Steve - Toosheh is exactly doing the same thing as the initial Outernet tests. Pushing content, under the excuse of being “unfiltered” which is a misnomer, since it is after all curated. There is a finite amount of bandwidth available for pushing things over DVB or any other service. It can’t be randomly whatever and you find whatever you want ad hoc.
Not sure what exactly you expect from a free, broadcast service… To get what “you want” requires some bidirectional interplay. That is attainable through content requests via an alternative means, like email. Like requesting a song from your local radio station.
The Outernet test service on L-Band required about $100 of readily available hardware and your PC. Pretty cheap.
The next iteration will be about the same, according to Syed. Just different method of distribution.
Pretty sure Outernet or Toosheh are not going to become the all-encompassing secret pipeline for clandestine communications for anti-regime or tumultuous societies.