As of October 2018, the YouTube channel has over 1.1 million subscribers and over 115 million video views. Game Kids was a division of Rooster Teeth Productions aimed at creating kid and family friendly content.
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Sonic Highways2014 miniseriesFoo Fighters: ''Sonic Highways
On May 31, 2014, a 20-second video was uploaded to YouTube announcing the series. On August 21, 2014, a trailer, lasting 3 minutes and 31 seconds, was uploaded to YouTube showing most of the people interviewed in the series. The series eight episodes show the Foo Fighters traveling to eight legendary studios in eight different cities across the United States of America to write and record their album, Sonic Highways. The cities visited were Chicago, Washington, D.C., Nashville, Austin, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Seattle and New York.
Robby Novak (also known as Kid President), a motivational speaker and YouTube personality as of 2013. He often comments on his own ability to overcome the disorder. Peter Radtke – German founder of Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteogenesis Imperfecta, also a philologist and actor. Sean Stephenson – an American therapist, self-help author and motivational speaker. Erwin "Weng" Dayrit – Kapampangan Artist from Philippines, whose drawings and paintings show that “disability doesn’t mean inability.”. Sadhna Dhand – Artist from Raipur in Chhattisgarh, India, who has received the National Awards for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities 2012 under role model category.
The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2017. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, and cancellations; channel launches, closures, and re-brandings; stations changing or adding their network affiliations; and information about controversies and carriage disputes.
Firefox (from version 46) rewrites old Flash-only YouTube embed code into YouTube's modern embedded player that is capable of using either HTML5 or Flash. Such embed code is used by non-YouTube sites to embed YouTube's videos, and can still be encountered, for example, on old blogs and forums. For many years Adobe Flash Player's security record has led many security experts to recommend against installing the player, or to block Flash content.
Real TimeMaher's showshow
During the fall of 2006, Maher began hosting a live chat (now called "Overtime") on HBO's website following each broadcast, usually including some of the show guests. Viewers are invited to submit questions prior to and during the original telecast for Maher and the guests to answer and discuss afterwards. It is also available on the show's YouTube channel. The opening sequence begins with a spoken phrase from the (now defunct) Los Angeles speaking clock, featuring an (uncredited) Joanne Daniels as the time lady saying "Good Afternoon". The theme song is composed by Christopher "Kid" Reid and his voice is heard saying "Start the clock", "Real Time" and "Bill Maher".
The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2015. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, and cancellations; channel launches, closures, and rebrandings; stations changing or adding their network affiliations; and information about controversies and carriage disputes.
On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-ZOn the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay ZBeyoncé and JAY Z on the Run
HBO used 20 different cameras to record the two shows and various special effect were later used, such as slow motion, quick cuts and aerial views. In August 2014, another promotional video was uploaded to HBO's YouTube account. The trailer began with Beyoncé dressed as a jazz singer staring down a captive Jay-Z in the audience, whilst singing Nancy Sinatra's cover version of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)". The trailer then cuts to footage of live performances from the On the Run Tour, featuring Beyoncé and Jay-Z interacting. On September 21, the medley of "Young Forever" and "Halo" from the special was uploaded on Beyoncé's official YouTube channel into a seven-minute video.
The video was taken down from YouTube on April 17, 2008 but was reposted by multiple other YouTube users shortly thereafter. By April 18, 2008, at least 45 users had reposted the video interview using their own YouTube accounts. Bunker's account was also canceled on April 17, and he believed this was due to copyright issues stemming from clips of The Colbert Report that he had uploaded to YouTube.
Game Changefilm adaptationGame Change'' (film)
HBO optioned the book Game Change, by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, in January 2010. In February 2011, development began with Danny Strong writing and Jay Roach directing. The two had collaborated as writer and director on the 2008 HBO film Recount, about the controversial result of the 2000 U.S. presidential election. Although Strong and Roach based the film on the part of the book dealing with the McCain–Palin campaign, they had also considered a film dealing with Obama's primary battle against Hillary Clinton – an idea ultimately dropped due to the length and complexity of that story, among other reasons.
In television programming, the situation comedy or sitcom may be recorded using either a multiple-camera setup or a single-camera setup. Single-camera sitcoms are often notable for their enhanced visual style, use of real-world filming locations and in recent years, for not having a laugh track (most single-camera sitcoms from the 1960s contained a laugh track). Some, but not all, single-camera comedy series may also be classified as comedy-drama, a genre which blends comedic and dramatic elements. The distinction between a sitcom and a comedy-drama series is based on the show's content, not its form.
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This is a list of the longest-running United States television series, ordered by number of years the show has been aired. This list includes only first-run series originating in North America and available throughout the United States via national broadcast networks, U.S. cable networks, or syndication. Series continuations (with name changes and/or changes in network) are noted, but series' revivals are treated as separate from the originals (see The People's Court and Jeopardy!). Series broadcast within the U.S. but produced in other countries, such as Coronation Street (50+ years) and Doctor Who are not included (see: List of longest-running UK television series).
WatskyExquisite Corpse" (George Watsky song)Guilty Pleasures
In December 2014, Watsky's YouTube channel was listed on New Media Rockstars Top 100 Channels, ranked at #51. On May 30, 2015, Watsky announced through social media that he would be releasing All You Can Do: Live From The Regency Ballroom, the live album that he recorded during the All You Can Do tour, on June 2 on BitTorrent, Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes & Soundcloud. He also announced that he would be embarking on a monthlong club tour, called the Meaner Than The Average tour, with Créme Fraîche, A-1, and Mikos Da Gawd in late July and August. The focus of the tour would be to hit cities that he didn't get to on the All You Can Do tour.
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In addition to the original series, it features new short and feature films, as well as curated YouTube and Vimeo clips. A subscription service called Night Flight Plus launched in March 2016 which allows viewers to pay a monthly or annual fee for access to full segments of the show. In 2018, a new Night Flight program began airing on IFC as a 15-minute series. It mixes highlights from the original series with surreal footage taken from films, television and the Internet. Night Flight was one of the first sources in American television to see full-length and short films not generally aired on network television, or even pay-cable TV channels such as HBO.
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He has one younger brother, Matt Oswalt, a comedy writer best known for the YouTube web series Puddin'. While he was a military brat, his family lived in Ohio and Tustin, California, before settling in Sterling, Virginia. He is a 1987 graduate of Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia. He subsequently graduated from The College of William & Mary, where he majored in English, and was initiated into the Alpha Theta Chapter of the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. Oswalt began performing stand-up comedy on July 18, 1988.
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George Takei, the gay rights activist and costar of the TV series Star Trek, thanked GALECA in a YouTube video for naming him their 2014 choice for Timeless Star, the association's career achievement award. GALECA and its annual Dorian Awards were created in 2008 in Hollywood, California, by John Griffiths, former longtime television critic for Us Weekly magazine and contributor to Emmy Magazine of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The first Dorian Awards, for 2009 productions, were announced in January 2010 (nominees were revealed the previous month). GALECA's Dorian Award nominees and winners for 2010 productions were announced in January 2011.
This was followed by the Goldfrapp remix of "Judas" in May 2011, which was released to Gaga's YouTube channel. The Wild Beasts remix of "You and I" was released in August 2011, and the proceeds from the sales helped to raise awareness to the ways people can support independent labels that lost stock in the PIAS Recordings UK warehouse fire. Regarding the inspiration behind the remix, Hayden Thorpe from Wild Beasts group told The Guardian: "The unlikeness of this match was perhaps what compelled us to take it on. Gaga in many ways is the epitome of what we are not. She is the butcher to our butter knife.