In2TV adds Looney Tunes channel
In2TV recently added a Looney Tunes channel to its ever-growing collection of TV shows. My first thought was, "hey, that's pretty awesome." I mean, it is awesome. There's a whole bunch of great shorts to pick from, including the very first appearances of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. This is another chance for people to see these cartoons, and that's a good thing.
However, as someone who adores these old classics, I have to say there are better ways to view these cartoons. Refrederator is an excellent video podcast that features a ton of old cartoons from Warner Bros. and other studios that you can download, and it's always worth digging through Archive.org for public domain cartoons that can also be downloaded to your computer.
It is worth pointing out that while the cartoons on In2TV can't be downloaded, you can watch them on your TV if you have a computer with Windows Media Center. You'll still have that "In2TV" watermark in the corner, though. If I wasn't merely a contractor for AOL, I'd demand they remove the watermark. I'm a purist, and I want my classic 'toons without the clutter. Also, I have no real problems in my life so I focus on things like this.