We feature 6 shows a day - every day. All our broadcasting is curated from YouTube. Our system stitches the various links together and presents it linearly to the viewer. Sure, that's innovative - but our programming is the main feature. We curate the best TV, Film, and Video from the past to create something new for the future.
Our intent is to show something about TV culture as a whole. This can manifest itself in a classic kids cartoon from the 30's, an interview from the 60s or a undiscovered movie from 80s. We’re open minded about what Network Awesome is and what it can be. It’s our commitment to provide you with interesting and clever TV. Quality is our goal and only guiding light.
We do not claim any proprietary rights over any programming. Network Awesome strives to work well within the Terms of Agreement by YouTube.
We are not collectors - we are curators.
Network Awesome launched on January 1, 2011 and has been featured in The New York Times, Pitchfork, BoingBoing, Gizmodo, The LA Times, io9, The Wire, Dangerous Minds, and many others. If you're a journalist and looking to cover us, just send a mail, we're friendly, funny, and fast emailers.
We also created Network Awesome Magazine, an extensive site with more than 70+ writers commenting on fascinating media every day. We publish about 10 articles a week, sometimes more, sometimes less. Our writers range from museum curators to sports writers to raved out zombies. Our content is reposted weekly in WFMU's Beware Of The Blog and Dig Boston.
To set up regular syndication of our content, email us and we'll get the ball rolling!
To write for our magazine contact: Ben Gray, Editor: Ben(at)NetworkAwesome(dot)com