might go public has launched with such wild success that Wall Street is pushing the owner, Paul Draper, to send the company public in order to get the cash to build on it's initial success of 750,000 viewers across 100 countries in its first month.

The good thing about this success is that it will encourage a lot of other specialty Internet TV stations to pop-up thanks to it's ability to focus on a specific market, run cheaply, and easily acquire advertisers who are chomping at the bit to spend their advertising dollars on a heavily focused audience.

TV station devoted to whisky becomes toast of Wall Street


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