SPN Network (formerly Sodium Public Network) is a public broadcaster originally founded in 1946 as an early computer network and pioneered the Internet. However, it accessed the airwaves on August 1, 1952 at 6:00 AM airing The Kiddie Corner.
In November 2016, it was announced that it would rebrand into its original name.
After graduating International University in 1945, Isaac Wilder (Yule Goat's alter-ego) wanted to work with computers and revolutionized it. He bought a building with empty space, which was perfect for his new project. Isaac modified a television set and a typewriter to make a video-research-movie-question-answers-public invention. He called the system SPN Network and created two systems. The first system was the free black and white one. The second one was the premium color one, which costed about five pounds per month. It became popular and competitors copied the idea.
On August 1, 1952, Isaac used fragments from an analog television transmitter and placed them inside his invention, hoping it would access the airwaves. At 6:00 AM the same day, SPN Network had launched. The first program the network aired was an episode of The Kiddie Corner.