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Let Hollywood BURN!

by Zanzibar19 / November 5, 2007 10:25 AM PST

Hey Buzztown,

Yeah, yeah, I'm not all that thrilled with today's discussion on BOL about YouTube being a poor substitute for network TV shows. Have they seen THE BIONIC WOMAN or ACCORDING TO JIM?

Anyway, I made a semi-call-to-arms video highlighting the good, quality, independently produces web based entertainment out there, and would love to fling it at my Buzz brothers and sisters.

Here's the link:

I thank you, and would love to hear your thoughts.

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Youtube on TV? It's already begun
by punterjoe / November 5, 2007 7:11 PM PST
In reply to: Let Hollywood BURN!

I just heard an ad for the latest Oprah (Nov6) where she will share everyone's favorite you tube videos. I guess that's for the part of her audience that has never heard of this interweb thingie or can't figure out how to open their own browser.
So, did the people who come up with show IDEAS also go on strike?

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Youtube for fratboys and average singers
by nutjob / November 6, 2007 6:34 AM PST
In reply to: Let Hollywood BURN!

If people end up turning to youtube. Youtube will be dead in a year. 99.9999999% of stuff on youtube is a waste. To much frat boy stuff and poor singing.

I say this her and again, there are no election, product, person, or movie that was promoted via youtube worth more than a 5 second glance or had any positive influence over any significant number of people or event.

I am still waiting for someone to prove me wrong.

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Let Hollywood BURN!
by wizkids32 / November 6, 2007 6:47 AM PST
In reply to: Let Hollywood BURN!

You don't need to put YouTube on TV at all because there is not enough good stuff to put on TV with out centering the heck out of it.

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