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    Facetime

    Facetime

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    My Damn Channel
    Facetime is a new web series presented by Puma and aired on the popular video site My Damn Channel. The most popular interests in society; Music and Sports are brought together on this show. Though these two fields do not share any similarities except for their popularity, the show arouses a whole new interest. People get to see their favorite public figures together. Facetime gives a new twist to the interview show. Musicians and athletes interview and try to get to know each other better. This gives the fans the chance to see a whole new side of their favorite athletes or musicians. The show's pilot episode featured footballer Terrell Owens of Dallas Cowboys with musicians Dj Paul and Juicy J, members of hiphop music group Three Six Mafias. They talk about fame and lifestyle to Eva Mendes and many other celebrities. The show promises to bring many more interesting pairings of athletes and musicians in further episodes with much more interesting talks.moreless
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    Music Nights

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    My Damn Channel
    Music Nights is a web show that goes inside different music venues around the country and asks people to reminisce about their favorite musical experience. The host is comedian and star of the web show "Daily Grace," Grace Helbig. She takes the cameras inside some of the hottest music clubs in Los Angeles and New York City including The Viper Room, The Roxy, Piano and The Knitting Factory. She randomly selects club patrons and employees and asks them what their greatest music memory is and what band or song created their love for music. For some, it may have been their first concert, seeing their favorite band live or learning the dance steps to a song. Grace also tags along with the Southern Comfort tour named The SoCo Music Experience Festival, which takes her from San Diego, California, to New Orleans, Louisiana, to Albany, New York. The web show also features clips from several performances on the tour such as Gnarls Barkley, Justice, The Roots and The Black Keys.moreless
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    Faces in the Crowd

    Faces in the Crowd

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    Pitchfork TV
    Faces in the Crowd is a web show that gives ordinary people a chance to ask their favorite musician a question. Viewers tuning in to the web show can watch the Pitchfork media team track down artists for some backstage Q&A. Pitchfork reporters first go into the crowd to film some fans asking questions. Later, they track down the artist and find the answer. Well-known bands like Jane's Addiction and The Hold Steady show up in the video log answering both serious and odd questions from the crowd.moreless
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    In The Studio

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    Pitchfork TV
    In The Studio takes music fans inside the recoding studio to see how some bands go through the creative processes of making a record. Pitchfork media brings their cameras into the recording sessions of some well-known indie bands to capture their unique style of creating music. Producers log the results in a video show that highlights bands like Dinosaur Jr. and Lee 'Scratch' Perry. Each episode focuses on the close working relationship between the sound engineer and the artist.moreless
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    Unwigged & Unplugged

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    My Damn Channel
    Unwigged & Unplugged is a series of videos that feature the members of Spinal Tap, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, and Harry Shearer. These actors/musicians are back without the wigs of the film, "This is Spinal Tap". They are playing as themselves and they are featuring songs from that film, the film "A Mighty Wind" and some new songs. Spinal Tap originally performed in wigs and full-rocker regalia with wild costuming. They started their tour with a performance at the House of Blues in West Hollywood and did a post-concert interview with My Damn Channel's Kurt Loder. This interview and highlights from the performance are part of the footage of one of the episodes.moreless
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    A>D>D

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    Pitchfork TV
    A>D>D from Pitchfork TV is a series of videos documenting different bands and their music. It is analog technology (A) that is edited with digital technology (D) and presented and distributed through the internet using digital technology (D). Using a VHS camera and a simple 4-track recorder, the bands are recorded with analogy technology. Viewers will see and hear the music of bands like Times New Viking, Max Tundra, Crystal Stilts, Ariel Pink and more. They will see bands recorded in different settings like a laundromat in Queens. Viewers can watch Vivian Girls, Ponytail, Japandroids, Sonic Youth and others and hear their music. There are no fancy gimmicks, just simple recordings of the music.moreless
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    Comics On Comics

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    Comics On Comics
    Comics on Comics is a Revision 3 talk show where comedians and comics come together to discuss their artistic work, get to know each other, and generally shoot the breeze with each other. The show is hosed by Juan-Manuel Rocha and takes three comedians and one comic book creator and gives them a variety of topics to discuss in each episode. Topics may vary from comic books, pop culture, or video games. Some of the greatest artists in DC Comics and Marvel Comics have appeared on Comics on Comics, sharing their views on their work, and pop culture in general.moreless
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    Lo-Fi Saint Louis

