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South Park Season Thirteen on DVD, and a New Microsite

by Nick Zaino, posted Mar 16th 2010 8:44AM
Eric Cartman from the Today is the day you can finally own epic episodes of 'South Park' like "Fishsticks," in which decimates Kanye West and Carlos Mencia (actually decapitates Mencia), "The Coon," which is Cartman's superhero identity, and "Whale Whores," which shows the 'Whale Wars' crew as selfish asses. Yes, season thirteen is out on DVD and Bluray today, a day before season fourteen debuts on Comedy Central.

The rollout for these feels a bit like an old infomercial. But wait! That's not all! In addition to the DVD, which features some deleted scenes and a short feature touring the South Park Studios, you also get a microsite dedicated to season thirteen. There, you can get a bunch of 'South Park' goodies like wallpaper and ringtones (including West's "Gay Fish Song").

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Segment from Paula Zahn Now getting own microsite

by Adam Finley, posted Jan 9th 2007 11:02AM

paula zahnHere's a question for the Baby Boomers who are reading this: do you consider yourself tech savvy? If so, you're the demographic CNN is hoping to reach by creating a new microsite for the "Life After Work" segment from Paula Zahn Now. The segment focuses on different lifestyles of retired Baby Boomers, and the new site will include such things as clips from the television segment, a place for user-generated content, photos, and interactive tools.

The new site, according to MediaWeek, is part of CNN's ongoing strategy of creating multiplatform content. This seems like an obvious move when going after a younger crowd, but you don't see the same attempts made at attracting Baby Boomers. It would be nice if CNN could set a precedent and other content providers followed their example.

[via Lost Remote]

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60 Minutes coming to Yahoo

by Adam Finley, posted Mar 24th 2006 11:05AM
60 minutesIt seems the old TV dinosaurs are learning slowly but surely that there's an audience out their hungry for online content. Staring next fall, CBS will be bringing video and interactive content from 60 Minutes to a special microsite on Yahoo. Two "news packages" will be added to the site each week following the television program. One will expand on a news story covered on the television broadcast, while a second story will focus on a "topical news theme." Segments of 60 Minutes can currently be viewed on CBS' Web site, but the hope is that the partnership with Yahoo will be more appealing to younger viewers seeking something more interactive.

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