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  • Comedy Central Launches Stand-Up App So You Can Watch All Your Favorite Comedians And Discover New Ones

    Comedy Central Launches Stand-Up App So You Can Watch All Your Favorite Comedians And Discover New Ones

    Comedy Central has released a standalone app for watching and discovering awesome stand-up comedians. The app, called CC:Standup, has more than 6,000 videos from 700 comedians. That will allow stand-up fans not just to find hilarious clips from their favorite comedians, but to find others that they might not have known about. Read More

  • Contest: Win Season 6 of Reno 911! on DVD

    From time to time, we like to give away DVD/Blu-ray box sets for various Comedy Central shows and today happens to be one of those days. Season six of the ROFLtastic Reno 911! goes on sale today and we have three copies of the entire uncensored season on DVD to give away. Do you want one? Yeah you do. Leave your favorite quote in comments from the show and we’ll pick the winners… Read More

  • Why Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and online streaming are threatening cable companies

    Comedy Central said last week that it will stream the comedy triumvirate of “The Daily Show,” “The Colbert Report,” and “South Park,” in their entirety, on (Silly name, but whatever.) Beyond the “wow, neat” reaction, there’s something else going on here that we already hinted at a few days ago: what if people, seeing all… Read More

  • Futurama Makes Its Triumphant Return November 27

    I know this is neither gear or gadget, but it’s sweet nerd news and let’s face it, you people are nerds. Mark November 27 on your calendar and clear out your entire schedule because Futurama is making a return to the small screen. It won’t be joining Family Guy on FOX, though. Comedy Central will be its new home and the first four episodes will actually be released on DVD… Read More

  • Viacom Looks To Dominate Mobile Content Market

    Viacom announced today that MTV Networks, BET Networks and Paramount Pictures have made significant changes to each of their mobile portfolios and they’ll soon be taking over the world. OK, I made the latter of that up, but they are trying to gain a bigger presence in the mobile content market. MTV Networks already provides Sprint with VOD (video on demand) content that includes MTV… Read More

  • Viacom Gets Joost Up

    You may remember that last week, Viacom demanded that YouTube pull 100,000 copyrighted videos own that belonged to the media giant. Turns out, it wasn’t just because some guy uploaded an old Hall & Oates video, rather Viacom has decided to go with Joost instead. That’s right: Joost users will be able to enjoy programming from networks like MTV, Comedy Central, and… Read More