I don't know if this will catch on, but USA Today is going to offer some virtual programming, including a news show called VRtually There. If nothing else, it's a brave attempt to shake things up, although I am not sure I want to feel like I am in the middle of a congressional hearing.
Accessed through either a dedicated page on the USA Today website or via its VR stories app, USA Today owner Gannett Co. Inc. claims that VRtually There will be "the first branded news experience presented in VR.”
Set to begin sometime in spring, the show will have a “true network approach,” and feature segments on a range of topics, including politics, sports, technology and finance. The show’s running time and how often it will air has yet to be decided.TechSpot