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    Knight Foundation

    Knight Foundation

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    We advance journalism in the digital age and invest in the vitality of communities where the Knight brothers owned newspapers. We focus on projects that promote informed, engaged communities and lead to transformational change.moreless
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    Amoeba Music Live Performances

    Amoeba Music Live Performances

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    Amoeba Music
    Amoeba Music Live Performances are videos of live sets at one of three locations of Amoeba Music, the famed California independent record stores. Amoeba stores are peculiar for their large size, much larger than most indie music hot spots. The chain began in Berkeley, California in 1990, and went on to open locations in San Francisco and Hollywood. In addition to boasting a huge selection of CDs, records, tapes, and DVD's, the stores have some venue space where musicians can perform live shows. These shows are now filmed and made available on-line through amoeba.com. Past episodes have featured sets by The Go! Team, Elvis Costello, Mandy Moore, Conor Oberst & The Mystic Valley Band, Band of Horses, and Aimee Mann. Other performers, like comedian Patton Oswalt, have even stopped by for gigs at one of the iconic stores. Amoeba Music Live Performances bring you exclusive sets from new and classic acts, live from the record shops that are more than just a place to buy records.moreless
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    NCTV

    NCTV

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    NCTV is a public broadcast web show that provides audiences with videos on education and city government issues. City owned, Newington Community Television, logs news and information coming out of city hall for the New England area. Viewers can watch programs like the Newington, Connecticut mayor's debate or the Newington Town Plan and Zoning Commission report. There is also a talk show logged in the series, where council members, candidates and mayors show up to boost their agendas. Audiences can even find sessions of town council meetings among the clips in the web series.moreless
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    Surf Chronicles

    Surf Chronicles

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    Red Bull
    Surf Chronicles is the Red Bull web series that features some of the best surfers in the world as they ride some of the world's best waves along the ASP World Tour. The Association of Surfing Professionals or ASP was formed in 1982, and organizes professional surfing circuits and protects the interests of the athletes involved. The earliest world titles began in 1964 in Sydney, and since the ASP has governed six professional surfing circuits including the World Championship Tour which they renamed the ASP World Tour in 2007. In Surf Chronicles, presented by energy drink Red Bull,we join some of the best riders from around the world as they surf the best spots in the world, competing to take home the ASP title. Viewers ride along as pros like Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning, Andy Irons, Taj Burrow, Joel Parkinson, and Jordy Smith take on tour stops like the Gold Coast of Australia, Bells Beach, Brazil, Jeffrey's Bay and more. Hear from the pros about their training, competition and much more, while seeing some of the best surfing in the world. Tune in with Red Bull for an exclusive look behind the tour in Surf Chronicles.moreless
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    iFanboy

    iFanboy

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    Revision3
    iFanboy is a weekly video and audio pod cast from Revision3, starring Josh Flanagan, Conor Kilpatrick, and Ron Richards in its discussions of comic books, comic book publishing, and comic book creators. In the audio pod casts, the three self-proclaimed ‘iFanboys’ discuss the best comic books that they have read in the preceding week, as well as answer audience questions that have been phoned in or emailed in. In the video pod casts, the three iFanboys choose a theme and then discuss comic books that are related to that theme, host casual interviews with comic book creators, attend Comic Conventions, answer further viewer questions, and just chat about comics in general. The three have great onset chemistry and are super-fans, which makes for an entertaining show. iFanboy is the ultimate comic book fan resource, so for all the comic book fans and Marvel addicts out there, iFanboy is not to be missed!moreless
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    The Tower

    The Tower

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    The Tower is the documentary series which tells the history of the 900 year old Tower of London. Also known as Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress, the historic tower was built in 1078, on the north bank of the River Thames. The castle was built by William the Conqueror, and became a symbol of oppression, showing the power of the new rule in London. The architectural wonder has been a royal residence, a prison, an armoury, treasury and much more over the history. Playing a prominent role in English history, the Tower has been besieged numerous times, as controlling it was key to controlling the country as a whole. The Tower is surrounded by defensive walls and a moat, and was used to hold famous figures who fell into disgrace, like Elizabeth I. This series explores the structure and it's history, revealing dark secrets like executions of the royal and even the innocent. Through reenactments, interviews, and animation, viewers can take a trip through time to see the storied history of this landmark in The Tower.moreless
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    Noisey

