Bud.TV seems caught between a rock and a hard place. This week Adage published two articles on the new broadband channel: One calling it a walled garden, and another taking...

Bud.TV seems caught between a rock and a hard place. This week Adage published two articles on the new broadband channel: One calling it a "walled garden," and another taking an opposing angle, warning of possible legal action against its ineffective age verification.

Luckily, we were able to obtain a Web2.0 fake ID to sneak in and take some notes:

1) Content Some of the shows were great, and some were obvious fillers. We're not sure they're interesting enough to bring people back after the initial visit. Bud could resolve this by allowing people to subscribe to podcasts. Again, the legal issues arise – the nature of their product prevents Bud from taking advantage of the best features of having their own online media channel.

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