Posted in My Damn Channel
with tags My Damn Channel LIVE
, Beth Hoyt
, Rob Barnett
, Warren Chao
on 3/21/2012 2:39:42 AM by Rob Barnett
My Damn Channel has a totally new site with HUGE thanks to everyone on our team who worked 'round the clock for months. And eternal thanks as always to my Co-Founder/COO Warren Chao, without whom life would hold far fewer smiles for us all.
We wanted to give you a better experience with My Damn Channel.
Please take a full tour of your new home. We've got a totally new design. You can log in with Facebook and share and comment much easier than before. We will be launching a totally new mobile site in the days ahead. And we've got more new sites launching in the My Damn Channel Blog Network.
We made a mondo announcement today with all the details about MY DAMN CHANNEL LIVE.
We're taking some of the best ingredients of late night TV andbringing them kicking and streaming onto the Internet.
MY DAMN CHANNEL LIVE is the first, daily, live comedy channel on YouTube and here on our site every weekday at 4 PM Eastern.
Our shows start next Wednesday, 3/28/12.
We're counting on you to be there with us. We'll be here for you every afternoon with celebrity guests, live interaction, and the premieres of more than 30 new My Damn Channel original series! (not kidding)
Here's our host and the newest member of the My Damn Channel family: MEET BETH HOYT!
We love Beth and love every one you of who have helped us build My Damn Channel since 2007. The real world doesn't seem to get much easier out there, but we're in love with the idea of giving you as many happy good times as possible.
Today it all begins again.
Founder/CEO, My Damn Channel
You know when you have an emotion so powerful inside you that the only way to express it is to break out in song? I do that a lot, and you know what? Nobody around me is happy. I sing about as well as I dance. And this dog dances better than I do.
Lucky for you, my voice had absolutely nothing to do with “Frat House: The Musical,” an awesome new web series that just happens to be one of the winners of this year’s “Subway Fresh Artists™ Featured Filmmakers” competition!
Filmmaking students at USC and NYU—two of the top film schools in America—submitted short films for consideration. Two teams from each school won the top prizes, which means their series are getting the star treatment!
First up is “Frat House The Musical,” the story of a plucky college freshman with pipes of gold and abs of steel.
He wants nothing more than to join his father’s fraternity. Sadly, the Sigma frat doesn’t want him… until they realize they need him to survive. Drama! Dancing! Singing! Subway! What more could you ask for?
For you to watch it.
Posted in Daily Grace
on 3/2/2012 9:03:54 AM by Maria
Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!
One fish, two fish,
Daily Grace wrote this.
It's a poem and it's great!
So watch her read it and...go out and tell people how amazing and freaking awesome it is.