Where To Watch The DVOPD

Outside of our regular weekend slots on Time-Warner Cable channel 4 in Binghamton, NY, and on ACTV50 in Atkinson, New Hampshire, there is now a new place to catch weekly episodes of THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN as well as episodes of DARK VAULT LITE.

TVFU

TVFU is a virtual “channel” that brings back memories of the classic USA Network series NIGHT FLIGHT (1981-1988) and the bygone era of UHF television. We recommend you simply click on the link, dim your lights and kick back as you let the continuous stream of programming wash over you. Every Tuesday and Friday the channel is updated with 7 hours of programming. Some of the PPI family of programs are airing there, in between some of the most eclectic audio-video oddness you’re no longer able to enjoy on terrestrial, cable and satellite television. Best of all, you don’t have to join any service, pay any subscription fees, and you are very likely to be supremely entertained! All you need is a stable, high speed internet connection (DSL, Cable, G4). If you have a newer television you can jack your computer or notebook into it and viola! If you’re on the go and have access to WiFi, or you’re lounging around, looking at your I-Pad, then give it a go. Please keep in mind that TVFU is recommended for mature audiences.

For example, this week you can enjoy an episode of TALES OF MERE EXISTENCE, THE DARK VAULT and PPI’s MUSIC KINGDOM as well as music videos (remember them???), classic retro-commercials and psas, short films, trailers, and a new feature film twice a week. This evening’s presentation is the TROMA films classic TROMEO & JULIET, uncut and uncensored, courtesy of Troma Films.

The channel has video-on-demand capabilities, so you can skip through programs you don’t like.

So, while you’re waiting for your dose of THE DVOPD on the weekends, why not tune into TVFU every Tuesday and Friday for a mid-week dose of THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN!

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~ by darkvault on July 27, 2012.

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