This morning was supposed to be special: according to Brandweek, today would mark the launch of Code.tv, an online television network aimed towards 25-49-year-old New Yorkers who earn $100K or more (i.e., suits and web entrepreneurs). Featuring aesthetically pleasing hosts, "Code.tv will show viewers new restaurants, nightclubs, and stores in New York and the Hamptons." Think Daily Candy meets Thrillist meets MUG meets YouTube meets migraine headaches.
But like any good party girl, Code.tv is running late:
Think of it as an act of a benevolent God, who hates the Meatpacking District and Ultra.Trance Vol. 5 just as much as you do.