Traditional media outlets are top contenders. So are nonprofit organizations, especially those whose funding has been slashed. WYOU is both of these things: a nonprofit, community-access TV station that nearly vanished following the passage of the Video Competition Act in 2007.
The legislation released cable companies from a longstanding requirement to fund and broadcast public, educational and government (PEG) channels.
Within three years, the 37-year-old station lost all of its paid employees and roughly 80% of its funding, about $140,000 per year.
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