Internet TV guide launches

Clicker has jut come out of Beta. This online TV guide is now open to the general public. The company is trying to make sense of all the video that’s around on the internet. For the past nine months it has been working on their ‘first draft’ of a programming guide for internet television.

“Clicker aims to provide the most comprehensive, unbiased and user-friendly way to navigate what’s available (and just as importantly, what’s not) to watch online, where and when you can find it, and finally, what’s worth watching amongst your infinite choices.”

Clicker has mapped more than 300,000 episodes, from over 5,200 shows, from over 1,200 networks – in addition to 1,200 movies (soon to be 14,000 movies with the addition of Netflix), and 50,000 music videos from 20,000 artists. All of this programming is organized by episode, show, network, media type, title, and artist, as well as over 1,000 categories and sub-categories.

via Clicker Blog.

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