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    XtremeTV

    XtremeTV

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    Purveyor of fine quality extreme sports video since 1994. Based out of Biarritz, France. Come get an eyefull...
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    Americana

    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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    Hawaii: Undiscovered

    Hawaii: Undiscovered

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    CBS (ended 2011)
    Hawaii: Undiscovered is the CBS original web series which explores the island of Oahu, where their series Hawaii Five-O is filmed. The eight-episode series takes viewers around the island, getting a behind-the-scenes look at Oahu, which has become a major character in Hawaii Five-O. Hawaii: Undiscovered is hosted by Jim Brasher of Yahoo: Weekend Edition, who goes shark diving, ATV riding, parasailing and more in his Hawaiian adventures. Jim gets the inside scoop, heading around the island with show advisors and island experts, learning from Navy Seals, Hawaiian Language and Cultural advisors and more. He even hits the waves for some surfing lessons with Hans "The Man" Hedemann, the surf instructor for star Grace Park. Join Jim as he explores the awesome island that is home to Hawaii Five-O, and make sure to enter their Hawaii: Undiscovered Sweepstakes where you could win a trip for two to experience all the things you see on the series. Tune in for the best of Oahu in the behind-the-scenes look at the locations of Hawaii Five-O in the CBS web series Hawaii: Undiscovered.moreless
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    Thumbs Up!

    Thumbs Up!

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    VBS.TV
    Artist, inveterate gambler, and lifelong "rider of the rails" David Choe hitchhikes his way across these United States by (other people's) trains, cars, and boats.
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    The Happy Hour Guys

    The Happy Hour Guys

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    The Happy Hour Guys is a documentary web show hosted by Mark Aldrich and Jimmy Ludwig. In the web show, the NYC based men leave the city to visit bars all over the country. The types of bars they visit vary from trendy popular bars to privately owned small town bars. The purpose of their visits is to provide viewers with the history of these bars, the people who own and run the bars, their best known drinks and the types of patrons who visit the bars.moreless
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    Edge of Existence

    Edge of Existence

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    Acorn Media Group
    Edge of Existence from Acorn Media Group, is a breathtakingly beautiful documentary that allows us a glimpse into the real world existence of four remote indigenous peoples. Donal MacIntyre hosts this unforgettable trek that takes us to four rarely visited locations and then documents the daily living of its people. Spending time with The Bedouin, who for thousands of years have chosen to live in the Sahara Desert even with its extremely harsh climate. MacIntyre searches the seas off Malaysia looking for the Bajau Laut, a people with no country of their own and which choose to live exclusively on their boats traveling and looking for food. He travels to Calichan in Bolivia to meet with the Quechuan Indians who make a living from the salt mines. He also spends time with the Insect Tribe of New Guinea, who is only one generation from its cannibalistic past. These sojourns give us a view of life far removed from our hustle and bustle. It is as educational as it is entertaining.moreless
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    Next Stop TV Show

    Next Stop TV Show

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    Next Stop TV Show from BLIP.TV is a travel web series which aims to provide viewers with an insight into various tourist destinations. The show is produced and hosted by world travel expert Jon Olson. Each episode features a different location and includes segments on local music, food, personalities and culture, historical landmarks and sports and activities unique to the area. Some of the locations the show has already explored are Oahu, Cabo, Newport, Las Vegas, N. Oregon Coast, Tahiti, Big Island, Alaska, Baja Sur, Maui, Kelowna, Puerto Vallarta, Sonoma, Boston, Seattle and Portland. Highlights from the series include riding rare underwater scooters in Oahu, camel rides and nightlife bar hopping in Cabo, a Grand Canyon helicopter tour and Black Canyon river tour in Las Vegas, pearl farming and shark and stingray feeding in Tahiti, aswell as a volcano helicopter tour and swimming with dolphins on the Island of Hawaii.moreless
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    Take Away Shows

