Trib Live: Watch full episodes of ‘Mister Rogers Neighborhood’ on new website

Trib Live: Watch full episodes of ‘Mister Rogers Neighborhood’ on new website. “Ever wish you could relive your youth? Well, leave it to Mister Rogers to fulfill that wish. Since we aren’t done with the Mister Rogers craze yet (yeah, it’s still a thing), a new official show website is taking full advantage by streaming full-length episodes of the beloved children’s TV show.”

Digital Library of Georgia: Groundbreaking Georgia LGBTQ television programming now available online

Digital Library of Georgia: Groundbreaking Georgia LGBTQ television programming now available online. “Out TV Atlanta, which ran from 1999-2000, was a half-hour weekly news and entertainment show focused on LGBTQ life that aired in Atlanta and Savannah. The show was supported financially by its creator, Michael B. Maloney, along with his family and friends. As producer of the show, Maloney saw that most press coverage of LGBTQ life involved night clubs and drag queens; he sought to widen media focus on ‘ordinary’ gay people who were firefighters, attorneys, and regular members of the community. Events covered include Governor Roy Barnes’ address to the Atlanta Executive Network, a gay professional organization (the first in the state), the first gay pride parade in Savannah, political events, art exhibitions and performances, and much more.”

AV Club: Conan’s first episode is now online, and all the rest are coming soon

AV Club: Conan’s first episode is now online, and all the rest are coming soon. “Twenty-five years ago today, a fresh-faced, floppy-haired Conan O’Brien started regularly hosting his very own late night TV show. A quarter century (and a few network changes) later, he’s still going strong with the kind of weirdo sketches and affable celebrity interviews that garnered such a devout following over past decades. Now, in celebration of this anniversary, the very first episode of Late Night With Conan O’Brien has been made available online—with an entire archive of nearly 3,000 more to follow in January.”

Tubefilter: Twitter Announces 50 New Video Content Deals To Complement Local TV Programming

Tubefilter: Twitter Announces 50 New Video Content Deals To Complement Local TV Programming. “Twitter has announced 50 new video deals as part of a push to increase local content in the Asia-Pacific region. New partners, which include the National Rugby League, Vice, Sony Music Australia, Seven West Media, and the Special Broadcasting Service, will provide Twitter with short-form video content, highlights packages, and live video feeds.”

Make Tech Easier: Best Free Services to Legally Stream TV Shows

Make Tech Easier: Best Free Services to Legally Stream TV Shows. “With cable companies charging exorbitant prices for television packages that include slews of channels you’ll never even watch, more and more folks are looking to cut the cord. Tons of streaming services are now available, making it seem like it would be relatively easy to say goodbye to your cable provider. Unfortunately, subscriptions to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime can add up quickly. Luckily, there are a number of services that can scratch your television itch, that are free of charge and 100% legal.”