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An Insight Into Hinduism By Dhyan Vimal. Interviewed By Shaila Annamalai & Ragu, South IndiaJoin Now to Follow
Interview With Master Dhyan Vimal by Shaila Annamalai & Ragu in 2003, Tamil Nadu, India.
The Young Turks is an edgy, funny, and informative talk show, which includes topics ranging from politics to pop culture. Whether you need an update on current events, or just a quick laugh, the Daily TYT Video Podcast will always give you just what you're looking for, and keep you entertained. Catch the live show Monday through Friday, 7-10 ET on www.theyoungturks.com *Winner 2009 Best Politics Podcast Award **Winner 2009 Mashable Open Web Award for Best Political News Site
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An Alternative to Time-Based Television Programing.??Imagine if content for television was more like the world of paintings and other non-time-based art-forms that can be approached by the viewers on their own terms. Without required period of time to dedicate to it. Where "in" and "out" points are viewer's, not editors, choice. ??There is something comforting about it isn't it?
By Relja Penezic
VernissageTV (VTV) takes you to opening receptions of exhibitions and events. VernissageTV provides insight into the social side of the world of art, design and architecture. VernissageTV is talking with artists, curators and gallery owners in a relaxed style. VernissageTV is an open network and open to additional correspondents. The episodes can be viewed on computer, iPod and TV. VernissageTV offers individual feeds for exhibition venues and special services like uncut material.
In combining the artful storytelling of the best biography shows, with the real-time documentary feel of shows like \"Project Greenlight,\" ICONS presents a new hybrid form that gives our viewers what they want: a well-produced look at what makes a person tick. People they care about, people they admire, people they emulate. ICONS gives an inside-of-the-moment look at our subject\'s life -- on the set, at their photo shoots, in the studio...ICONS is there. Through compelling \"mini-docs\" we weave in an equally gripping look back at the stories that shaped our subjects into the standard bearers that they have become.