    Take Away Shows

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    Blogotheque, La
    From La Blogotheque and renowned French independent filmmaker Vincent Moon comes Take Away Shows. The sessions consist of an artist or band playing in the streets, in a bar, a park, or even in a flat or in an elevator every week. Of course, what makes the beauty of it is all the little incidents, hesitations, and crazy stuff happening unexpectedly. These live, unusually staged performances differ from the artifice of traditional music videos in favor of single-take, organic and primarily acoustic sessions, keeping the raw sound of the surroundings. The goal is to try and capture instants, film the music just like it happens, without preparation, without tricks. Spontaneity is the keyword.moreless
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    California is a Place

    California is a Place

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    Vimeo
    California is a Place lives and breathes all things Californian. Simply put, California is sensational. And the closer we look the better it gets: words and images, stories and songs, opinions and ideas. This project is ongoing. We hope you like what you see and say so. We plan to post often. So until that day, when we finally float off into the Pacific, California is a place. Stay tuned.moreless
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    The Vice Guide To Travel

    The Vice Guide To Travel

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    VBS.TV
    The Vice Guide to Travel is a web series from VBS, the online television arm of Vice Magazine, which sends journalists and filmmakers to some of the weirdest and most dangerous places in the world like Liberia, Chernobyl, North Korea and Pakistan. The correspondents don't make anything easy or safe; they consistently try to find the most elusive characters to get the real story of these exotic locales. The correspondents are looking for adventure in these pieces, but they are also looking to inform. There is a definite journalistic angle to each episode, as they make sure to give background on the place to help the viewer better understand how the area came to be as it is. Vice says they go to these far-flung locales "so that you never, ever have to go for yourself as long as you live. We took cameras so that we could prove that we went." This attitude of finding places no one would want to go and getting as deep as possible into it pervades each episode. The Vice Guide to Travel DVD was also released with new locales and appearances by Spike Jonze, David Cross and Johnny Knoxville.moreless
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    American Dreamers

    American Dreamers

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    American Dreamers is a web reality series that streams over Crackle and takes a look at an eclectic assortment of eccentric personalities across the United States of America. Meet Jim Bishop, an elderly man living just outside of Beulah, Colorado who has constructed his own castle, by hand, out of over 1,000 tons of rock. Meet MT Liggett, an edgy sculptor who fashions his witty, politically-minded art from farm equipment, road signs, car parts, and other odd bits and ends. Meet Cleveland Turner, better known as The Flower Man, a native of a poor town in Texas who does not let his unfortunate financial situation tear him down instead, he transformed his house into brightly colored beacon of hope with colorful plants and bits of junk everywhere that the eye can see. Meet Eileen Mann, a tough-as-nails female derby driver who takes on the male-dominated sport with 100% pure determination and 0% fright, rocking the East Coast as she goes. And that is only a handful of the colorful character that American Dreamers features. Tune in to Crackle to meet some of the many unique people that make it clear that the United States of America really is the home of the brave, with liberty and freedom for all.moreless
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    Around The World For Free

    Around The World For Free

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    CBS (ended 2011)
    Around the World for Free is a live online interactive reality series that follows one brave adventurer on a 100-day journey to explore the globe with only a backpack and no money. This season Survivor: Micronesia winner Parvati Shallow sets out on her own adventure and will be completely reliant on the help of an online community to provide tips, advice and offers for rides and places to stay from locals or followers who have friends in each country she travels through. Where she'll go and how she'll get there have yet to be determined, but at least she won't be alone. Fans can follow Parvati's journey on CBS.com/world every step of the way, offering tips, travel photos and even a helping hand.moreless
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    Paris

    Paris

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    Discovery Channel (Mini-Series 2007)
    Sandrine Voillet tells the tumultuous tale of Paris' history from the French Revolution on to today. Tour both the typical tourist spots as well as some unusual locales in the modern city without ever leaving your home in this BBC documentary.moreless
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    Travelistas

    Travelistas

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    BET
    Andrea Adams and Teri Johnson showcase some of the country's coolest places on the BET web series Travelistas.
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    City By City

