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    The Last Word

    The Last Word

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    The Last Word from the New York Times is a collection of video obituaries that offer a unique glimpse into the lives, and deaths, of some of the world's most popular and influential people. With its long and storied tradition of interviewing these luminary figures, the New York Times is now giving anyone with access to the internet the opportunity to see what the world's larger-than-life think about their own deaths. These interviews, ranging from a 2 to 15 minutes, cover subject matter that can at times be funny and nostalgic, at times heartbreaking, and still at other times inspiring. Tune in to see the humorist Art Buchwald loudly exclaim "Hi! I'm Art Buchwald and I just died" or New York Times photography Dith Pran tell the hell-on-earth that was living underneath the shadow of the Khmer Rouge, and his life long struggle to make that story heard. The Last Word gives these figures a chance to tell their stories, one last time.moreless
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    ThisCityRocks

    ThisCityRocks

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    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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    FilmFellas

    FilmFellas

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    FilmFellas is as drama webisode from Zacuto Films and produced by Jens Bogehgn, Steve Weiss and Scott Lynch who are dedicated to the independent film world. FilmFellas operates on the backbone of the mantra As long as I can remember, I wanted to be a filmmaker. This web series dives head first into what it is to be an independent filmmaker. Influential, emerging and groundbreaking filmmakers who are making a noticeable contribution to the independent film world by making, creating and challenging the scene are profiled throughout the series. Episodes include Film School and Beyond'; A Reel Experience' a roundtable discussion that looks at the many ways of learning your craft; Content is King' where the fellas discuss the new genre of independent filmmakers; and Filmmaking Style' where the fellas discuss the importance of your own creative style. Follow this web series and watch as they look at how these filmmakers entertain the world.moreless
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    House Arrest With Andy Dick

    House Arrest With Andy Dick

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    House Arrest With Andy Dick is a web talk show hosted by comedian Andy Dick. Dick has appeared on numerous hit television shows and has had a spectacular career as a stand-up comedian. Unfortunately for Dick, he's had a long history of drug and alcohol abuse. As a result of his criminal behavior, Dick was sentenced to house arrest. Because he is under house arrest the show is shot at his home. Guests who have appeared on the show include Tom Green, Adam Carrolla and Dr. Drew Pinsky. Dick does not follow a script and his behavior on the show is often outlandish and spontaneous. Guests and viewers can not guarantee how each interview will go.moreless
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    Bitchin' Kulture

    Bitchin' Kulture

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    Bitchin' Kulture is exactly what it sounds like, a cultural awakening for the viewer awaits over at the Bitchin' Lifestyle network for the latest happenings in cultures all around the world. Those who are seeking the most up to date information on all the global culture they can get their hands on, should take note of Bitchin' Kulture and it's frequent and up to date publishing online. Sit back and hear from those in the know as they are interviewed by the team at Bitchin' Kulture. Find how what is hot and who is making it that way, enjoy videos of distinct cultural topics including fashion, news, and much much more. This is one of those experiences that will keep you wanting more and more. The fun never stops with Bitchin' Kulture and the hours often tick by quite quickly as you find yourself absorbed within the latest cultural trends.moreless
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    Fearfest

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    Fearfest is a television marathon event on AMC that features Rob Zombie interviewing and introducing some of the most popular horror films in U.S. history. Typically, Fearfest takes place as an entire week of programming on AMC just prior to Halloween every year. During Fearfest, legendary horror movies such as the Halloween series, Friday the 13th and The House on Haunted Hill have been shown in the past as part of a 175 hour block of programming. During breaks, Zombie is shown in a horror-like setting of a morgue where he gives commentary and insight on each film shown that particular night. Guests who have stopped by to talk to Zombie in the past during Fearfest include famed directors Wes Craven and John Carpenter. Fans have tuned into the marathon week of Fearfest in large numbers as it has largely been the only television network to dedicate that much horror programming during the year's scariest holiday.moreless
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    The Making of

