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    Delusional Downtown Divas

    Delusional Downtown Divas

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    Delusional Downtown Divas
    Delusional Downtown Divas chronicles the adventures of Oona, Swann, and AgNess, three young women hungry for art-world stardom but comically unaware of how to reach their goal of stylish domination. The DDD's are downtown natives, living in AgNess' father's Tribeca loft. They spend their days smoking pot, changing outfits every few minutes, and plotting about out how to worm their way back into the art world they were raised in-but now they're adult women with professional aspirations, not just kids stealing pretzels from Leo Castelli's gallery kitchen.moreless
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    Adaptive Path

    Adaptive Path

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    Vimeo
    Adaptive Path's mission is to deliver great experiences that improve people's lives, while sharing our advances in the field with our clients, partners, and peers. We measure our success by our contribution to smart, agile organizations that are responsive to their users.moreless
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    Forum Network Lectures

    Forum Network Lectures

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    PBS
    Forum Network Lectures are videos of leading scholars, artists, scientists, politicians, and activists made available for on-line streaming by WGBH, Boston, and PBS. In an effort to expand the boundaries of public knowledge and make advanced education and cutting-edge thought available to anyone interested, this video series allows the lectures of our time's leading thinkers to reach a wider audience than ever before. No topic is deemed unworthy in Forum Network Lectures. In one episode, comparative religion expert Karen Armstrong presents her Case for God. In another, Nguvi Kahiha discusses his experience being black in Germany and explains the Afro-German identity. Folk legend Joan Baez discussed her life as a musician and a social activist in one installment. Joss Whedon, the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly, received the 2009 Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award in Cultural Humanism in one episode, taking the opportunity to share his experiences as an activist and a creator. Forum Network Lectures combine the educational value of a leading lecture series with the accessibility of internet video.moreless
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    Indy Mogul - Backyard FX

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    Indy Mogul
    Indy Mogul - Backyard FX is the online destination for do it yourself filmmakers. Who needs film school when you've got some of the most intuitive "how-to" videos on the web? Join host Zack Finfrock as he shows you the secret of creating a grappling hook gun, just like Batman! Speaking of superheros, how about making your very own mask? To all the aspiring Martin Scorseses out there: now's your chance to move your camera like the master himself. Create dollies, steady cams, and jibs on the cheap. To date, Indy Mogul - Backyard FX has filmed over 200 episodes. About the host: Zack Finfrock became hose of Backyard FX during April 2010. Before the show, Zack worked as a freelance artist and actor in Florida. He is the creator of the web based comic Warbot in Accounting, and is part of the production group Wayside Creations. Zack was nominated for Best Visual Effects in the 2010 Streamy Awards. Indy Mogul - Backyard FX is distributed by Next New Networks.moreless
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    Disposable Film Festival

    Disposable Film Festival

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    Vimeo
    Videos uploaded to Vimeo by Disposable Film Festival
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    Discover & Download LIVE

    Discover & Download LIVE

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    MTV - Music Television
    Live performances, free music and downloads.
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    LaundroMatinee's Video Sessions

    LaundroMatinee's Video Sessions

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    LaundroMatinee
    LaundroMatinee's Video Sessions is a online video series featuring live performances by independent bands and solo artists. Craig "Dodge" Lile and Jeff DuPont lit the fire for the peculiar music site LaundroMatinee.com back in 2006, with audio recordings of various independent bands, starting with their initial capture of a performance from Catfish Haven. Somewhere along the line they enlisted videographer Tim Wilsbach to film the sessions, and from there the project began to take serious shape. The first band to be featured in LaundroMatinee's Video Sessions was Bon Iver, and since putting the show online in 2008, word has spread that Lile and DuPont have a pretty cool little show on their hands. Seeking out original and unique musicians, the sessions showcase talent, and while being mainstream is certainly not at all a requirement, bands like The Dandy Warhols have joined emerging groups like The Young Republic and Ben Sollee to fill out an enigmatic lineup. The site has interviews and blogs that keep users in touch and informed, but the real draw here is the performances. Very special, and very good, LaundroMatinee's Video Sessions are a must see for fans of independent music.moreless
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    MATT RODGERS MEDIA

