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    Why It Crackles

    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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    TimesCast

    TimesCast

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    TimesCast gives you a look inside The New York Times newsroom, the stories that are making the headlines, and how editorial decisions are made. The show is broken down into daily segments, specifically highlighting the most important and most popular stories of the day. Whether it's local, national, or international news, The New York Times newspaper has it covered, and you are given a chance to see how it all works in their exclusive show TimesCast.moreless
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    Mayor at the Movies with Ed Koch

    Mayor at the Movies with Ed Koch

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    Mayor at the Movies with Ed Koch is a web show reviewing the latest in major motion pictures and independent film. Hosted by Ed Koch, former United States Congressman and mayor of New York City, this web show delivers video reviews of recently released films that are conveniently categorized by genre and searchable by the stars and topics of each movie. With an expansive number of genres, and many domestic and foreign films reviewed, this web show delivers content relevant to all visitors regardless of their personal tastes in cinema. Based in New York City, this web show capitalizes on the metropolitan theatrical scene, exploring a sophisticated selection of popular and lesser-known films. Presented in a simple but visually appealing format, Mayor at the Movies with Ed Koch delivers informative reviews of current films, addressing movies with a diverse array of themes, and topics covering the entire landscape of modern filmmaking.moreless
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    Deadliest Warrior - The Aftermath

    Deadliest Warrior - The Aftermath

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    Spike TV
    Deadliest Warrior - The Aftermath is a documentary fighting TV series developed by Spike that has host and expert Kieron Elliot discussing with other experts and notable authorities on the unanswered questions and arguments made by fans. Deadliest Warrior is a series that determines which style of warriors, whether historical or modern, and their typical weapons would be considered the deadliest in a battle to the death. Apaches, Gladiators, Vikings, Samurais, and a number of other warriors compare and contrast their short, mid, long, and special weapons while using some of the best world-class fighters and experts with the help of the latest CGI technology in order to provide an insight into how the fighting style worked with a concluding head-to-head fight. Deadliest Warrior - The Aftermath is your chance to listen to weapons experts and cast members giving a behind-the-scene look as they argue over the raw data gained throughout the episode.moreless
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    Commercial Break

    Commercial Break

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    theStream.tv
    Commercial Break showcases the commercial advertising world and its actors in a humorous video log. The producers at TheSteramTv web studios create this web series by taking actors who became famous from representing corporate America and having them do a 30-second humorous and fictitious advertisement spot. Viewers can watch their favorite Volkswagen actor, Andrew Burlinson, do an alternative transportation commercial. Stacy Hall from the General Mill's healthy Cheerios commercials, promotes a high-cholesterol fast food product. The Commercial Break web series also interviews famous film stars who started their career doing commercials. Kimberly Irion sits down for an interview with TheSteramTv to talk about her rise from seventeen different commercials to being the co-star on popular TV sitcom "Monk." FreeCredit.com's Eric Violette, takes some time off his TV and web commercials to video log his advice on how someone can get famous just by doing commercial advertisements. The series also documents the rise other commercial personalities, showing the actors before and after their rise to success.moreless
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    Phil Varone: Master Debater

    Phil Varone: Master Debater

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    Phil Varone: Master Debater is an online web series on the Stream Channel. The host, Phil Varone, is an accomplished drummer and former member of the rock bands Saigon Kick and Skid Row. After a long and successful run in the music industry, Varone opted to pursue his dream of acting and comedy, which led him to host this new, cutting edge show. The show, which is streamed live, consists of Phil Varone hosting a panel of guests to debate current issues such as politics, immigration, pop culture, religion and entertainment in front of a live audience. Some of his celebrity panelists include Adam Beach, Bret Ernst, Alison Weber, Leif Garrett, Jennifer Geminez, Matt Kramer, Jeff Burghart and Skippy Greene. Along with a live studio audience, there is also an interactive chat which is moderated by Rocky Nash. Panelists also answer questions from fans who participate in the chat room.moreless
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    The Real Cool Club

