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    Tekzilla

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    Revision3
    Tekzilla is a Revision3 weekly video podcast hosted by Veronica Belmont and Patrick Norton, focusing on technology reviews, news, and viewer questions. Each week the hosts dive into tech news, covering topics like the iPhone, iPad, tech business news and announcements, and software and hardware solutions. Users can submit questions, and the show often has special guests to answer specialized questions that the hosts might not know the answers to. Producer Roger Chang and Garnett Lee are frequent guest hosts. If you want the latest tech news, product reviews and previews, and innovative how-to's, check out Revision3's Tekzilla, and if once a week isn't enough, also check out the Tekzilla Daily Tip for your daily tech fix.moreless
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    FORA Economy

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    Fora TV
    FORA Economy is a web channel from Fora.tv that focuses on anything and everything around the topic of economics. The web casts include a variety of issues of varying complexity, so that both economy buffs and newbies can find something educational. There are up-to-date segments about current economic news for the economy gurus out there, such as The Hoover Institution’s Murdoch sharing his point of view on Paywalls, Print Media, and the iPad. There are basic looks into the basis of economy for the economic amateurs out there, such as HSM Global’s Michael Howe explaining why the customer is the driver of the market as well as why that concept extends to make the customer the driver of the economy at large. Anyone who deals with money, which is almost everyone, can stand to learn about the economy and for any of those who are interested, FORA Economy is a great, easily accessible online resource.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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    Penn Point

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    Penn Point is no ordinary vlog. It's an ongoing virtual conversation about what's going on around us. And now you can get a front row seat to his witty, informative, and prolific points of view! Penn has a point that he wants to make...and you won't want to miss it.moreless
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    Astrology

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    Lifetime
    Astrology is a new web series from Lifetime devoted to using wisdom from the past and stars to unravel the future. Ancient societies understood that through study of the movements of celestial bodies in the heavens, one could discern individual keys to the past, present and clear the clouds for vision of the future. Those properly instructed in ancient lessons from the past can trace the patterns of the celestial bodies in conjunction with one's astrological sign and dates of birth to reveal secrets and aspects of one's personal history, truth, compatibilities, and what twists of fate the future has to offer. Expert astrologers offer guidance and direction for dealing with matters from a general sense to the specific nuances of every day decisions. Whether in matters of love, finance, career, or general guidance for the future, the advice offered by the astrologers of Lifetime's Astrology series is essential for crafting the best possible future for one's self.moreless
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    Movies / Critics' Picks

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    New York Times
    Movies / Critics' Picks is web show based on the exceedingly popular movie reviewers at the New York Times. For years, the New York Times has been one of the most influential voices in film critique and reviews. Now, with their new web show, Movies / Critics' Picks, picks some of their most popular columnists discuss and critique selected films. The web show will feature different columnists each discussing a film they have selected for the episode, each critique will include small plot recap, but will mostly focus on the reviewers overall view of the film. With some of the most experienced and respected film critics, the show will feature advanced analysis and insightful discussion about the films generating the most buzz. With multiple critics and multiple films every episode the variety and breadth of ability is on display, this format will keep you informed about all the newest and hottest movies.moreless
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    Music and Dance

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    New York Times
    Music and Dance is an online video series from The New York Times. The New York Times is well-known as an American daily newspaper, but it has also maintained a strong online presence since 1996. In 2009, the publication introduced Music and Dance to its growing collection of web-exclusive videos. Each video in the series brings new sights and sounds from across the globe to the online viewer. In a short sub series, the paper's chief classical music critic, Anthony Tommasini, explains the importance of Johann Sebastian Bach and attempts to decide the top 10 composers in history. However, Music and Dance isn't restricted to the Classical era or prolific artists. One episode discusses the trend of Communist sponsored music festivals in China, noting the strange shift in the political party's sentiment toward rock music. In another video, The New York Times attends the International Whistlers Convention and talks to the winners and the losers. In such a broad selection of videos, every viewer can expect to find something surprising in Music and Dance.moreless
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    Freakonomics

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    New York Times
    Freakonomics is a documentary film adaptation of the bestselling book by Steven Levine and Stephen Dubner. The film examines the social world by using the rules of economics to somewhat turn the world on its' head. The documentary follows statistical analysis of commonly held ideas on crime statistics, in doing so, offering an alternative reason for falling crime rates, rather than good policing. It then moves on to discuss baby names, and whether the choice a parent makes for their child can affect the rest of the childs' life. Then wandering off a little into a different world, that of Sumo wrestling. Therein exposing a sub-culture of treachery and deceit in the ancient mystic art form that was thought incorruptible. Finally, it looks at how in some school institutions where bribing students to study has affects, some good and some bad. It's pieced together nicely and is broken up into segments which are all directed by different well known documentary film-makers, such as Seth Gordon and Morgan Spurlock. It's a must see for anyone interested in how people in our society are and the different events which have shaped all of our lives.moreless
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    WebBeat.TV

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    WebBeat.TV is a weekly netcast produced and hosted by Pelpina Trip. Pelpina Trip has a bachelor's degree in Electronic News from the University of Texas. In her web show, Pelpina discusses intriguing websites, the ever-growing world of social media, new start-up companies that are popping up, and the week's newest viral videos. Pelpina also shows viewers how to use popular web tools easily. To catch up on everything going on in news this week, check out Pelpina's show.moreless
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    Personal Defense Network

