The online world is awash in video, and much of it is available at YouTube, a spot created by the videos posted by videographers like you (as well as industry bigshots).
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This free streaming TV and movie site offers a glimpse of the future of digital media, with limited commercial interruption.
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Free online radio, where you can listen, free of commercials, to the music that you love (and learn about new artists, too).
30Internet Movie Database
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Everything and anything movies, from actors to directors to writers, from characters to plotlines to famous and popular quotes.
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You want to laugh? Go ahead, laugh. Comedy Central pretty much guarantees seriously explosive laughter.
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Renting DVDs has never been this easy or cheap. Save a trip to the vid-store and just order your movie (or movies) from Netflix.
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Think Rolling Stone, but for the Internet, with top-notch music journalism that’s all about indie rock, hip-hop, electronica, and pop.
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Think “Battlestar Galactica” and “Stargate Atlantis.” SciFi.com is the website for TV’s SciFi channel, with plenty of online features for sci-fi fanatics.
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A leading source for entertainment news, meaning, well, whatever entertains you, from music to movies to celebrity gossip.
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Last.fm is Internet radio at its best. You share your musical preferences with others, and you learn about new artists based on your likes and dislikes.