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    Orlando LIVE

    Orlando LIVE

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    Izon Orlando
    Orlando LIVE is a local Entertainment show that showcases local music, art, and entertainment.
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    $99 Music Videos

    $99 Music Videos

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    99 Dollar Music Videos
    Next New News brings you the hottest new music videos in rock and indie rock.
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    Fansong

    Fansong

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    TV.com
    Fansong is a series from TV.com that features original music and video based on unfortunate or laughable celebrity quotes. Instead of openly teasing the actions and words of famous TV personalities, the Fansong series calls itself a "musical tribute," taking a new twist to the meaning of parody. It brings imaginative, creative tastes together with short, well-filmed music videos with songs that are on-pitch and melodically composed. Makeup, hair, costumes and set are combined with low-cost but quality effects, and then juxtaposed with TV clips from reality shows or other pertinent video. The result is a well-informed, relevant, eye and ear-catching amusement that is sure to please anyone who has giggled at the drama, overwrought personalities, or comical actions of TV celebrities. Just don't tell the stars -- they thought that what they said was very profound. Sorry, reality TV contestants, but Fansong is having way more fun pretending to take you seriously.moreless
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    In Concert

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    MSN
    MSN In Concert is a series of live shows and performances from acclaimed musical artists distributed through MSN's channel. The live performances can be as short as fifteen minutes and as long as an hour. MSN In Concert includes performances from popular and eclectic artists like Daughtry, Alanis Morissette, Backstreet Boys, and Jack Johnson. Daughtry performs from Ventura, California, Alanis and the Backstreet Boys from London, and Jack Johnson from Hawaii. Each concert presents a full set of songs from each artist, including Alanis' 'Ironic' and the Backstreet Boys' 'Larger Than Life'.MSN In Concert is a series of live shows and performances from acclaimed musical artists distributed through MSN's channel. The live performances can be as short as fifteen minutes and as long as an hour. MSN In Concert includes performances from popular and eclectic artists like Daughtry, Alanis Morissette, Backstreet Boys, and Jack Johnson. Daughtry performs from Ventura, California, Alanis and the Backstreet Boys from London, and Jack Johnson from Hawaii. Each concert presents a full set of songs from each artist, including Alanis' 'Ironic' and 'You Oughta Know', the Backstreet Boys' 'Larger Than Life' and 'Any Other Way', and Jack Johnson's 'Hope'.moreless
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    Dinner with the Band

    Dinner with the Band

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    On Networks
    Dinner with the Band is an original series of the ON network that entertains and teaches by combining a traditional cooking show with a late night talk show style. The host of the show Sam Mason, who is passionate about rock music, is a renowned pastry chef and former owner of Tailor Restaurant in New York City. The format of the show is simple: Sam invites an indie band to his Brooklyn, NY loft, he prepares a meal of the band's favored cuisine and the band plays a song at the end of the show. The recipes are simple enough that the meals could be made when the group is on tour. During the meal preparation, Sam provides impromptu cooking lesson and he engages the band members in casual conversation that reveals glimpses of the life experiences of the band members. The show concludes with a brief performance by the group.moreless
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    KCRW's Cafe LA

    KCRW's Cafe LA

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    KCRW
    KCRW's Cafe LA is an eclectic collection of jazz and international music, with a continuing emphasis on the newest and most amazing Brazilian, European, African and Tropical Latin music. Not content with just offering the best in music KCRW's Cafe LA also features guests in studio, as well as many surprising live performances. The hosting duties are handled excellently by Tom Schnabel who handles guests and performers with a deft hand, prying out the secrets of the world of jazz and international music like no one before. Listening to KCRW's Cafe LA is a true treat that you simply cannot find on any other program. No one else brings you music from around the world like KCRW's Cafe LA. Truly a feast for your ears and mind. So, if you enjoy amazing performances and pitch perfect playlists, there's no need to look any farther than KCRW's Cafe LA hosted by Tom Schnabel.moreless
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    Not MTV

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    Revision3
    Not MTV (a clever acronym for Not Mainstream Typical Videos) is a web-based show for Revision3 that explores the world of independent music. With interviews, music videos and exclusive programs the show introduces the viewer to new artists and music, helping independent musicians gain visibility. For now a partner site serves as the host for the web episodes, but soon they will get their own web site. It will have several more programs, episodes and hundreds of official band videos, but while that doesn't happen, the web episodes follow bands on tour, promote new records, concerts and more. They explore not only Hip Hop, but all branches of independent music such as Electronic and Rock, interviewing DJ's and other musicians to help promote them and different music scenes to the audience. Searching for new stories all across the country, but having a focus on Los Angeles, Not MTV is definitely not your typical music web channel.moreless
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    ThisCityRocks

