Introducing the New Video Vault

Years ago, when I began using WordPress to power Television Obscurities, I had high hopes for the Video Vault. Television is a visual medium, after all, and people want — and expect — to be able to see videos and lots of them at websites like mine. Reading about television shows or looking at images can only go so far. You really need to be able to see and hear. But until today, the Video Vault was all but useless, nothing more than a simple list of posts including videos. Now, after months of work, it is closer to what I originally envisioned. It isn’t perfect but it is as close as I can get it. I had hoped to launch this back March but it took me far longer to get everything working than I anticipated, not to mention re-encoding more than a hundred videos.

The new Video Vault is an experiment. I don’t know if it will be popular or if people will actually use it. I am sure I will be tweaking things and making changes over the next few days and weeks. And I will be adding more videos, of course.

So please, take some time to try out the new Video Vault. Check it out, look around, watch some videos. I’ve tested it myself but I am sure there are going to be some problems.

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