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Stewart, Colbert clips now on iFilm

by Anna Johns, posted Dec 6th 2006 8:34AM
comedy central logoNow that Comedy Central has pulled all its Daily Show and Colbert Report clips from YouTube, they've been quietly popping up over at iFilm. For some reason, there has been no publicity on the part of the network or the website. iFilm is owned by Viacom, which also owns Comedy Central. So, you see how that works.

The clips that are appearing on iFilm are primarily from The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. They're uploaded in about three-minute segments, but there are numerous segments so practically the entire show is on iFilm. And the good news is that they appear the morning after a new episode of either show airs. Other Viacom clips include sketches from Chappelle's Show, Reno 911!, The Real World, and Wonder Showzen. There are also clips from The State, as well as other MTV and LOGO programming.

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Your comments: Ummmm...there is currently over 2500 Daily Show Clips on YouTube(quick
search for "Daily Show") including a 6 minute clip of when Borat was
on there...that dispute(the one from the 28th) was resolved with
three
days(http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20061101-8126.html )


-wC

December 06 2006 at 10:42 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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