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    ThisCityRocks
    ThisCityRocks is an informative music show that focuses on new talent in the music industry. Produced by Warwick Patterson, the show features a variety of musical artists from throughout Canada. Some of the artists highlighted in their 13 podcasts are The Manvils, C.R. Avery Band, DJ Champion, Windows '78, Mother Mother, Great Lake Swimmers, Winston, and Hinterland. Host Megan Cole brings her relaxed interviewing style to each 5-7 minute episode, which are all available for free viewing on their website. The show travels to various locations throughout Canada (but focuses on talent in the Vancouver area) to bring its audience fun and informal interviews with up-and-coming artists. The podcast began airing in 2006 and continued through March 2009. Currently, the show is on hiatus while Warwick searches for a new business partner. He anticipates he will be ready to begin filming the show again sometime this year, though exact dates have not yet been given.moreless
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    XLR8R TV

    XLR8R TV

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    Revision3
    XLR8R TV is a weekly web series from progressive underground music magazine XLR8R. The videos get in depth with the artists featured in the print magazine and on their website. The series also follows several of the standards of the magazine, such as the city guides, where XLR8R approved artists take you for a spin around some of their favorite hops in their cities. Several of the videos cover entire scenes that are up and coming, where several related artists are profiled. The magazine's roots are in electronic and dance music, but have expanded to cover such disparate genres as rap, dancehall and indie, and this shift is reflected in the diversity of artists featured in this web series. For music fans on the cutting edge, XLR8R takes you into the lives of some of the hottest artists in the hippest music scenes. The web series airs online at Revision3.com.moreless
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    Owen Benjamin Presents

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    Owen Benjamin Presents is a smash hit series of web-based How To video tutorials that cover topics ranging from "How to Tell Your Friend He Has Bad Breath" to "How to Fake Talent." Some of life's most awkward problems are solved thanks Owen Benjamin's irreverent guidance. Original and hilarious music videos make frequent appearances in the ever-changing series. Some address the touching premise of "I wish" and others explaining the tricky field of dealing with an "Annoying Couple". Whether you want to know how to act cool, cut in line, or just how to get your girlfriend a present for free, Owen Benjamin will cover it all in about three minutes or less. Who says internet videos can't be informative? Don't miss this genius series from Crackle. Watch Owen Benjamin Presents and consider yourself prepared for the tricky social obstacles people face every day in this modern world. After all, all of his other watchers are going to know how to be "The Man" at the next barbecue party.moreless
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    Yacht Rock

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    Channel 101
    Yacht Rock is an original Web series on the popular website Channel 101. J.D. Ryznar and Hunter D. Stair created and star in this fictional retelling of the stories behind some of America's most famous soft rock stars of the 1970s and early 1980s. Comparable to a fictionalized version of VH1's "Behind the Music," Yacht Rock details the sometimes mythical origins behind the songs belonging to artists like Kenny Loggins, Hall and Oates, Michael Jackson, Michael McDonald, and more. The series was created because of Ryznar and Stair's fascination with the collaborative recording careers between bands like Steely Dan, Toto, and the Doobie Brothers. As such, this series parodies the incestuous nature of the soft rock music industry in the late 70s, and satirizes the songwriting process between well-known artists of the time, as well as their relationships with each other. Ever entertaining and always aiming for laughs, Yacht Rock has been going strong on Channel 101 since 2005.moreless
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    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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    Anytime with Bob Kushell

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    Anytime with Bob Kushell is an internet talk show designed to give viewers all the news, music and chats with celebrities they want within only five minutes. Bob Kushell is most famous for writing and producing shows such as The Simpsons and 3rd Rock, but this web show features Bob as a true comedian. The setting for the show is a garage that serves as space for Bob, his guests and the band. His show begins with a quick monologue that puts a comedic spin on several news topics of the day. His Anytime Orchestra is always on hand to back him up and add to the laughs. The next segment is usually a skit, prank or ordinary people with unusual talents. On each show Bob has a one-on-one interview with an A-list celebrity such as Neil Patrick Harris, John Cryer, Christina Applegate, John Stamos, Howie Mandel or Jeff Garlin. This show is created to give viewers everything they love about late-night talk shows in a fraction of the time.moreless
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    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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    Juan's Basement

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    Pitchfork TV
    Juan's Basement is a docu-reality web show that includes music performances and interviews with popular musicians. The show is hosted by Juan, who lives in his parents basement. Juan invites musicians he likes to come play live in his basement. When the band arrives, they play and then Juan interviews them while they hang out. Some of the bands featured on the show include Passion Pit, Vampire Weekend, M83, Black Lips and Blood on the Wall.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

    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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    Lo-Fi Saint Louis

    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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