    The Real Cool Club

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    The Real Cool Club is a live web variety show where the hosts, Ethan Newberry and Lindsay Harbert, interact with the audience. The Real Cool Club's viewers can chat with the hosts and other cast members by logging into a chat room. At times, the hosts fulfill requests from their viewers. Some requests include chugging microbrew beer and eating four tins of sardines, juice and all. The entire crew is part of the show and the director and production assistants maintain a regular onscreen presence. With the show's loose format, most of the hosts' dialogue is ad-libbed with liberal amounts of cursing and beer drinking mixed in. In fact, Ethan will leave the set to grab another beer when they finish their bottle. The hosts' comedy revolves around computer and internet culture, and their guests are regularly fellow stars of the internet. With the adventurous attitude of the hosts and their willingness to try anything, viewers should be ready for anything to happen on The Real Cool Club.moreless
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    The Weakly News

    The Weakly News

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    The Weakly News is a web show in which Last Comic Standing's Iliza Shlesinger plays anchorperson in a humorous mash-up of The Daily Show and Saturday Night Live's Weekend Edition. In a news show format, the show presents both mainstream and bizarre news stories accompanied by a lot of commentary. The show also features Alexis Archer as co-anchor and Brian Gramo as the producer who chimes in from behind the scenes. Unlike other parody news shows, The Weakly News is streamed live and appears to be completely unscripted. After presenting news stories, the three stars engage in an improvised commentary which sometimes goes off in a completely unrelated direction. Each episode is approximately 25 minutes long, and features creative segments such as 'Who Needs to be Shot,' where the hosts discuss newsmakers who are really making the world a bad place, 'Wolf Corner,' a type of charades game where the hosts tell a news story pretending to be wolves, and '15 Minutes of Blame', an angry rant by the host.moreless
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    Monocle Business

    Monocle Business

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    Monocle
    Monocle Business is a lifestyle and business web show that features the latest in international news. Videos offer a global perspective on technology, international affairs, auto shows, aircraft and technology. Web show content includes films, documentaries and a daily news column called the Monocolumn, which is an opinion column about the latest pop culture issues. News reports include topical features about international events including Bologna, Italy's University of Gelato, the annual New York Auto Show and the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany. There is also a series of business briefings about one of Europe's largest trade shows; the best dining establishments in Lisbon; Iran's blooming economy and Tibet Airlines. The Monocle Summer Series, hosted by Andrew Tuck, Tyler Brule, Rob Bound and Penny Martin, features special weekly guests throughout the summer. The show also brings together live music and videos from some of the hottest bands in the industry.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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    TimesTalks

    TimesTalks

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    New York Times
    TimesTalks is the series of conversational meetings produced by New York Times. Journalists and editors of NYT like David Carr, Charles McGrath, Megan Liberman, David Leonhardt and many others host discussions at The Times Center, in front of live public. TimesTalks past shows include conversational meetings with celebrities from cinema, as the famous actor Samuel L. Jackson, the former-actor and now director Clint Eastwood, including a rendezvous with the South African actress Charlize Theron, who has been interviewed right after she took part in "Young Adults". TimesTalks is not all about cinema though, many other personalities have already taken part into the show: it's the case of the acclaimed author of cookbooks and restaurateur Guy Fieri, or Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic speak Roger Ebert. TimesTalks is a show unique in its genre, both for the chance for the public to take part in the conversation and the caliber of celebrities taking part in the conversation.moreless
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    Health: Well

    Health: Well

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    New York Times
    Health: Well reports health news to viewers in a video log. The New York Times sends their reporters and cameras across the globe to capture news and information from doctors, experts, researchers and everyday citizens working to better the lives of people. One clip introduces viewers with the best ways in coping with the highly curable prostate cancer. The NY Times also covers obesity in the vlog, documenting the 100-pound weight loss of famous opera singer Cindy Sasler. The Health: Well web show brings gym class to viewers at home as well, where audiences can do a indo-board workout or samurai-sword workout in the comfort of their own home. Health care and doctors also play in this web series when NY Times reporters meet up with Dr. Ronald Sroka, who explains to viewers why changes in the health care system prevent him from expanding his practice. Audiences tuning-in can find other health information in the web show with clips like lowering cholesterol, dealing with trauma and helping seniors stay healthy.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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    The Onion News Network's Best Ofs

    The Onion News Network's Best Ofs

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    The Onion News Network's Best Ofs is a series of best-of compilations from the Onion News Network. The Onion originally started as an American news satire organization and swept the nation with its overwhelmingly funny articles. The Onion then went to the internet and began recording videos. The Onion's articles and videos comment on both real and fictional current events and have spurned popular videos like the "Ninja Parade" and "Multiple Stab Wounds May Be Harmful to Monkeys". They often play with everyday news phrases and create a satirical article like, "Drugs Win Drug War." The Best Ofs series is a just a hilarious way to stay up to date on their personal Best Ofs. Topics range from The Best of God, which is quite hilarious, to Best of Group Winners. Essentially they compile what they believe to be the best of a certain subject matter and then add their own satirical twist to the comments. The Onion truly stands as a great way to enjoy news, whether it is fictitious or not.moreless
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    Future: News from the Year 2137