    Personal Defense Network

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    Our goal is simple ? to be the leading destination of high-quality, personal defense video content online and a no-nonsense gathering place for those serious about arming themselves for defense in every aspect of their lives. The Beginning We found there was a need for high-quality personal defense instructional videos, so we searched to find the top instructors and editors to help us produce The Personal Firearm Defense DVD Series. We partnered with Rob Pincus, a personal defense industry leader and owner of I.C.E. Training, to provide instruction on our DVDs as well as act as managing editor for the PersonalDefenseNetwork.com website. Who We Are The Personal Defense Network (PDN) is made up of people like you - conscientious civilians, law enforcement personnel and military operators interested in defending every aspect of their lives. We have hand-picked industry leaders in all facets of personal defense to write for PDN so you will have the all the best that web has to offer at one destination.moreless
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    Brooklyn Review

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    Brooklyn Review is bi-monthly news magazine covering the people, the places, and events of Brooklyn. If there's something happening in Brooklyn, it's happening on Brooklyn Review.Brooklyn Review is a program on Brooklyn Independent Television, a community media program of BRIC Arts|Media|Bklyn and can be seen Mondays and Thursdays at 1pm & 9pm; Fridays at 3pm & 11pm on the BCAT TV Network. Time Warner 56, Cablevision 69, RCN 84 and in all five boroughs on Verizon 44.moreless
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    MSNBC Undercover

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    MSNBC
    MSNBC Undercover is an undercover investigative journalism series from MSNBC.
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    TheTVNews

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    Vimeo
    The ONLY daily video newscast about the TV industry (and the converging new media industry) for the TV industry.
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    Cinemassacre

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    Spike TV
    Cinemassacre is James Rolfe's (The Angry Video Game Nerd) movie review show. Rolfe writes and produces every episode by himself. Through his style, tone, and attention to detail, it's obvious that he is, at his core, a fan. This is a regular guy who loves watching movies. Unlike The Angry Video Game Nerd, in which video games are ripped apart and ridiculed, Cinemassacre is calm, composed, and thoughtful, even when he doesn't like what's happening on the screen. The movies he reviews are not upcoming releases. Most are from the 70's and 80's, which means Rolfe is talking about the films of his childhood. It also means that he has 20+ years of opinions built up. He's going to tell you all about them, and you're going to love it. The amount of insight and comedy he is able to bring to these oft-discussed classics is staggering.moreless
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    Will & Kate: Before Happily Ever After

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    Funny or Die
    Will & Kate: Before Happily Ever After is a parody web show about the royal couple. In this parody, a fake Will and Kate are being interviewed just prior to their nuptials. The interviewer asks the royal pretenders a series of questions about their favorite television shows, music and food. The couple dramatize their answers and declare their love for Justin Bieber. The entire show pokes fun at the royal couple and all the attention that the royal wedding has received from people across the world.moreless
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    Discover & Download LIVE

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    MTV - Music Television
    Live performances, free music and downloads.
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    FORA Technology

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    Fora TV
    FORA Technology is a web channel from Fora.tv that delves into the ever expanding world of technology to provide internet viewers with entertaining, informative, and engaging pod casts about the latest and greatest in technology. Even for those who love and understand technology, it is hard to stay on top of all the trends in the ever changing world of technology. After all, one buys a top-of-the-range computer today and next week it is as outdated as the dinosaurs! Is the social data revolution more efficient than the KGB? What does Commonwealth Club’s Richard Dreyfuss mean when he says that technology has “killed time?” What exactly is Comstock’s renowned “process of innovation?” FORA Technology provides the answers to these questions, and many more, in an easily accessible internet video format that can easily be enjoyed from the comforts of one’s own home, with just a simple click on a mouse pad.moreless
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    Circuits With David Pogue

    Circuits With David Pogue

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    New York Times
    The New York Times' Circuits with David Pogue is the personal technology columnist's weekly video review blog. David Pogue's reviews focus on new and exciting technologies recently released, and his reviews focus mostly on the everyday technology consumer, not the hardcore electronics fan. Known as a prominent Apple journalist, David Pogue is usually given early access to new Macs and Apple releases.moreless
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    Americana

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    VBS.TV
    Americana is an documentary-style web series from Vice Magazine's online television network VBS.TV that focuses on the stories of American lives that go unheard in mainstream media. Taking a break from their usual focus on urban culture, Americana seeks out modern day folk takes across the country. These special interest pieces run from the banal to extraordinary. to the From the legendary recording town of Muscle Shoals, Alabama where Bob Dylan, Otis Redding and the Rolling Stones recorded their music, to the story of Amy Ritchie, a hunter, pianist and nationally recognized taxidermist, Americana sheds light on the quirkier, zanier side of rural America. In efforts to allow the stories to speak for themselves, each episode is presented with minimal narration, allowing the person being profiled the chance to let their story unfold in their own natural, unique way. By crafting the show in this manner, the human spirit of America's way of life is able to come forth unabashed, unadulterated and uncensored.moreless
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    City Guide

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    Babelgum
    City Guide is an online counterpart of Babelgum.com Ð a website that posts videos about all things pop-culture. City Guide allows you to travel the world and see the bustling streets of cities all over the world, without having to pay for an expensive plane ticket. In fact, you don't even have to leave the comfort of your own home. City Guide takes you to places like Rome, Paris, Athens, or London through the use of narrated video content and professionally written editorial articles. Each video gives you a visual breakdown of the coolest must see attractions in each city location. Narrated by a sultry voiced feminine Brit, City Guide never fails to keep your interest. Ever wonder who built the Eiffel Tower? Well, she'll be sure to tell you for each video include historical facts about each recommended activity or landmark. City Guide is a viable alternative for the cost weary traveler or a useful tool for anyone looking to visit a certain city.moreless
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