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    Hilah Cooking

    Hilah Cooking

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    Hilah Cooking is an internet series hosted by Austin-based singer/actor/comedian Hilah Johnson. The series is focused on teaching "real people" how to cook (and how to have fun while doing it). Learning how to cook will save you money, make you happy and maybe even get you laid! You won't need a fancy kitchen or hard-to-find ingredients to make any of our featured recipes. Each episode is packed with useful information presented in a fast-paced funny format.moreless
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    One in 8 Million

    One in 8 Million

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    New York Times
    One in 8 Million seeks to capture the spirit of New York by sharing the stories of the citizens that live there. Through pictures and sound, this web show shows their hopes, dreams and problems as they make their way through life in the city. In one episode, Joseph Cotton describes how he is more than just a grandfather; he is a teacher, caretaker and constant support for his daughter's four children. Paul Bockwoldt explains how he stepped outside of his comfort zone to become closer to his brother, joining a gay rugby team as a way of connecting with him. Mary Wong Lee reminisces about the adoption of her daughter, Mebrat, who was malnourished and turned out to be three years older than her size and weight indicated. One in 8 Million, produced by the New York Times, also features stories from the perspective of a teenage mother, a rookie detective, an ex-bank robber and a singing waitress.moreless
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    Neistat Brothers

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    The Neistat Brothers is an online web show that features videos by internationally acclaimed filmmakers Casey Neistat and Van Neistat. Based in New York City, the brothers are best known for their self-titled 2010 HBO series "The Neistat Brothers." The Neistat Brothers YouTube channel videos cover a variety of topics from French toast to Thanksgiving and everything else in between. The brothers often use their own brand of humor to bring levity to benign and serious issues. Some of their best known videos include "iPhone 4's Dirty Secret," a humourous critique of Apple's lack of battery replacements for the iPod, "Bike Thief," a video where the brothers document the ease of stealing bicycles by stealing their own several times and "Bike Lanes," a video whereby Casey Neistat challenges New York City's laws regarding illegal cycling. The Neistat Brothers' YouTube videos have received national and international acclaim and have been featured on many venues.moreless
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    Tunnelvision

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    Pitchfork TV
    Tunnelvision has sticky floors. Odd smells. A little sweat. There are the tiny details that make concert-going a singular experience. And while there's still no way to fully replicate a live show via the internet, a cavalcade of talented filmmakers are currently working hard at turning the unspoken pleasures of live music into something intimate and artful.The new Pitchfork.tv program Tunnelvision rounds up the best videographers chronicling independent music across the country under one banner: from Brooklyn's Ray Concepcion and Chocolate Bobka, to Chicago's Acid Marshmallow, to California's Videothing and Yours Truly, to the bicoastal fctn.tv. Mostly armed with just a single camera and an exacting eye, these guys have an uncanny knack for putting you right in the thick of it.moreless
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    Great Americans

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    beliefnet
    Great Americans is the beliefnet series that takes a look into the stories of outstanding American citizens from all walks of life. See the stories of people who do things big and small that contribute to what America is. These people live by the beliefs that this nation was founded on, serving their country the best they can. The people in the series serve in the military, police and fire departments, border patrol, volunteer organizations and more. We learn about Medal of Honor recipients like Charles Murray, Jack Lucas, and John Finn. Follow along and learn how these veterans honorably served their great country. See the history of America's military women in a touching tribute to their service. Follow along as the Border Patrol Tactical Unit, BORTAC, trains to protect our borders and our citizens. Join in for the inspiring stories of those who have served and continue to serve America on beliefnet's Great Americans.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 Their Boots

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    In Their Boots is a web series about American Soldiers who were stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Tristan Dyer, Kyle Hartnett, Chris Mandia, Victor Manzano and Clint Van Winkle are five United States military veterans giving you a look at issues that face soldiers during and after their military tours. The former soldiers take what they learned during the conflicts and have created films that show you the various problems that start during a soldier's tour of duty and follow them home. The integration back into their everyday lives is no easy feat. Family may not understand the difference that war makes in the lives of their enlisted relatives. Friends of the same age may have different agendas, and the soldiers struggle to find commonality with their former pals. The overseas experiences changes the lives of most soldiers, creating new issues that they struggle with after returning home. The losses that many soldiers experience, makes it difficult for them to move forward from their past. The touching stories show you how difficult it is to change back into an everyday citizen after your tour of duty ends.moreless
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    Put this On