    Future: News from the Year 2137

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    The Onion
    Future: News from the Year 2137 from The Onion, the parody online website, is a future view of what the news will be like around the world in the year 2137. Using special satellite technology called "worm-hole", The Onion is able to report the news before it happens. Future: News from the Year 2137 from The Onion is a twelve-minute video of a newscast displaying a future, wrecked America. The movie covers several topics from war to politics to what policies the President of the United States has at the time. The movie is a spoof on modern cable network news reporting. It makes light of the extremes that cable news networks and reporters sometimes take in reporting the daily news. They have primarily used advertising in the past for revenue. The Onion News Network, a company that says it was founded in 1896, has made over 300 parody videos of the major cable news networks.moreless
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    Body Snatchers

    Body Snatchers

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    Body Snatchers is a web segment created by MSNBC that exposes the disturbing trend of stolen body parts that are being sold to medical facilities for profit. Hosted by journalist Tucker Carlson, the show features forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht as an expert guest. This trend came to light when four men in New York were arrested after running a multi-million dollar body snatching operation that dissected bones and tissue from over 1,000 corpses. Because of the fact that this tissue was not tested, recipients faced the additional fear of contracting any diseases that the person may have had. Wecht believes that this event happened largely because some funeral homes do not have their own embalmers. In the case of these men, he explains that they would receive bodies to embalm from as far as Pittsburgh and then forge forms stating that the family gave them consent to take out bones. Carlson and Wecht also discuss whether this will make people think twice before donating their organs, largely due to the fact that there is now a real possibility for the body to be mishandled.moreless
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    The Ointment

    The Ointment

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    The Ointment is a humorous news magazine that focuses on politicians and movie stars. Comedian Steve Tatham hosts the broadcast giving viewers his version of the daily news as it happens. Some of the episodes have the anchorman reporting on which Republican candidate "hearts" him. There are also fake political ads during the show's commercial breaks from candidates like Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Celebrities like Paris Hilton get roasted in the web series after Steve declares her woman of the year. Special guests like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Mike Meyers also appear on Steve's broadcast.moreless
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    World's Funniest & Cleverest Commercials

    World's Funniest & Cleverest Commercials

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    SOFA Entertainment
    World's Funniest and Cleverest Commercials is a web show that features some of the world's all-time greatest commercials. The commercials are from all over the world and some are even in black and white. Advertisers often dump millions of dollars into their advertising campaigns with two things in mind: make us laugh and hopefully make us want to buy their products. While some advertisers fail miserably when attempting humor, others can produce something timeless. This hilarious compilation is bound to make even the most humorless person let out a snicker or two. Some of the commercials are newer while others are decades old and contain images and phrases that have lingered for years. Some of the commercials include Wendy's 1980s campaign featuring Clara Peller belting out the familiar "Where's the Beef?" slogan, the Schweppe's commercial featuring comedian John Cleese and the Coke commercial with Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Mean Joe Greene.moreless
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    Monocle Culture

    Monocle Culture

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    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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    On the Ground with Nicholas D. Kristof

    On the Ground with Nicholas D. Kristof

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    New York Times
    On the Ground with Nicholas D. Kristof is the video series where New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof travels the world to show human rights issues that are happening right now. Kristof is an op-ed columnist, journalist, and author, who has been writing an op-ed column for The New York Times since November 2001, often writing about human rights issues in Asia and Africa. His column has brought to light abuse like human trafficking and the Darfur conflict, showing the issues in the widely read newspaper. He has reported on six continents while traveling to every state and 150 countries. Taking on risks like malaria, war, mobs, and even surviving a plane crash in Africa, Kristof will do anything to get the stories, and he has even been called "the Indiana Jones of our generation of journalists" by The New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin. Now in his video series, he takes the viewer along on his travels to show them just what he is seeing. Venturing to places like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, Liberia to focus on stories, while also giving advice and promotions for people learning journalism. Join Nicholas as he shows the process behind his riveting and effective journalism in On the Ground with Nicholas D. Kristof.moreless
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