The Canadian PressMarch 26, 2014 14:46
WINNIPEG - An Internet sitcom that received more than $200,000 in public funding to help promote the Manitoba capital has not exactly gone viral.
With just over 3,000 views for its most recent episodes, WindCity appears to be less popular than YouTube videos telling Manitobans to brush their teeth or depicting public fist fights.
But the show's creator is confident the audience will grow.
"It's not like an ad in a paper that, you know, is here today and gone tomorrow. This will always exist online," Paul Vieira said Wednesday.