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CNN reports on a streaming video channel that edits classic television sitcoms down to four-minute webisodes.
The smartphone version is here now, and the tablet version is coming soon. Crackle serves up some decent content, and the only price you pay is watching the occasional commercial.
New video network features pared-down episodes of a variety of old TV shows, but claims that the plots stay intact.
OK, so the selection is a little limited. But let me just say this: 10 classic "Seinfeld" episodes. What more do you need to know?
Crackle has arrived in the UK, stuffed full of utter dreck. Click here to see just how pony Sony's video-streaming portal really is
The Web has allowed short, funny video clips to proliferate, but the novelty of this one is that it's only 5 seconds long--and hilarious.
Steve Guttenberg joins the show today for the last official episode of 2008.
Maker of movie-playing set-top boxes is adding free video streams from the likes of CNN, MTV, PBS, and National Geographic.
Jeff Berman, MySpace's general manager of video, tells CNET News.com about the social networking site's plans for its new MySpace TV, from Flektor to music videos to original programming.