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    Purple States

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    Purple States is a documentary series that joins five very different people, who have at least one thing in common, that they live in early primary and caucus states. The series aims to find out what issues were on ordinary citizens minds in 2008, sending the five people on the campaign trail to bring up close and personal coverage of the candidates. We join Elizabeth, a 23-year-old Iowa resident and florist; Bert, a New England libertarian who was laid off from his manufacturing job; 33-year-old South Carolina mother and teacher Tamara; gun-toting Florida art gallery owner with Cuban and Puerto Rican roots Tanya; and Alex, a Californian who lives with his Mexican-American son-in-law and grandchildren. The five set out on the trail to ask questions that the public still are looking for answers to. The issues of the next election mirror those of the last, jobs, health care, environment and immigration, and Purple States tries to see where we were and where we have gone since 2008, to try to see what is to come.moreless
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    NBC Learn

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    NBC Learn is a web video series created by NBC in an effort to contribute a valuable and educational new tool to students and teachers around the world by opening up NBC's expansive archive of news footage and classic broadcasts, making over five decades of news information available in high-quality streaming video. NBC has stood at the forefront of American news broadcasting since its inception. As a result, the NBC news archives exist as a comprehensive chronicle of American and world history. These videos allow students around the world to experience history in a more tangible and relatable form by watching the news broadcasts created not as historical documentaries, but as live coverage of the actual events. Among the thousands of illuminating videos in NBC's archives are videos that follow each development in the American civil rights movement, videos that document the 1980s computer chip race, and interviews with classic American artists, writers, politicians, and more.moreless
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    A.V. Talk

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    A.V. Talk is a web video series presented by the Onion's A.V. Club that features entertaining and reliable reviews of all the latest releases from the world of audio-visual entertainment, with intelligent debate about the can't-miss hits and total bombs alike. The A.V. Club arose in the 1990s and quickly became a much-loved and trusted source of alternative film and music criticism that offers reasonable considerations of the biggest films, television shows, and albums that never feel too preachy or forced. For the dedicated consumer looking to take in only the best contemporary entertainment, the AV Club's reviews will make sure you don't spend your hard-earned cash on anything less than excellent (or at least fun). With this web series, some of A.V. Club's greatest minds sit down to share their opinions on all manner of pop culture issues. Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson, Scott Tobias, Nathan Rabin, and more of your trusted commentators give their no-nonsense thoughts on the shows, movies, and music releases that have everybody talking these days.moreless
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    Clean Skies News

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    Clean Skies News is an online network focused exclusively on news and information related to energy and the environment. We broadcast two live news shows daily at 9:00am and 4:00pm Eastern time. Clean Skies also provides coverage of energy events, conferences, and hearings. Please stay tuned to www.CleanSkies.com as we continue to grow and expand our reach. The Clean Skies Network and News organizations are sponsored financially by the American Clean Skies Foundation (http://www.cleanskies.org), a charitable organization with the mission of educating the public about environmental and energy issues, as well as the use of natural gas as part of a sustainable energy future.moreless
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    Foundation

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    Foundation is a television show produced and brought to the air by Revision3 Studios. Host Kevin Rose, an internet business man and entrepreneur, discusses products, conducts interviews, and has a talk-show feel experience on the air. Revision3, an internet web series provider, provides this online television show on iPods, TiVo, and mobile phones, as well as in the original computer-based internet format. Kevin Rose hosts guests on Foundation, such as Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Jeff Smith, the founder of Smode. The Revision3 network focuses mainly on technological and academic topics, and the Foundation TV program is no different. The internet show caters to interests such as computer, technology, and the internet and world wide web. Topics such as computer hacking are discussed, as well as common internet themes and topics pertaining to other types of technology and related interests. Kevin Rose enraptures viewers with various interviews, product reviews, and all around tech talk.moreless
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    SGNL by Sony

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    SGNL by Sony is Sony's in-house show for covering all the hottest emerging Sony hardware and gadgets, software and movies, events and special features. Produced by Revision3 Studios and hosted by Anthony Carboni and Melody Akhtari, SGNL gets early access to the people who make the tech, the users who help make it famous, and everything in between. Looking for the next hot item from Sony? SGNL is unboxing it, right before your eyes! Wondering how your new camera works? Watch the interview with the creative team who pioneered it! Got a question about the next release of the famous Playstation console, or wondering what games are coming out soon? SGNL has the inside scoop, with the latest games out of CES and E3. Full of backstage and behind the scenes footage, SGNL gives viewers the straight truth on upcoming products, the challenges of pioneering new hardware and software, and films in production from the Sony movie studio.moreless
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    On The Street