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    Lo-Fi Saint Louis in an online music and culture series that covers new artists as they travel through St. Louis, MO. Award wining producer Bill Streets heads to America's heartland, teaming up with cameraman Bowls MacLean and sound guru Matt Giant to bring live music and interviews to viewers at home. The series started as a blog in 2008, but since then, it has grown into a 270 episode, bi-weekly web broadcast. Bill shows America how music that travels though St. Lois is different from big-city shows. The Lo-Fi team presents local bands like Kid Congo, live before they started their European Tour. Rock band, Those Darlins, debut their new video clip on Low-FI, and Indy band, The Nevermores, play their last gig in St. Louis before the band's big breakup. Lo-Fi also includes clips of cultural events happening throughout the city. Viewers can watch "Street Boxing at Lemp and Arsenal" or scenes from the "Earthways Festival" without having to leave their home. The Lo-Fi group has renewed their contracts with sponsors in 2011, guaranteeing viewers more music and events until at least the year 2013.moreless
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    DeepRockDrive

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    DeepRockDrive is a revolutionary new music experience that brings together the excitement of live performances with the power of the Internet to allow fans and artists to interact in ways they never dreamed of. Fans help create setlists of songs that will be played, create their own version of the show with an assortment of camera angles and feeds, and beam feedback directly to the stage during the show. It adds up to an unpredictable experience that's more fun for fans and artists alike.moreless
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    VBS Music Specials

    VBS Music Specials

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    VBS.TV
    VBS Music Specials is an assorted collection of videos created by VBS (Vice Broadcasting System) featuring music, bands and live performances. With VBS Music Specials, VBS took all of the videos about music that did not fit into any specific category and collected them in one place. In the collection are a handful of music videos from the controversial punk band Black Lips. Also included in the collection are an assortment of behind the scenes videos documenting the making of music videos from hardcore punk band Off!. Bands such as Against Me, Annihilation Time, Neurosis and Gorgoroth contribute a few recordings of their live performances. A series of videos detail the garage band movement, with one highlight being the last interview with punk front man Jay Reatard before his death. With such a range of videos, music and bands, VBS Music Specials offers a bit of everything for the hardcore music fan.moreless
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    Art Talk

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    VBS.TV
    Art Talk is an online web show seen on the vsb.tv channel and hosted by Sulu'ape Steve Looney. The show features a wide array of artists performing different crafts. Some of the artists profiled in the videos include tattoo artist, Mike Brown, animation genius, Christy Karacas, New York City poet, Vito Acconci, Korean sculpter, Osang Gwon and Painter Leonard Knight. In the videos, the artists reveal who and what inspires them to create, and what role their culture plays in what they do. Looney, who is of Samoan descent and a tattoo artist by trade, outlines the history of Samoan-style tattoos in his own video. He also profiles his own work, which he does by machine rather than with traditional hand tools. The pride he takes in is work and his vision to create is what inspired him to shed light on other artists with the same passion. Most of the artwork featured on Art Talk is unique, non-traditional and edgy.moreless
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    MakingOf: Movies

    MakingOf: Movies

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    MakingOf
    MakingOf: Movies is the web's ultimate destination for movie lovers and movie makers! The latest in trailers, behind-the-scenes interviews and many more are added to the site every day. From the smallest independent films to the biggest summer blockbusters, every genre is covered by MakingOf: Movies. More than just your ordinary entertainment news site, MakingOf: Movies snags interviews with all of the creative and technical players behind a film. This coverage results in an indispensable resource for those wanting inside knowledge on what it takes to get a film made from pre-production all of the way to the finishing touches that take place in the editing room. Screenwriters, producers, editors, costume designers, even stunt choreographers are featured. MakingOf: Movies also features extensive coverage of the year's biggest film festivals. From the Gotham Awards, Tribeca, Cannes, and Sundance, this show is your VIP Pass. MakingOf was founded in 2009 by actress, producer, and director Natalie Portman along with Christine Aylward.moreless
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    Record Club

