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    TV Briefly

    TV Briefly

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    CBS
    TV Briefly is a new web show that was launched by CBS.com, the leading online TV network and most popular streaming website in the United States. The CBS website features a wide range of interactive features such as social viewing rooms and sneak peeks, which allow users to stay up to date with their favorite shows. TV Briefly is directed by Adam Elend, written by Jim McKairnes and D.S. Pollack, and hosted by Erin Coscarelli, who is known for starring in TV shows such as California Adventure and My Campus. The show comes out weekly with recaps of the CBS shows and series, which include Medium, CSI Miami, Crime Scene and more. Aside from recaps, the show also includes fun facts and news about the various TV shows and what goes on behind the scenes; it is complete with photos, video clips and a dose of humor which makes it as entertaining as possible.moreless
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    here! with Josh and Sara

    here! with Josh and Sara

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    here!
    Here with Josh and Sara is a popular talk show aimed at the gay and lesbian community hosted by Josh Rosenzweig and Sara Logue. You may already know them from their podcast of the same name. The show features a wide range of topics and guests with a focus on well-known characters and activists from the LGBT world. Expect to hear a diverse range of discussions, from the trials of a lesbian pregnancy or coming out in Ohio to Tate Donovan's experiences campaigning for Barack Obama. Josh's special interests include popular culture, entertainment and the wonders of New York while Sara is particularly keen on stories with a feminist or community angle. Between them they cover a lot of subjects, all presented in a lively and engaging manner, with a fantastic selection of guests. It's an intelligent, humorous and informative show that the LGBT community has been crying out for!moreless
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    Tyler Shields

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    Complex
    Tyler Shields, a photographer who captures the unusual, and his L.A.-based team work to create worlds that will surprise and shock viewers.
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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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    The Last Word

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    New York Times
    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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    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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    Ask Palpatine

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    Ask Palpatine
    Ask Palpatine is a Star Wars themed comedic puppet show featuring that most misunderstood Dark Lord of the Sith, Emperor Palpatine. Palpatine rose to power as the Senator of Naboo. His public persona was one of civil service and loyalty, which garnered him respect throughout the Senate. This respect led, eventually, to his successful campaign for Supreme Chancellor. Things seemed to be going great. Little did anyone know, Palpatine had a dark side, he had THE Dark Side. While Palpatine ran the government as per usual, his alter ego, Darth Sidious, made plans to start the Clone Wars, get rid of all the Jedi Knights, and basically kick start the plot for the Star Wars franchise. But hey, everybody knows this stuff, what people really want to figure out is: what makes this guy tick? What's he like? Would I want to hang out with him? This is the premise behind Ask Palpatine. Palpatine talks about himself, his beliefs, and his world view. Always enlightening, never a dull moment, Ask Palpatine brings you the man as you've never seen him before.moreless
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    The GigaOm Show

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    Revision3
    The GigaOm Show is a weekly series about the business of technology from Revision3, a leading special interest video network. Hosted by Om Malik and Joyce Kim, the show gives viewers an inside analysis of technology and business. Joyce Kim is an attorney and CEO of SOOMPI.com, an Asian entertainment and social media website. Om Malik is an award-winning journalist and founder of Giga Omni Media. Together they investigate trends in technology, examine emerging technologies and follow breaking news stories in the ever-changing world of innovation. They report the news you need to know to make informed choices. Several of the shows are interviews with leading entrepreneurs like Craigslist creator Craig Newmark and Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales. They talk to Google's Marissa Mayer and introduce viewers to John Lilly, CEO of Mozilla. Discussions include subjects like the future of HP, technology trends for the year, clean tech investments and Pandora's internet radio. Like all good journalists, they sniff out the hot stories and find the facts behind the rumors, such as the alleged sale of Technorati and what the outlook is for technology in the oil industry. The GigaOm Show delivers news and analysis of everything technological.moreless
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    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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    Just the Facts

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    Just The Facts is a video series deigned to protect potential voters from deceiving claims made in the political world. Everyone knows how difficult it can be to determine the truth about issues presented in the media; we often need someone to tell us what's real and what is not. Christine Nieves hosts this charming broadcast from FactCheckED.org, breaking down videos and statements that are taken out of context or stretched to imply certain truths. They'll play the whole video, explain word choice, whatever is necessary to make things clear. Being not for profit and unaffiliated with any political party, the sole aim of Just The Facts is to clarify accusations and suggestions made by either side of the political spectrum. Right and left, big and small, if there is any misleading information about a particular claim, Just The Facts will expose the lies and reveal the actual story. The videos are available on Blip.tv, and available for free, so log on today to get it straight, Just The Facts.moreless
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    Jace Hall

