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It's one of the most successful TV shows ever made. Its pilot, “The Seinfeld Chronicles,” aired in 1989, but its second episode didn’t air until May of 1990.
Jerry Seinfeld's observationa...
Seinfeld changed the way sitcom stories are written. Until then, most sitcoms had A-story and a B-story, and a joke continued throughout the episode and told a ...
Thanks to the work of Julia Louis-D...
But at the beginning, as it struggled ...
Until then, a sitcom usually functioned like a filmed play, with multiple cameras in fixed positions capturing the action of a sitcom taping, usually in front of a live audience.
But as ti...
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The 15-year-old platform to broadcast anyone and anything enjoys an unmatched status on the internet.
Any video media whatsoever has to have YouTube in its advertising, promotion, and marketing strategy, making it the world’s largest public video hosting platform.
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