It seems just about every activity or interest known to humanity already has or is getting its own cable channel. There are channels devoted to fishing, golf, preschool, history, religion, health, money, you name it; it's high time planning gets its own cable channel too.
What kind of programming might a cable planning channel feature - what would appeal to this narrow demographic slice (and probably put everyone else promptly to sleep)? What sort of sponsors/commercials might it feature? Here's your chance to help out.
12:00 - 12:25 Skyscraper Show hosted by world reknown architect xxxxx who takes you this week on a guided tour of the Petronas Towers
APA commercial followed by a Celexa ad
12:30 - 1:25 The Test [instruction]This week's episode focuses on how to successfully study for the ethics portion of the AICP exam (show features several agonizing moments when a know-it-all but inarticulate student poses a terribly convoluted and confusing question about 'urban center malls' to the panel of experts during the Q & A segment)
The same damned APA commercial as before followed by an engineering firm ad
1:30 - 1:55 This Old Car [comedy] In this week's episode Zoning Administrator 'Chuck' gets into a dispute with mayor's grandson over the meaning of the word "operable" with regard to a 1965 Ford pickup on blocks in the side yard
Cyburbia commercial, followed by an Excedrin ad
2:00 - 2:25?