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    On The Street is the New York Times video series that follows fashion photographer Bill Cunningham as he takes to the streets of New York City to document trends and styles he sees. Bill was on track to get a degree from Harvard University, until he decided to drop out in 1948 and pack his bags for New York City. He got his start in advertising, but soon quit, deciding to change courses again and make his own hat company. After being drafted for a tour in the Army, he returned and became a writer for the Chicago Tribune. As he worked as a writer, he discovered a passion for fashion journalism, and he went on to work at the Tribune and Women's Wear Daily, taking photos of the fashion that he saw in the streets around him. He became famous for his candid and street photography, documenting celebrities and normal people in their lives in New York. Now on The New York Times website, the On The Street video series lets us behind the photos, as Bill shows us the latest trends with his narration. Learn about what inspires the photographer and the stories behind his photos in Bill Cunningham's On The Street.moreless
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    Tech Head

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    Tech Head is a science and technology series that presents entertaining and informative videos all about the latest gadgets and gear that are pushing us into the next century, as well as the exciting future releases that technology enthusiasts should expect to see developing in the coming months. Even for the most die hard of tech fans, it can be challenging to keep up with every new product and news release coming out of the industry. This series offers a comprehensive guide to the current generation of high-tech gadgets. Each episode of this series focuses on a particular niche in the technology industry, offering in-depth analysis of a variety of equipment. Every type of gadget and personal device is covered, from home appliances to portable gear. One episode focuses on the latest developments in auto manufacturing, highlighting the high-tech features we can expect to see built-in to the next generation of cars. Another episode offers a complete guide to the real-life rise of the machines, focusing on the domestic robots that could be invading your home soon.moreless
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    Blip on Blip

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    Blip on Blip News on blip from the crew at blip! Blip on Blip is a web series on Blip.TV that takes a behind the scenes look at what is involved in the day-to-day operation of the media website. Host Annie interviews Blip.TV employees, who explain their jobs and what makes the company such a great place to work. Annie tours the office, explaining all of its nooks and crannies, and surprising random employees as they work. Annie seems confused as her tour progresses, and she realizes many of the employees, and their equipment are mysteriously missing. Also presented are reviews of shows the staff thinks are exciting. Annie also interviews Sebastian Mel, the head of the company's sales team. A failed television broadcaster, Sebastian explains how he ended up a salesman, and what qualities go into making a great salesperson. In another episode, Annie interrupts the staff as they pack up the office in preparation for a move to a new site. As they dig through their desks, the staff pulls out and reveals, the secrets of the office, from Miley Cyrus stickers to the rumors of company endorsed beatings.moreless
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    T Magazine

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    T Magazine is a web show that takes a fresh and creative look at style, fashion and artistic expression through many short episodes. The show comes from the creators of the magazine of the same name, produced by the New York Times. The show focuses on new trends and brands in fashion and style, but also gives a look back to the inspiration and designers. The show generally involves interviews with high-profile people in the fashion industry. T magazine has spotlighted such brands as Nina Ricci, Louis Vuitton and Prada, along with famous interviews with head designers Thierry Mugler, Peter Copping and more. T magazine's position as a part of the New York Times allows it some of the best access and information about everything that is happening, and about to premiere in fashion. The in-depth reporting and highly researched material create a very refined and sophisticated show that allows people rarely seen access and detail into the world of fashion. T Magazine epitomizes class and professionalism when covering some of the most important topics and people in the fashion industry today.moreless
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    Dining and Wine

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    New York Times
    Dining and Wine is a must for food lovers everywhere - it could be that your tastes are fully epicurean in nature or maybe you simply enjoy good food, wine and great conversation. If so, you will certainly delight in the delectable cuisine shown on Dining and Wine. Indulge your senses in the aromatic and tasty delicacies prepared with finesse by top Chefs whose pride in their creations is very clear. Not to be outdone are the meals prepared in homes just like yours with that great home cooked flavor and taste. Every week, new and exciting meal creations are on display. Chefs will take you step by step through each stage of the meal preparation from the gathering of ingredients through to the finished product. You too can become an expert at creating gourmet meals that will "wow" your family and friends every time. Tune in everyday to Dining and Wine, where you will always find something being prepared that will entice your palate.moreless
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    Real Estate

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    Real Estate from The New York Times is all of the latest real estate listings, market insights, and neighborhood biographies in one place, available at any time. From the boroughs of New York City to regions around the globe, Real Estate looks beyond stale MLS listings and delves into the details of each location, revealing what makes them unique, what buyers can expect, and where the local markets are going. In the video "Block By Block | Ninth Avenue," viewers are given a thorough tour of New York real estate icons in the area stretching from 14th to 23rd Streets. A traditional Brooklyn townhouse receives a modern facelift in the segment "Habitats | Updating a Classic in Brooklyn." Watch Queens resident Paul Graziano take on the renovation of an eclectic neighborhood home in the short documentary "The House Next Door." Whether you're looking for a new home or are simply curious about the inner workings of the real estate market, Real Estate is your virtual guide to the top markets around the world.moreless
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    Movies / Features