    MATT RODGERS MEDIA

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    Matt Rodgers Media is a Blip.Tv web show that features videos from Orange County, California director and photographer Matt Rodgers. The high quality videos include everything from commercials, fashion shoots and music videos to extreme sports events. An avid sportsman, Rodgers captures every nuance of his shoots through the use of High Definition. Among Rodgers' most sought after video is the "From the Dirt" series, which features the training of Red Bull FXM star Lance Coury.moreless
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    Scam School

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    Revision3
    Scam School is series from Revision3. Have you ever wanted to learn a new trick? Or a way to cheat the system so that you don't have to pay for something and get away for free? If you have, this show is for you. The title is pretty straight forward and quite indicative of what it's about: scam. Hosted by Brian Brushwood, the show is a short-format series that devotes each episode to teaching good scams. One episode teaches an applicable bar trick, one teaches street con, and others teach how to scam your friends. Brian Bushwood is known for his book'sCheats, Cons, Swindles and Tricks: 57 Ways to Scan a Free Drink's, a lecture he gave called Scams, Sasquatch, and the Supernatural. The show is based off of these books, lectures, and millions of scams. Bar-tricks, puzzles, and scams that Brian picked up in his years of touring are all involved in this series called Scam School.moreless
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    DJsounds

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    DJsounds is a web magazine that takes audiences into the world of electronic music. Pioneer Music Inc. produces this web series by logging interviews from world-famous DJs and by filming electronic music's global events. Audiences can see the highlights of parties like Ibiza's famous Closing raves or BPM, the largest DJ competition in the UK. Interviews from both new and old DJs allow viewers to see a sample of their spinning skills, as they show off the latest DJ equipment hitting the market. Pioneer also highlights their top of the line DJ products throughout the web show.moreless
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    Beautiful Homes & Great Estates

    Beautiful Homes & Great Estates

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    Myspace
    Beautiful Homes & Great Estates showcases properties.
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    From the Basement

    From the Basement

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    From the Basement
    Welcome friends and music lovers. Here lies the website of From the Basement - A sort of music show / labour of love produced by a small group of dedicated individuals. We shoot it all on HD video and the sound is produced by me. The whole emphasis of the show is about being artist friendly and making our bands as comfortable as possible so that they can give great performances without the usual agony of TV promo which everyone has to do but no one seems to enjoy. TV world is a pretty hostile environment for your average musician to have to walk into and bare his soul on cue.. It also doesn't hurt that a lot of the people we've filmed are friends or people we've worked with before so they trust us and know that we understand what recording music is about as well as making good TV. All in all I think it all adds up to something unique and special which I don't feel happening anywhere else in either the music side of mainstream TV or online.moreless
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    The Karaoke Channel

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    The Karaoke Channel
    The Karaoke Channel is an online, mobile, and social karaoke community that focuses on those who enjoy singing and value criticism on their particular skills. For some, it can be a means of escape by letting loose to their favorite song on webcam, and for others a hope at being noticed by a larger media. TKC offers a free trial version to prospecting users with 51 available songs to karaoke, and previews to the other thousands available. Trial members can then upgrade to a paid package, either monthly or annually, which boasts an ad free experience to over thousands of hit songs with thousands of other members. The community is full access to others pages, videos, and presents a rating system to critique performances. Add in the "Party Mode", and get a multi-karaoke performance between a number of other users and friends. At The Karaoke Channel, you can also purchase a "Karaoke Kit" which includes a USB vocal mixer and two dynamic microphones to get the jams kicking as soon as you log on!moreless
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    DANGEROUS MINDS

    DANGEROUS MINDS

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    Vimeo
    DANGEROUS MINDS is a compendium of the new and strange–new ideas, new art forms, new approaches to social issues and new finds from the outer reaches of pop culture. Our editorial policy, such that it is, reflects the interests, whimsies and peculiarities of the individual writers. And sometimes it doesn't. Very often the idea is just "Here's what so and so said, take a look and see what you think." I'll repeat that: We're not necessarily endorsing everything you'll find here, we're merely saying "Here it is." We think human beings are very strange and often totally hilarious. We enjoy weird and inexplicable things very much. We believe things have to change and change swiftly. It's got to be about the common good or it's no good at all. We like to get suggestions of fun/serious things from our good-looking, high IQ readers. We are your favorite distraction.moreless
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    The Paley Center for Media