    Noisey

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    VBS.TV
    Noisey is the greatest resource for music discovery in today's media-centric world. With so many new musical acts and so many new avenues to explore, a lot of great music can get lost in the shuffle. Noisey is here to help prevent that from happening. Featuring videos of emerging artists from all over the world, this video-driven service is sure to aid you in your journey through the auditory universe of modern music. Under the hood, technology leaders like Dell and Intel power Noisey, which allows for a unique and rewarding user experience. Get up close and personal with the musicians like never before. Without Noisey, you'd better be ready to travel across the globe, buying countless tickets to get this kind of exposure. Whether you are looking for acts you want to know more about, or are looking for a new band that sounds like someone you're already familiar with, Noisey is your source for what is new and upcoming in today's crowded music world.moreless
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    In The Fight

    In The Fight

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    In the Fight is a documentary web show about the men and women on the frontlines. The information in this web show comes directly from the U.S. and NATO service members that are currently deployed around the world. The program lasts about half an hour and allows viewers the opportunity to see the world as these service people see it everyday. The show offers interviews and first hand accounts of these people's experiences on the frontlines.moreless
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    Indy Mogul - Beyond the Trailer

    Indy Mogul - Beyond the Trailer

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    Indy Mogul
    Indy Mogul - Beyond the Trailer is a web original series from Next New Networks, hosted by Grace Randolph. The show , and is a mixture of reviews, previews, and box office analysis. Typically, two kinds of episodes are produced and uploaded on a weekly basis. Review episodes and "Movie Math" episodes. Review episodes begin with an introduction of the week's featured movie, followed by excerpts from the trailer. Grace Randolph then offers up an any relevant thoughts that are related to the cast, crew, and marketing of the film. The latter part of the review episodes take place at a local multiplex. A selection of audience members are interviewed by Randolph soon after seeing that weeks new release, and a final tally is given based on the average of their numerical scores. "Movie Math" episodes focus more on box office numbers and current trends in the business. Indy Mogul - Beyond the Trailer began in 2008.moreless
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    Ski the Himalayas

    Ski the Himalayas

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    Ski the Himalayas, from Godu Productions, is a multi-season online adventure documentary that aims to give viewers a glimpse into life exploring the unspoiled heights of the Earth's most massive mountains. Each spring, adventurer Ben Clark and filmmaker Jon Miller set out with a team on a high altitude expedition to a new Himalayan destination. They document their experiences over a series of video episodes which showcase the mountainous terrain, explore cultural movements in the surrounding regions and include unique perspectives from the team. Interviews with local people are also included in the footage to provide an insight into modern-day life in some of the towns in the Himalayan region. Highlights include Clark's expeditions to ski 23,390''' Baruntse, Miller exploring the east face of Everest in Tibet and the team enduring a challenging long distance climb up rocky terrain in stifling humidity and skiing down a mountainous descent for the first time.moreless
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    The Perennial Plate

    The Perennial Plate

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    The Perennial Plate is a series that promotes Daniel Klein's passions of food, filmmaking and activism. After learning to cook at his mother's bed and breakfast, Daniel went on to work and train at many of the world's top restaurants. His culinary education brought him to Spain, France, England, India and New York, where he has worked and trained at top Michelin starred restaurants including The Fat Duck (Heston Blumenthal), St. John (Fergus Henderson), Mugaritz (Andoni Luis Aduriz), Bouchon (Thomas Keller), Applewood (David Shea) and Craft (Tom Collichio). After graduating from NYU, Daniel also pursued a career in film. He has directed, filmed, edited and produced projects on various issues including the development industry in Africa and oil politics. Daniel's most recent film "What are we doing here?" has aired on TV, in theaters and at numerous festivals around the world.moreless
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    In Coldest Blood

    In Coldest Blood

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    In Coldest Blood is the chilling video documentary telling the story of the murder of 16 year old Cassie Jo Stoddart. Stoddart attended Pocatello High School in Portatello, Idaho and was brutally stabbed and killed by Brian Draper and Torey Adamcik who were her classmates from school. Aside from the murder itself, the most unsettling detail of the crime is the fact that the two boys captured on video their planning sessions for committing the murder along with their pleasure at following through on their deadly plot. The documentary was produced and aired on MSNBC in 2010 and uses courtroom footage interspersed with actual video recorded footage of the two murders as they spoke in detail about their plot to kill not only Stoddard, but her boyfriend. The documentary also includes interviews with the victim's mother, police detectives, and the prosecutor sharing their perspectives on the crime. The documentary follows the two perpetrator's trials as they were both tried as adults for their crimes and culminates with their trial's ultimate outcomes.moreless
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    Green Living Project

