Sunday, April 6, 2008

Me and Meta Makeover today in TV!

by Yolanda Hirvi
Meta Makeover? Huh?
SLCN (Second Life Cable Network) has joint it's forces with Prim Perfect magazine and created a reality show that is shown every other Sunday at 12 pm SLT. The idea is that in each show, they take a house and make it over by one or more designers - who might tackle a room each, or a floor, or a garden. The designers will be interviewed about why they’ve made the choices that they have - with the delighted (or appalled) owner having a chance to say what they love or loathe about their new home. The show is presented by Editor of Prim Perfect Magazine; Saffia Widdershins.

Saffia Widdershins at the SLCN studio.

Well guess who is the designer in the show today? It's me!
I decorated a fisherman's cottage in Orkney Islands, and boy did I fell in love with those sims! My part with Saffia was taped couple of days ago and today owner of the house Solanghe Sarlo and owner of the Orkney sims Tim Mersereau will be live in the studio. You are welcomed to join to live audience (but please be there at least 15 minutes earlier). And there is also a small gift bag waiting for you. So tp to the SLCN studios in Northpoint and see how the tv-show is done in SL-style!
How to watch SLCN ?
Easiest way is to go to the web page here. You can also watch the old editions of Meta Makeover there. Or you can get your own SLCN tv for free in Second Life visit the SLCN Offices at Northpoint (125, 185, 33). The URL for the stream: .(Notice that if the land is group owned the tv has to be deeded to group).

New releases?
All the stuff I made for Solanghe's house is for sale in Metaversal Arts Shop after the show!

PS Visit Meta Makeover Blog to see how you could get your house made over by top designers of SL !


Khiira said...

Way to go, Yo :-)

Lykkyä tykö and break a leg (those mean Good Luck in Finnish and in English ;-D).

Khiira said...

Really great show!

Khiira said...

Tiedoksi vain kaikille suomalaisille, että tämän aamun (13.4.) Turun Sanomista bongasin jutun Second Lifestä ja sen hyödyntämisestä yliopisto-opiskelussa.
Suora linkki Turun Sanomien artikkeliin