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    The Paley Center For Media
    The Paley Center for Media, with locations in New York and Los Angeles, leads the discussion about the cultural, creative, and social significance of television, radio, and emerging platforms for the professional community and media-interested public. Drawing upon its curatorial expertise, an international collection, and close relationships with the leaders of the media community, the Paley Center examines the intersections between media and society. The general public can access the collection and participate in programs that explore and celebrate the creativity, the innovations, the personalities, and the leaders who are shaping media. Through the global programs of its Media Council and International Council, the Paley Center also serves as a neutral setting where media professionals can engage in discussion and debate about the evolving media landscape. Previously known as The Museum of Television and Radio, the Paley Center was founded in 1975 by William S. Paley, a pioneering innovator in the industry.moreless
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    The LXD

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    The LXD
    The LXD, short for the Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, is a web series from director John M. Chu about a group of dancers who also serve as a justice league of superheroes, even without traditional supernatural powers. Instead, they possess extraordinary powers of dance, and a mysterious outfit known as the LXD recruits them. There is also the hint of evil in the form of a shadow woven throughout the episodes, suggesting another entity that uses supernatural powers of dance in a bad way. As the story unfolds, it is told not just through dialogue but through extraordinary dance sequences that leave no question about why these dancer's abilities can turn them into superheroes. The actors on the show are relatively unknown except for their experience in the dance and choreography communities, with the notable exception of Harry Shum Jr., who stars as choir member Mike Chang on the hit Fox show Glee. The core group of the show's main characters has done performances opening for the Glee tour, on So You Think You Can Dance, and at The Oscars.moreless
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    Novel Adventures

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    CBS (ended 2008)
    Four Los Angeles women ditch a boring book club to let a little real-life adventure into their lives in this highly-addictive web series.
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    Why It Crackles

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    Why It Crackles from Crackle, a growing entertainment destination of movies, TV shows and original series, is a series of interviews and profiles on how today's top movies are made. The episodes show behind-the-scenes footage of upcoming and newly released movies. Featured interviews discuss these movies with top stars, writers and producers. The focus is on the must-see theatrical releases of the week. Viewers are encouraged to go see these movies with trailers, clips and interviews with the actors, writers and directors. In one episode, Anna Farris, Chris Evan, Joe McHale and others talk about the making of 'What's Your Number'. In another, Jonah Hill, Chris Pratt and Bennett Miller discuss the creation of 'Moneyball'. Simon Pegg, Seth Rogen, Nick Frost and more talk about the formation of Paul, and Zoe Saldana, Michael Vartan and Callum Blue visit about filming Colombiana. Other episodes discuss The Change-Up and Cowboys and Aliens. Why It Crackles tries to capture the spirit of movie-lovers everywhere and give them the news they want to hear.moreless
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    Dance Channel TV

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    Dance Channel TV is a web network that is entirely devoted to all forms of dance. Creator Arsen Serobian began the project after setting a goal to create original programming that would inspire, educate and engage dance companies and supporters. The network does this by featuring a mix of newscasts and human interest stories that give an overview of the latest happenings in the dance world. The website features nine different channels dedicated to specific types of dance ranging from ballroom to tango. Many web features on Dance Channel TV also give fans a better understanding of dance stars who have had a large influence in the entertainment world. One such example would the network's visit with Sarah Lane, a dance soloist in the American Ballet Theatre. While that is impressive enough, Lane is also the infamous understudy to Natalie Portman in the hit, 'Black Swan'. The network talks in-depth with Lane about her career, experience on the set with Portman and future goals. The network has gained large support in the dance community since its debut in 2008 and now boasts over 11,000 subscribers on its YouTube online channel.moreless
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    Black Cab Sessions

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    Black Cab Sessions
    The sessions are all about great music and the venue strips this to its essence. We aren't picky about genre and will happily open the cab door to anyone who blows us away.moreless
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