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Comedy Central Is Not Fooling Around With Launch Of New Streaming App

Comedy Central Is Not Fooling Around With Launch Of New Streaming App

Comedy Central has launched an app that will allow viewers to watch full episodes of some of their favorite shows like The Colbert Report, South Park, and The Daily Show, on their Apple devices for free the very next day. Cable subscribers will get access to even more content.

Tumblr Sees Dollar Signs in TV Partnership with Viacom

Tumblr Sees Dollar Signs in TV Partnership with Viacom

Tumblr has succeeded in wooing TV to its platform, or at least Viacom. The plan it seems is to co-brand campaigns that tie to specific shows on their channels like MTV and Comedy Central. If it works and begins to grow in reach it might be a whole new way for TV to use social media.

VMA Sponsors To Benefit From Twitter/Viacom Video Partnership

VMA Sponsors To Benefit From Twitter/Viacom Video Partnership

The 2013 VMAs and the 'Roast' of James Franco are just two of the events that Viacom and Twitter have teamed up to promote via the social media network. Brands like Pepsi will sponsor the coverage, with content provided by Viacom and promoted as part of a paid distribution deal by Twitter.

Even Hulu and Comedy Central Have a YouTube Channel: Here's Why

Even Hulu and Comedy Central Have a YouTube Channel: Heres Why

I’ve been teaching YouTube training courses and workshops since April 2007. In the early days, I was frequently asked by internet marketers and video content producers, “How do I convince my CMO that we need to create a YouTube channel?” Many of these people were ...

Zach Galifianakis, Between Two Ferns, Gets Comedy Central Special

Zach Galifianakis, Between Two Ferns, Gets Comedy Central Special

Of all the uncomfortable humor out there, perhaps none is more uncomfortable than Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die series, "Between Two Ferns," in which the comedian stages a one-on-one with some well-known Hollywood actors.  The actors are somewhat, but not really, in on the joke.  ...

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