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    Movies / Features from The New York Times is an invaluable resource for the latest news, interviews, and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the world's most talked about movies. Whether your tastes lie in Hollywood blockbusters or heartfelt independent films, Movies / Features has the inside scoop on the most anticipated films and the people behind them. In the video "Werner Herzog on Cave Art," viewers are treated to a one-on-one interview with Herzog as he discusses the artwork of the Cave of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc and its discovery, the subject of his documentary "Cave of Forgotten Dreams." See what it takes to translate a real-life location into an animated setting in the video "An Animated City," a clip that interviews "Rio" director Carlos Saldanha on his choice to feature his hometown in the hit film. Get insight into the struggles and triumphs of independent filmmakers in exclusive video interviews from the Tribeca Film Festival. No matter if the movies are big hits or small gems, Movies / Features has your all-access pass to all of the best films.moreless
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    Daily Baggage

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    Daily Baggage from New York Times is a video series of pop culture opinions, world insights, and more than a little non sequitur from host David Carr. As an avid columnist of the New York Times, Carr's views on the media world are as cutting as they are hilarious. With an extensive playlist of on-demand videos, Daily Baggage covers an enormous range of topics from the latest star news to the pervasive nature of social networks. Carr addresses the pre-awards buzz surrounding the film "The Dark Knight" with humor, panache, and one very strange clown mask for good measure. In "Daily Baggage: Jan. 9," Carr demonstrates the challenges of packing for the various shows of the winter awards season by employing dolls and various wardrobe items to illustrate the desperate struggle. Whether it's some of the world's most glamorous events or just the latest buzz from the internet, no topic is safe. Filmed in Carr's own New Jersey basement, Daily Baggage is offbeat, underground humor at its best.moreless
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    Carpetbagger

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    Carpetbagger is one of the many blogs overseen and created by the New York Times. The blog was begun several years ago in 2005 by media columnist David Carr before being handed over to news and entertainment correspondent Melena Ryzik. The Carpetbagger media blog is the online source for showbiz news and updates. Big events such as the Golden Globes, the Sundance Film Festival and the Oscars are discussed and dissected in amusing detail. The Carpetbagger also maintains its up to date reporting on the entertainment industry and the celebrities and moguls within it. The quirky writing style and behind the scenes look of Hollywood life is investigated by a talented group of journalists and bloggers including Brook Barnes, Rebecca Cathcart, Michael Cieply and Paula Schwartz. Original collaborator, David Carr occasionally posts updates as well continuing his work on this New York Times outlet which has become an award-winning media blog.moreless
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    UrbanEye

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    UrbanEye is a video series produced by Jeremy Beiler. The news program is created in conjunction with the UrbanEye email newsletter which is part of the New York Times. The show's host, Melena Ryzik, is known for her writings on "The Carpetbagger" blog and for her work as a cultural correspondent for the New York Times. In each UrbanEye episode, Melena hits the streets to inform viewers about the cultural happenings in New York. Every three to four minute episode strives to keep both local NewYorkers and tourists connected with what is hot in theater, dining, style, art, exhibitions, and more. The show caters to cultural happenings for all tastes and videos can be seen which explore everything from "underground" events like dumpster pool parties to more refined activities like the School of American Ballet. With such eclectic videos, the series is able to keep viewers up to date with the city that never sleeps.moreless
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    Movies / Critics' Picks

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    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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    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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    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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    Op-Ed

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    Op-Ed from The New York Times is a multimedia resource that presents the latest news, topics, and trends as seen through the eyes of experts and bloggers alike. With topics that range from perspectives of reflection to views into the potential future of our world, the focus of Op-Ed is varied and all encompassing. Each day delivers new editorials and videos from syndicated bloggers, columnists, and industry experts with their remarks on some of the latest headlines and stories. In the video "Thomas L. Friedman on Hama, Syria, 1982," The New York Times' Op-Ed columnist Thomas L. Friedman reflects on the Hama massacre of 1982 and discusses what lessons it may teach us in regards to the struggles in Syria today. In a video installment of BloggingHeads, the episode "Better Off Dead?" features a debate between Glenn Greenwald of Salon.com and David Frum of FrumForum on the topic of notoriety and the killing of a heinous fugitive. The world is full of opinions and Op-Ed from The New York Times provides some of the most hard-hitting and insightful views from the world's most respected minds today.moreless
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