    The Making of "The Prisoner" (2009)

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    The Making of & The Prisoner (2009) is a series of web videos presented by AMC prior to the series debut of the hit mini-series. During the video clips, cast members and crew discuss the behind-the-scenes action taking place to make the series as successful as possible. The plot of The Prisoner deals with a man who initially wakes up lost in a village. Then, without his approval, the town leader tries to assimilate him into their culture. A number of creative decisions were made before going to air, including finding the right area to film in the country of Namibia and getting the go-ahead to build and destroy parts of it as shown in the film. In addition to a lengthy interview with lead actor Jim Caveziel, the video shorts also show a lighter side to the mini-series as crew explains some high-end visual effects, and a stunt man shows off his moves in the new Subaru Impreza that Caveziel's character drives in the film.moreless
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    Selector

    Selector

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    Selector is a free-styling hip-hop show presented on Pitchfork TV. Eavvon O'Neal hosts interviews with various rappers, who are given a choice between two different beats as the back track for a freestyle rap. The videos are of the interviews and of the freestyles, set in a New York City neighborhood location. The beat choices are produced by various indie artists and are not the type of beat usually preferred by rappers. Viewers can watch freestyle raps from artists like DJ Quik, Clipse, Killer Mike, Freeway, Lil B, Das Racist, Big Boi and more. They will hear beats from indie artists like Loyal Divide, Exeter, Oh No, Crystal Castles, Donnis, Nicholas Jaar, Clams Casino, Girl Unit, Teebs and more.moreless
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    WatchMojo.com - Music

    WatchMojo.com - Music

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    WatchMojo.com interviews and profiles the coolest bands from around the world.
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    Professionally Speaking TV

    Professionally Speaking TV

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    Professionally Speaking TV is a news web show hosted by Randall Craig. In the show, Craig, a well-educated, successful businessman, who interviews leaders in a particular field with well thought out questions in hopes of receiving insightful answers. The interviewees he chooses are generally leaders in business, not-for-profits, politics, education, health and fitness, entertainment, communication, coaching and sports. Past guests on the show include Bob Armstrong, Kristin Arnold, Dave Broadfoot, Scott Campbell, Jim Clemmer and many more.moreless
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    Richard Roeper's Reviews

    Richard Roeper's Reviews

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    Richard Roeper's Reviews is the movie review series from acclaimed film critic Richard Roeper. Roeper got his start as a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times in 1987, writing about everything from politics to media to entertainment. He has also written seven books, covering everything from urban legends to conspiracy theories and sports teams. He worked as a film critic for CBS in Chicago in the early 2000's, and when Gene Siskel of Siskel & Ebert passed away, Roeper joined Ebert as his co-host on the renamed Ebert & Roper at the Movies. Roeper has his own website where he puts all kinds of content, including videos of his movie reviews. In Richard Roeper's Reviews, he brings you his thoughts on the latest movies hitting theaters and DVD, helping viewers decide which are worth their time and money. Reviewing films like Battle: Los Angeles, Mars Needs Moms, Hall Pass and more, as well as giving his Oscar picks and predictions, Roeper gives you his expert opinion on movie topics of all kinds in Richard Roeper's Reviews.moreless
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    Street Doctors

    Street Doctors

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    Lifetime
    Street Doctors is an original online web series on Lifetime that answers all of your important medical questions, and maybe a few uncommon and silly ones as well. Streets doctors interviews passers by on the streets about medical topics that they may have questions about. Viewers get to hear everyday people on the street try to answer questions and talk about subjects like why do foods come out of your nose when you laugh? Is the tongue the strongest muscle in the body? What are hiccups? Is mixing Pop Rocks and soda dangerous? Do women urinate more often than men? and why are men hairier than women? Street doctors takes these burning questions to the professionals and asks doctors to find out. The show features Dr. Ross I. Donaldson MD MPH who answers these wacky questions and offers a brief explanation.moreless
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    How it Works

