As reported in rarely read industry publications, MOJO, the hi-def TV network that launched me into the emails-at-all-hours-of-the-night-from-people-confused-about-the-stock-market-hedge-funds-penny-stocks-and-short-selling stratosphere when I was featured in season 1 of Wall Street Warriors, will be shutting down in a few weeks.
In a post, Mediaweek says:
Mojo HD, the male-skewing high-definition cable network that was launched in 2003 by distributor In Demand Networks, is going dark on Dec. 1.
In a statement released Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 7), In Demand confirmed that it would pull the plug on Mojo, but was otherwise vague about why it had given up on the venture.
“The Mojo HD channel was originally conceived as a way to satisfy consumers’ thirst for pure true high definition programming,” the statement read. “While Mojo HD accomplished this goal, there is a wealth of HD programming now available and thus we have chosen to discontinue the service.”
Translation: HD programming is damn expensive, the economy sucks and our advertisers ain’t paying our bills.
Sad stuff–but if you have no idea what I’m talking about or would like to watch season 1 and 2, we’ve put all the episodes in TIMtv, just click that link and select the channel “WSW.
As I’ve repeatedly said, filming this series was one of the best decisions of my life since it brought to me where I am now, profiting from teaching others to profit….profiting from cutting through all the BS out there…it’s a hugely fulfilling, not to mention lucrative, biz model, thanks MOJO, you will be missed!