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    Put This On
    Put this On is a fashion and lifestyle web video series hosted by radio personality and contemporary style enthusiast Jesse Thorn, who leads viewers through an examination of the elements that make up good style and offers some ideas for cool new looks that will make you look like a reasonable adult without robbing you of your taste. In each episode of this series, Jesse either talks with an expert in a different area of fashion who reveals some industry secrets about our everyday garments, or he conducts a special interview with an expert on professional appearance to give viewers a better idea of what styles are appropriate for what occasions. In one episode, Jesse takes a look at the coolest American fabric-denim-and figures out if there really is a difference between a $20 pair of generic jeans and a $200 pair of boutique jeans. In another episode, Jesse talks to director Paul Feig, the acclaimed director who is well known for always showing up to work in a suit, who talks about the reasoning behind his choices for professional dress. Put this On is a fun and informative series that's perfect for aspiring fashion fans everywhere.moreless
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    School Of Surf

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    VBS.TV
    School of Surf is a show about two high school surf teams as they compete to go to the Red Bull Riders Cup. One is from Malibu High School, situated in a classic California surf town with perfect waves, sunshine year 'round and a vibrant surf scene. The other is from the OC of the East - Ocean City, New Jersey, with its freezing winters, crowded summers and unpredictable waves. The two towns couldn't be any more different. But the thing the two teams share is the dream of becoming pro surfers and balancing their lives with an obsession with waves. But this isn't another reality show, this is real life. This is School of Surf.moreless
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    Port of San Diego: Port Matters

    Port of San Diego: Port Matters

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    Port of San Diego: Port Matters is a web show discussing different parts of the city's history, interesting culture and happening events. San Diego's Unified Port District was created in 1962, and in 1964 citizens approved a $10.9 million bond to build an air terminal, cargo terminal and other infrastructure. The show's episodes boast interesting, informative takes on some of San Diego's main attractions. Seaport Village, the Fall for the Arts event featuring cultural groups and artists, and the coming of America's Cup World Series are highlighted in some of the episodes. Visitors and residents alike can get the scoop on new developments and exciting projects happening around San Diego, such as the building of a replica of the San Salvador, a 16th century Spanish galleon that arrived in San Diego's harbor back in 1542. Other episodes tell of the new construction to extend the Bayshore Bikeway and the strategic planning forum held by the Port of San Diego to get stakeholders involved in planning and developing the San Diego of the future. This weekly show presents a true taste of the Port of San Diego and has something for everyone.moreless
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    The A.V. Club - Found Footage

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    The Onion AV Club
    The A.V. Club - Found Footage is a collaborative series between The Onion's entertainment department and the Found Footage Festival-a touring comedy event featuring footage collected from people's discarded videos discovered at garage sales and odd jobs. Hosts Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher have been obsessively searching for the most hilarious forgotten VHS tapes since they began holding screenings of their gems while they were still in high school. Now, their Found Footage Festival has become both a celebrated live show and a successful DVD series. In this exclusive series from the A.V. Club, Joe and Nick introduce some of their favorite video clips in a 24-part series, painting a portrait of American life with the dregs of the entertainment industry and once-forgotten home videos. Their videos cover a wide variety of topics, like unintentionally hilarious workplace training videos, to commercial outtakes, to classic topics like home-made pet videos. The A.V. Club - Found Footage is a hilarious series from the people who created the Winnebago Man.moreless
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    California is a Place

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    California is a Place lives and breathes all things Californian. Simply put, California is sensational. And the closer we look the better it gets: words and images, stories and songs, opinions and ideas. This project is ongoing. We hope you like what you see and say so. We plan to post often. So until that day, when we finally float off into the Pacific, California is a place. Stay tuned.moreless
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    Expedition: Blue Planet

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    Expedition: Blue Planet features Alexandra Cousteau and her international Expedition Blue Planet team departing on a 14,500-mile journey across North American to investigate global water issues "in the backyard" of one of the world's leading economies. Living, working and exploring water stories together, Alexandra and her team will use everything from the underwater gear invented by her grandfather to the latest in satellite technology and live social media to bring thrill of adventure and the wonders of nature to audiences across the globe. Through the lens of this expedition, global audiences will have the rare opportunity to join the expedition from an entirely new angle: sitting down with the crew as they discuss the work of the day over meals they've prepared as a traveling "family," experiencing the camaraderie and adventure of solving problems in the field, and experiencing firsthand the thrill of discovering grand places and meeting everyday people in cities and villages along the way. Throughout the journey, the team will explore some of the great water treasures of the region, investigate issues surrounding water conservation, as well as bear witness to stories of people from all walks of life working to solve one of the great challenge of our generation – the global water crisis.moreless
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    Alternate Focus

