Politicians and business leaders are to be lined up for a live webcast to thrash out a range of issues vital to the region.
The project is the brainchild of Biz-tv which is run as part of a #3.4 million Advantage West Midlands-funded scheme at Aston University.
Project organiser Joe McConnell said: "We're lining up representatives from a range of our partner organisations. We'd like to see politicians present MPs, MEPs and movers and representative from businesses across the region."
The organisation is in the process of finalising guests and a venue and expects to be able to confirm the event will go ahead in the New Year.
The Biz-tv initiative is celebrating its first anniversary after being set up at the University's Aston Media section under a four-year AWM programme called The Business and Learning Connections Project. That project also funds a second arm, called Learn on TV.
Mr McConnell said a substantial part of the cash invested was ploughed into edit and broadcast facilities as well as upgrading server capability.
Organisers say that in the long-term the project would seek ways to become self-sustaining.
Biz-tv aims to provide a forum by which business can promote their good news.
The operation has targets set by AWM to produce company profile broadcast footage, which goes out to businesses to send to clients as well as being available online at www.biz-tv.net
It is also offers winners of The Birmingham Post's monthly business awards a chance to have their own footage highlighting the work of their individual businesses.
Biz-tv also goes out to cover ceremonies such as the Heart of England Tourism Awards, Creative City Awards and Institute of Directors's Young Director of the Year Awards.
Mr McConnell said: "We are here to give people a chance to promote themselves and to promote good news about the region. We see ourselves as very much a 21st century broadcaster."
Biz-tv encourages companies to network with their customers and sector partners about new initiatives and projects being taken forward across Midlands industry and commerce.
It gives them a chance to highlight themselves via digital TV and via the web.
Biz-tv's sister operation Learn on TV - www.learn ontv.net - offers online support for the region's education and training providers.
A spokesman for AWM said it believed Biz-tv was establishing itself as an important presence for businesses across the region. He said: "It is clear that Biz-tv has already started to make a real name for itself. AWMs' funding is for four years and the signs are that Biz-tv is well on the way to becoming self-sustaining."