Friday, September 7, 2007

Jon Stewart 24/7

I am just so tickled. All episodes, including the most recent ones, of The Daily Show will have a web site and we'll be able to watch them. Viacom's MTV Networks will be launching this. Plus, they will be launching a site for gay-focused animation and other goodies. See the following report from the Hollywood Reporter ...

NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - A new hub for Comedy Central's "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" headlines a slate of two-dozen targeted Web sites that Viacom's MTV Networks will launch by the first quarter., which launches in the fourth quarter, will archive the entire video history of the show including headlines, interviews and the "Back in Black" feature. The portal also will present the previous evening's episode in its entirety an hour or two after its broadcast.

Comedy Central's "The Sarah Silverman Program," MTV's "Engaged and Underage" and Nickelodeon's "iCarly" also will get new sites.

The company also will launch a teen girl gaming site, the N's, and a site for video game cheats and hints, Niches sites, ranging from hip-hop dance to stand-up comedy to gay-focused animation, are also in the works., a pop culture site that debuted in beta mode last month, also will fully launch.

Yes, Ms. Manitoba is into pop culture. It's hard to find something that Ms. Manitoba is NOT interested in.

1 comment:

ThePoliticalCat said...

Agreed. From cab-drivers to little bugs, you got it all covered.