    City By City

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    On Networks
    City by City is a travel web series that looks at the best sights, attractions, food, nightlife and anything else a traveler could want in some of the worlds most popular travel destinations. Hosted by the beautiful Manjit Devgun, the series focuses on the stylish and swankiest for those looking to travel in elegance. The show strives to show where the 'beautiful people' hang out, in the best kept secrets that only the poshest locals attend. Owners and proprietors of the featured spots take you closer than ever to the hottest spots in these cosmopolitan cities. While the first 18 episodes toured the cities of Europe, the second season focused on what the cities of Asia have to offer. The series is from Austin-based web network On Networks.moreless
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    Beautiful Places

    Beautiful Places

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    On Networks
    Beautiful Places In HD is an online series that takes you on a journey with host Tony Farley as he travels to the most beautiful places in the world. Ever wished you could travel the world and see the Earth's most remarkable landmarks? Well, now you can see it all in glorious high definition without even having to leave the comfort of your home. Sit back and enjoy experience hiking up Mount St. Helens, trekking through Methuselah Grove, seeing the habitat of the Florida Everglades, hiking the Zion Narrows and Zion Canyon while visiting the Zion Canyon, taking a trip to Death Valley, then to Yosemite National Park to spend the night on a granite dome, then seeing the wild animals and hot springs in Yellowstone, and glancing at the Grand Canyon. These are the most beautiful places on earth and thanks to Beautiful Places in HD you won't have to spend a buck to see them.moreless
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    The Marc Horowitz Signature Series

    The Marc Horowitz Signature Series

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    The Marc Horowitz Signature Series documents the cross-country American road trip of visionary, explorer, and comedian Marc Horowitz. In the series, Horowitz makes 20 stops on a path that runs from the Pacific to the Atlantic. Each episode highlights a "community building" project in the new town or city Horowitz decides to visit. In the premier episode, he scours Los Angeles for free items to resell in a yard sale. The twist is that these items range from already cooked pasta to used bottles of lotion. In other episodes, Horowitz tries to change the name of a Nevada town to "Tender Pie Hill," serve breakfast-in-bed to the entire town of Wamsutter, Wyoming, and convince residents of Craig, Colorado to bury their "problems" in a makeshift cemetery. The show is unpredictable and often hilarious, offering viewers a closer look at the antics of this unique comedian. Horowitz has earned national acclaim for his stunts, with appearances on The Today Show and a spot in People magazine's 50 Most Eligible Bachelors.moreless
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    Beer Nutz

    Beer Nutz

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    Mojo
    Beer Nutz is a web video series hosted by Eric Gagnon and Kirt Kingzett, two die-hard beer fanatics who travel the country and beyond on the search for the very best brews, breweries, and pubs in the most celebrated beer cities. In each episode, Eric and Kirt travel to a new destination that's known for producing fine beers as well as being home to a vibrant and enthusiastic beer-drinking community. They then meet with some of the city's biggest beer nuts, who give viewers a glimpse of how they make these famous beers and where visitors should go to enjoy them. Beer is quite possibly the world's oldest alcoholic beverage and most definitely the world's most widely consumed. In recent years, craft breweries have begun operating all over the United States, producing flavorful and unique brews that are far from ordinary. Beer Nutz is a fun and informative series that's perfect for beer fans everywhere.moreless
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    Truly CA: Shorts

    Truly CA: Shorts

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    KQED
    Truly CA: Shorts is a collection of web only documentaries created by independent filmmakers. Each documentary portrays a part of California history or culture, detailing the good and bad side of this Golden State. The films range from serious in content to that which is quite unusual but they are always true and informative. This collection of mini-documentaries are selected and distributed through KQEA and each film must thirty minutes or less. They have been releasing shows since 2006 at a rate of at least one every other month. Some of the documentaries are biographies detailing the fascinating life of famous or sometime not so famous Californians. Some of these documentaries are The Dessert Rose which tells the life story of dancer Dixie Evans and An Architect's Vision which tells the amazing life story of blind architect, Chris Downey. Other documentaries discuss the major issues that Californians face including Live from Tent City which talks about the homeless problem in the state and One Plastic Beach, where an artist showcases his work created from plastic debris he collects on the beaches of California.moreless
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    Monocle Edits

    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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