Revision3 is a San Francisco based Internet television network that creates, produces and distributes web television shows on niche topics.

The company name refers to the revisioning of video programming, according to founders Jay Adelson and David Prager. The first revision was cable television, adding general interest channels, catering to the “most common denominator”. The second revision was PC-based Internet video, independent films, no business model, no loyalty, no audience. The third revision or Revision3 is TV and Internet converged. iPods, TiVo, mobile, broadband enable mass, loyal audience to shift to on-demand, niche content.

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History - Revision3 Beta
... In September 2008, Revision3 started Revision3 Beta, a "talent-farming" sub-network of unofficial shows headed by Martin Sargent ... axed due to lack of funds for the shows with no shows being promoted at this time to the full Revision3 lineup ... Some shows are still produced independently and are added to the Revision3 beta website on occasion, but no new shows are being made ...
Jay Adelson - Career - Revision3
... Huard, Keith Harrison and David Prager, founded Revision3 in April 2005 ... Adelson remained CEO and Chairman of the Board of Revision3 for two and a half years, raising two rounds of capital ... Adelson remains Chairman of the Board of Revision3 presently and hosted his own show called Ask Jay which demystifies the start-up process by providing ...