Based on a fusion of Rude Tube
In a fast-paced review of the video viral revolution, Alex Zane presents a countdown of the 50 funniest, rudest and most bizarre video clips to have taken the internet by storm
And of BFI’s BUG:
With a hint of Are You Dave Gorman?
Showcasing the best of YouTube from one off shorts by aspiring film makers, to off the wall clips by every day small screen icons, 40 likes brings
I envisage the programme to be formatted into a series of links, which will double up as playlist links on YouTube. The pilot show will be separated out into separate topics.
A sideways look at a compilation of the funniest/strangest/badly spelt comments the tube has to offer.
A place for new music to be found and shared liked and disliked. Potentially find live bands with a unique interactive spin?
A smorgasbord of quirky clips to enlighten and enrage, brighten or darken your day.
LOL and ROFLS
Funny clips. Nuff said
User-based films and shorts from big brands to indy bands
Potential to introduce StumbleUpon (Its features allow users to discover and rate Web pages, photos, and videos that are personalized to their tastes and interests) and do a live stumble of a particular subject
Selected youtube clip creators are in the audience and partake in the show.
Projected onto a backdrop connected to the web, 40 likes aims to be entirely interactive. The audience can ‘like’ and ‘dislike’ videos they watch live.