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    The Jace Hall show is a video game show that began airing on June 5, 2008. Jace Hall is the show's creator and host. He wanted to create a show that shows how video games and Hollywood are connected. Corey Craig, Marti Resteghini and Gary Graham co-star. Jace goes behind the scenes of video game productions to talk with the game's creators and developers. Viewers are treated to special interviews with the developers, as they reveal sneak peaks to upcoming video games. When he is not going behind the scenes of productions, Jace talks with celebrities about what their favorite video games are. Some of the guest celebrities featured on The Jace Hall Show include: Christina Millian, Tom Green, Alex Pardee, Morris Chestnut, Randy Jackson, Audrina Partridge, Wilmer Valderrama and Ice-T. Viewers of The Jace Hall Show give the show rave reviews, due to the celebrity interviews and the previews of upcoming video games.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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    Penn Says

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    Penn Says is the official podcast from magician, comedian, and writer Penn Jillette. The highly opinionated and always entertaining illusionist pulls no punches as a covers a number of different topics, ranging from atheism, music, and...bowel movements? In one of the more revealing podcasts, Jilette discusses his infamous "Nail Gun Trick." More specifically, how he changed elements of the trick so it wouldn't seem like he was lying outright to the audience. During the podcast, Penn reveals he isn't a fan of magic tricks that look too dangerous. He weighs in on the more sensational magicians such as Criss Angel and David Blaine who blur the line between what is morally responsible and irresponsible to show to members of the audience. In 2009, the show was nominated for two Webby Awards: Best Reality Show, and Best Reality/Variety Show Host. Penn Says ended its run on Sony's crackle.com during December of the same year.moreless
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    Circuits With David Pogue

    Circuits With David Pogue

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    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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    Road to November

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    New York Times
    Road To November is a web-based video series, produced by the New York Times, and released on their official website. For this series, Times journalists Jennifer Steinhauer and Monica Almeida traveled the breadth of the continental United States, from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. Over the course of their 2,900-mile quest, mostly Steinhauer and Almeida interviewed a number of voters in hotly contested swing states like Iowa, Nebraska, and New Jersey. The series' title was a play on words, referring to the nearing election, and to the specifics of the journey, which was largely made by car, on Interstate 80. Highlights from the series include the journalists' stop in Naperville, Illinois, a highly republican area with very mixed feelings about Illinois' most famous adopted son, then presidential hopeful Barack Obama. In another notable episode, Steinhauer and Almeida stopped in Omaha to witness a massive campaign rally headed by Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. This rally made an impression on both journalists, who noted the intense, almost worshipful response of the crowd to Palin and presidential candidate John McCain.moreless
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    Monocle Edits

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    Monocle
    Monocle Edits is a web show showcasing people, businesses and movements important to the Monocle mission as well as summaries and guides for the cultured and busy. Monocle is a magazine and website created by Tyler Brule. The stated goals of the magazine and website are to satisfy an international audience that cares about many independent sectors. Tyler Brule is the founder of Wallpaper magazine and was a columnist for the Financial Times. With that in mind, Edits has annual christmas gift guides, top travel destinations, guides and views into the future of business, design and culture. The guide features best niche airline (Baboo,) and best resort (Tenku No Mori in Kyushu Island Japan.)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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    Indy Mogul - Beyond the Trailer

    Indy Mogul - Beyond the Trailer

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    Indy Mogul
    Indy Mogul - Beyond the Trailer is a web original series from Next New Networks, hosted by Grace Randolph. The show , and is a mixture of reviews, previews, and box office analysis. Typically, two kinds of episodes are produced and uploaded on a weekly basis. Review episodes and "Movie Math" episodes. Review episodes begin with an introduction of the week's featured movie, followed by excerpts from the trailer. Grace Randolph then offers up an any relevant thoughts that are related to the cast, crew, and marketing of the film. The latter part of the review episodes take place at a local multiplex. A selection of audience members are interviewed by Randolph soon after seeing that weeks new release, and a final tally is given based on the average of their numerical scores. "Movie Math" episodes focus more on box office numbers and current trends in the business. Indy Mogul - Beyond the Trailer began in 2008.moreless
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