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    Beck.com
    Record Club is a music project created by the ever-evolving pop musician Beck. The idea being to get a bunch of musicians together and cover one of their favorites albums, start to finish, in one day. The songs are informal and improvisational, the sound of professional musicians having fun with music. Beck is the only member guaranteed to be at each recording session. Some of the artists who have participated are Wilco, St. Vincent, MGMT, Feist, Liars, and Devendra Banhart. They've covered the albums The Velvet Underground and Nico by The Velvet Underground, Songs of Leonard Cohen by Leonard Cohen, Oar by Skip Spence, and Kick by INXS. In order to attain that charming impulsive sound, none of the musicians rehearse anything before they all get together to record. Beck films the recording session for each song and posts them on-line in their entirety.moreless
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    Animate This

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    SlashControl
    Animate This is a collection of animated clips that retell funny or interesting experiences from the lives of several different celebrities. Featured stars include Jennifer Love Hewitt, who tells viewers about her experience performing at a livestock show when she was a young child, and Joe Pantoliano, who describes what it was like to introduce his girlfriend to his mother. Jeff Probst, George Tekai, Phil Keoghan and Tommy Lee also have the opportunity to tell their stories in these short videos.moreless
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    Epidemic

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    theStream.tv
    Epidemic is an online comedy show by Stream TV network. The series began in 2008 and produced sixteen hilarious episodes. The premiere of Epidemic with Saturn and Atari! featured Benn Jordan, aka The Flashbulb. The episodes feature the funniest comedians from around the globe. Kenny Klein hosted an episode and entertains people of any age. He is recognized for his unique style that has been described as "cerebral" and is loved by fans. Kenny has performed in the top clubs in LA, Long Beach, San Francisco, Seattle, Orlando, and even in England and has also won a couple of awards, making this an amazing episode to watch. In another episode actor/comedian Mitch Silpa stops by to do the best David Blaine impression you've ever seen, and tries to avoid catching the Plague from Atari. Another episode features Musical Artist Jack Conte. With so many amazing impressions and skits, it's impossible to stop laughing through each hilarious episode.moreless
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    PixelPerfect

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    Revision3
    Revision's PixelPerfect with Bert Monroy is a how-to guide to everything Photoshop and digital imaging. Hosted by digital artist Bert Monroy, based on his original PixelPerfect podcast. Bert uses a stylus and a digital pad to create works of art, all while teaching you new tips and tricks on using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to their full potential. Bert Monroy is a modern day artist and teacher, as he treats his tools like Monet or Picasso would treat their oil and canvas, and produces very impressive work. He is also very interested in his work as a teacher, passing on his knowledge to those looking to improve their digital art skills.moreless
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    Spärhusen

    Spärhusen

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    Sparhusen is an amusing faux-documentary created by Illeana Douglas about the Swedish experimental pop group Sparhusen: Beirget Kattson, Olf Nystrom, and Gert Forseberg. Shot through the granulated lens and aged film of Mangus Svenka's epic, if unfinished, 'Triumph of Sparhusen” the mockumentary details the band's relationships, both with former Manager, Bjorn Epstein (one of only 3 Swedish Jews), and with famed Swedish record producer Wurst Fierren, (Keanu Reeves). Footage includes the original recording sessions of Sparhusen's landmark album, 'Apples & Fish,' and its equally influential and undeniably catchy single, 'Apples & Fish.' The process is creatively draining for all, especially working with Fierren, who influences the album with extensive use of whale sounds, and the famous 'I give you the fish' role-playing exercises. The documentary concluded just three weeks before the fateful plane crash that stole 'Sweden's almost great bandâ' from us all. As Wurst says so perfectly, 'I think we are done, ya?'moreless
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    Acting School Academy

    Acting School Academy

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    KoldCast TV
    Where people learn to sparkle!
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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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    Craft

    Craft

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    MGM
    Craft goes inside the movie industry and takes an in-depth look at Hollywood's finest. MGM studios profiles some well-known actors and broadcasts them in a web show for movie fans. Each episode focuses on the actor's craft, as producers take a look at what motivates each star. Robert DeNiro sits down with MGM to talk about method acting. Nicolas Cage reveals how relieved he was to have relatives already working in film when he first started acting. The web series also features famous actors like Susan Sarandon, Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep, among others.moreless
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