David Silverman, President of American Atheists, says the group will soon premiere an "all atheists" channel, which should be available via Roku, the streaming player, fairly soon. Mr. Silverman says the group will obtain content from various sources, including AA (that's American Atheists, not Alcoholics Anonymous) conventions, and third parties. He says the channel will be called (no surprise) Atheist TV. Well, it should be listed first, or at least right up there, on the list of options on the channel finder. More about Roku here. I have one, and like it a lot, except for the remote, which is tiny, and easy to misplace. And my cat tends to lie on top of it at inopportune moments, or maybe he thinks I watch too many 60s sitcoms. "Stop staring at the stoopid box! My toona! Get my toona nooow!!!!".
Now, I've often played with the idea of creating hypos for a question on one of my exams that would include a channel like Atheist TV, and then letting fly with all sorts of fact patterns and issues. I didn't think it would happen (like magic) in real life. As Mark Twain famously said about the weather (in New England) in another context (completely), "Just wait a minute."
No, it's not under my beret. Silly hooman.