Six original short-form comedy series hit C-Spot
Six innovative, original short-form comedy series are now available on C-Spot, a new ad-supported, multiplatform comedy channel distributed by Sony Pictures Television. C-Spot features high-quality programming with continuing storylines, specifically produced for the web and mobile and programmed 52-weeks a year. The new channel is available on Crackle.com, YouTube, AOL Video, Hulu, Verizon Wirelessâ€™ V CAST Video service, and direct to Sony BRAVIA TVs via BRAVIA Internet Video Link.
The series showcased on C-Spot run the gamut from existing popular shows like Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show, which amassed over two million views with their first two episodes that launched in 2007, to The Roadents, a new series taking a vanguard approach to flash-animation and developed by Bix Pix Entertainment, the creative team whose work has been featured on Saturday Night Liveâ€™s TV Funhouse. Owen Benjamin, one of the top 10 comedians on MySpace who appears in the upcoming feature film, â€œI Know What Boys Like,â€ opposite Anna Farris and Colin Hanks and also headlines his own Comedy Central special later this year, stars in the new series Gaytown; while The Writers Room has Kevin Pollak as the domineering host of a late-night talk show.