service, to which others can subscribe. The service is completely Web-based and works on PCs running Microsoft (MSFT) Windows, Apple (AAPL) Macs, and computers running Linux.
Panjea TV also describes itself as letting users create their own "personal TV channel." Users pick their own favorite video clips from various sources, including YouTube, and add them to their own "channel," which plays on their personal Web site or blog. As with Splashcast, other users can subscribe to various channels." (http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/jan2007/tc20070131_688495.htm?)