A New TV Guide for Internet Television

Today, Clicker.com comes out of beta and promis­es to become the com­plete guide to Inter­net Tele­vi­sion. Cur­rent­ly, the site “con­tains more than 450,000 episodes, from over 6,000 shows, from over 1,200 net­works, tens of thou­sands of movies, and 50,000 music videos from 20,000 artists.” The con­tent (all appar­ent­ly legal) is gen­er­al­ly sup­plied by oth­er con­tent providers, and then aggre­gat­ed by Click­er. Although the con­tent is often quite pop, you can find some uni­ver­si­ty con­tent (Berke­ley, Yale, Prince­ton, Stan­ford, etc.) in the mix, much of it sup­plied by Aca­d­e­m­ic Earth. Oth­er qual­i­ty con­tent appears in the Art & Artists sec­tion here and the Doc­u­men­tary sec­tion here.

Thanks Denise for the tip.

via USA Today

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