Treet.TV (formerly Second Life Cable Network) is a professional video group based in Melbourne, Australia that produces webcasts and podcasts in and about SL. Their shows can be viewed live in-world, and off-world via the internet.
In March 2007 Treet's pilot program, Texas' Aussie Music Party, broadcast live coverage of 6 bands, with interviews and news to in-world and real-world viewers. With the launch of "That S'Life", Treet began producing weekly scheduled prgramming for virtual broadcast television.
Treet.TV has also covered other notable live events like the SL International Technology Expo organized by the V3 Group in April 2007 and the SL Best Practices in Education conference held in May 2007.
Treet now features eight distinct channels, apart from thier live feed, featuring niche programming such as a shopping channel, an all sports channel, a music channel dedicated to SL performances, and a business channel.
Wiz Nordberg - Treet.TV Owner
Texas Timtam - Executive Producer
Starr Sonic - Executive Producer
Vox Mullen - Executive Producer, Sports
Truman Donaldo - Chief Videographer
Adele Ward - Meet the Author
Benton Wunderlich - Music Academy
Beyers Sellers - Metanomics
Coloradocowboy Manen - MODA Fashion Spotlight
Cybergrrl Oh - Real Biz in SL
Dencur Signals - SLSBA Simboarding
DJ Jenns - Coppa TIM Soccer
duckyfresh Watanabe - That S'Life
Greg Drayman - SLASCAR Racing
Kiboe Munro - SLASCAR Racing
Kymbah Spicer - Meta Makeover
Peggy Hicks - Authors in Your Pocket
MarkTwain White - Sail On
Paisley Beebe - Tonight Live
RacerX Gullwing - Giant Snail Races
Saffia Widdershins - Meta Makeover
Suku Ming - SLASCAR Racing
Yxes Delacroix - SL Shopping
Vox Mullen - SL Hockey
Wiz Nordberg - Giant Snail Races