    How it Works

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    Surfline
    The inner workings of everything surf.
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    Marc Silber Show

    Marc Silber Show

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    Watch The Marc Silber Show for photography tips you can put right to use, connect with some of the world's best photographers who help you take better shots.
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    The Hollywood Collection

    The Hollywood Collection

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    This award-winning collection of classic movie star biographies and retrospectives is a spectacular treasury of Hollywood's most beloved stars. These portraits, some narrated by the stars themselves, feature clips from their most memorable films, candid interviews with friends, family members, directors, producers, writers, agents, and fellow actors, as well as rare home movies, newsreel footage, footage of Academy Award banquets... and more.moreless
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    Jason Cirillo

    Jason Cirillo

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    Jason Cirillo is a Game Designer and purveyor of retro gaming artifacts.
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    OnTheRecord.TV

    OnTheRecord.TV

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    OnTheRecord.tv is a group of filmmakers and fans who've set out to document the artists performing in and around the Origami Vinyl record store in Echo Park California. Our intent is your delight.moreless
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    Sundance Film Festival: Meet the Filmmakers

    Sundance Film Festival: Meet the Filmmakers

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    Sundance Film Festival: Meet the Filmmakers is a short web show that takes the audience inside the films with a series of interviews from well-known directors. Festival's media crew records each episode in the series. The web show highlights the popular Utah film festival's 2010 and 2011 seasons, and provides viewers with a bit more information on the films presented during the event. In one clip, the Sundance media team gets an exclusive interview with Academy Award winning director Joel Schumacher, who talks about his film Twelve, which won the Dramatic Competition award at the festival. Drake Doremus, director of the film Like Crazy, discusses the difficulties in working with stubborn actors. Tanya Hamilton from the film Night Catches, talks about the politics of the festival in another short clip. The web show also highlights international films when director Rodrigo Garcia speaks about foreign films in America and Nicole Holofcenter presents her film, Please Give to curious audiences. The Meet the Filmmakers web show presents the films that make this festival a popular annual event.moreless
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    CBS Money Watch

    CBS Money Watch

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    CBS Money Watch is a collaboration between CBS and the business and finance masterminds at BNET. Multiple videos are posted daily and focus on a number of different aspects of the economic world, including: retirement, investing, savings, and real estate. Videos are normally one to two minutes long, and offer a brief-rundown of the latest economic news as well as updates on all of the major market indexes including the NASDAQ Composite, S&P 500, Russell 1000, NYSE Composite and more. Anchors include Peggy Bunker and Alexis Chrisafis. In addition to being a long running segment of the CBS Evening News, CBS Money Watch is also a popular blog of the same name featuring editors Eric Schurenberg, Jill Schlesinger, Rachel Elson, Jack Otter, Nelson Wang, and Rich Eisenberg. These editors also conduct in-depth video interviews with writers, economists, and other figures in the business world. CBS Money Watch is a must visit video destination for the latest in economic developments.moreless
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    Olympic Minute

    Olympic Minute

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    Olympic Minute is an animated web series that presents audiences with little unknown facts from the modern Olympic Games. The clicker production company from CBS brings to life strange tidbits through cartoon characters that play out scenarios as they occurred during the Games. The clips deal with mostly adult content, as shown in one clip when a playboy athlete's horse also becomes a womanizer after the animal takes an interest in a feline during a polo match. Another video documents the different assaults, robberies and vulgar behavior that the Olympics have endured over its 100-year history. Eating a bad sandwich and drinking tainted water while running a marathon also comes into focus when the web series animates what happened to one participant during the 1928 Olympic Games. The web show also advises all women weightlifting competitors to wear proper underwear or the judges may find out that they are actually a man, as one Soviet athlete suffered during the 1964 Tokyo games. The producers recommend this web series for adult viewing.moreless
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