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    Alternate Focus
    The Alternate Focus organization is an educational media group that was founded by a Jew, Christian and a Muslim. The goal of Alternate Focus is to work towards peace and justice. The media group does this by offering the public media in America a chance to see the other side of Middle Eastern Issues. Alternate Focus has over twenty producers that constantly contribute to every detail of Broadcasting, DVD distribution, and video production. For a long time Alternate Focus has been the main subject of articles in Citybeat and the San Diego Union Tribune. Several independent video producers that work with Alternate Focus make their documentaries available for them will, could, should, etc., e.g. I shouldn't eat so much (if you are using this word as an adjective, it is probably fine). Another possibility would be to use of form of be or have, e.g.: This cannot be used by children.">to broadcast. Alternate Focus web shows cover current issues in the Middle East, and gives the people a chance to share their beliefs, opinions and solutions to a variety of topics. One episode features Dr. Ibrahim Soudy while he discusses New Anti-Semitism. Another episode documentaries the freedom march in Cario. Others reveal raw and real footage "Silent Screams" shows the impact of U.S. drone attacks. Alternate Focus continues to broadcast the struggle for peace in the Middle East to give the world an Alternate view of the region.moreless
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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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    Two Guys Around The World

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    Two Guys Around The World
    Two Guys Around the World, a reality webisode series, follows the adventures of Sam Powers and William Reinhard as they discover if it's possible to travel the world for an entire year with a budget of only ten thousand dollars. Each episode highlights a unique location and experience as part of their travels. Cambodia, Guatemala, Italy, Vietnam, Thailand, Chile, Argentina, Switzerland, Germany, England, New Zealand, and Iceland are just a few of the countries that the intrepid explorers discovered in their videoed adventures. Each of the travelers experience fatigue in both the physical and emotional sense, and ultimately William has to go home early to make more money. Sam finishes his journey and heads back home to Kentucky, where he is met with a cameraman from a local TV station. With multiple blog posts from each of the countries visited, one can easily to follow the maturation of each of the travelers as they learn and grow from new experiences. While the intention was to have a video blog from each of the visited countries, most of the videos are at the beginning of the trip, with only a few sparsely narrating the end of the yearlong expedition.moreless
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    Seduce Me

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    SundanceTV
    Seduce Me is a Sundance Channel original web series of short informative videos that deal with the seduction rituals of creatures. Written and starring Isabella Rossellini, these five two-minute docu-shorts have Isabella portraying each creature in their native habitat re-creating the what, how and why behind some of these rituals that precede the mating process. Watch the stabbing penetration habits of bedbugs, the intertwining reproductive habits of snakes, and the sneaky sexual habits of Cuttlefish. In the same format as the multiple Webby Award-winning series, Green Porno, Seduce Me is extremely informative because Isabella Rossellini not only tells you, she shows you how all this is possible.moreless
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    Monocle Culture

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    Monocle
    Monocle Culture mixes fashion, culture and design with a bit of international affairs and transports it into the monitors of viewers through a lifestyle-magazine vblog. The publishers of Canada's Monocle magazine try to "keep an eye on the world," sending their reporters and cameras around the globe to video log style and cultural events. There is a focus on world music in this series, as in one clip that recaps the highlights of the annual Swiss Paelo festival. Reporters also head to Venice, Italy to check out the city's contemporary art scene. Chicago appears in the video blog, presenting Monocle Culture audiences with a day-in-the-life of city journalist Rick Kogan who talks in-depth about the windy city's society. Viewers can also find fashion briefings in the Monocle Culture log when reporters post the hot new designs hitting the runways across the globe. The magazine's media team vlogs popular music and film gatherings as well, when they head out to the Sundance film festival and Montreux jazz festival. The web show does not leave out controversial blogs, such as the reports on censorship in China and the isolation of women's fashion in the Arab world.moreless
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    Secret Life of Scientists & Engineers

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    PBS
    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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    New York on the Clock

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    New York on the Clock is a documentary web series that follows random New Yorkers on the job for one day. The web show strives to give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the diversity of jobs found in a metropolis environment. Typically, the jobs featured are not jobs found in small communities and usually unique to big cities. Some of the careers featured are gourmet chef, noodle maker, fashion designer, dog walker and breeder, blacksmith, professional dancer, hand model, distance education learner, professional tattoo artist, semi-professional baseball pitcher and a fantasy gourmet baker. The documentary highlights the highs and lows of each profession, including biographies of the workers that includes their hobbies and how they landed the current job. Through the documentary, viewers can see how these random professions work together to make a big city successful. If these particular jobs didn't exist there would be gaps in the need fulfillment of its citizens.moreless
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