    Green Living Project

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    Green Living Project is an online program at www.greenlivingproject.com . Through articles, photographs, and videos that stream online, Green Living Project shares stories of unique and diverse examples of sustainability from around the world. Through this, Green Living Project hopes to educate the public about what can be done to help the environment and also inspire as many as possible to adopt more sustainable practices, so that our society at large may move towards the environmentally-friendly ideal of green living. The individual projects that Green Living Project documents vary from preservation efforts in South Africa to protect the Cape leopard, an â€moreless
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    Secret Life of Scientists & Engineers

    Secret Life of Scientists & Engineers

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    The Secret Life of Scientists & Engineers from PBS is a fascinating and engaging look into the lives and minds of today's top scientists and engineers. It is a regular Who's Who of technical geniuses. Dr. Michio Kaku is just one of many who share their secret life with the viewer. The shows all feature two segments: 10 Questions and 30 Second Science. Each scientist answers 10 questions, and later in the show each one gives a 30 second breakdown of what their career in science is really all about. Of course, there is also the secret. Each scientist has a unique hidden talent from being a figure skater, glider pilot, to being an elephant band conductor. Laura Willcox, the associate producer, of the series gets hands on instruction from each one of the scientists. This series is about science and engineering but they go about it in a way that is both fun and entertaining.moreless
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    Lakeville Government TV

    Lakeville Government TV

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    Lakeville Government TV is a web series that is aimed at residents of Lakeville, Minnesota. The web series features videos that range from council wrap ups to updates from the Lakeville Police Department, focusing on news items or city business that matters to local residents. Lakeville Government TV keeps everyone on the same page about budget cuts, public safety and more. The series includes videos created by the local government for kids, addressing issues such as bullying.moreless
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    Cooking Up A Story

    Cooking Up A Story

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    Cooking Up a Story
    Cooking Up A Story (CUpS) offers a variety of short form video programming that examines our food system, up close and personal. CUpS brings you unique documentary stories about farmers and ranchers, food artisans, and others whose lives center around sustainable food and agriculture. In addition, we offer interviews with experts on the science, politics and culture of food; how to information from leading farmers and backyard gardeners; cooking demonstrations; and time tested, family tested, recipes, along with a host of other video content and leading edge agricultural information. From the farm to the table, we hope you will join us on the journey to create a sustainable and prosperous food system.moreless
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    Documentary Film

    Documentary Film

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    A place for Vimeo's documentaries including full documentaries, single chapters, or extended trailers, over 3 minutes in length.
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    Jake Lodwick

    Jake Lodwick

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    Videos uploaded to Vimeo by Jake Lodwick
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    Pure Pwnage

    Pure Pwnage

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    Duopoly (ended 2010)
    This show follows Jeremy (played by Jarett Cale), a Canadian self-proclaimed "pro gamer", his friend Doug who is addicted to FPS games, October, an employee of the Mouse & Pad, an internet cafe that Jeremy and Doug frequently visit. It's all shown from the perspective of Kyle, Jeremy's brother, who's recordid his brother in his everyday game activities.moreless
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    The Vice Guide To Travel

    The Vice Guide To Travel

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    The Vice Guide to Travel is a web series from VBS, the online television arm of Vice Magazine, which sends journalists and filmmakers to some of the weirdest and most dangerous places in the world like Liberia, Chernobyl, North Korea and Pakistan. The correspondents don't make anything easy or safe; they consistently try to find the most elusive characters to get the real story of these exotic locales. The correspondents are looking for adventure in these pieces, but they are also looking to inform. There is a definite journalistic angle to each episode, as they make sure to give background on the place to help the viewer better understand how the area came to be as it is. Vice says they go to these far-flung locales "so that you never, ever have to go for yourself as long as you live. We took cameras so that we could prove that we went." This attitude of finding places no one would want to go and getting as deep as possible into it pervades each episode. The Vice Guide to Travel DVD was also released with new locales and appearances by Spike Jonze, David Cross and Johnny Knoxville.moreless
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