The Best Videos of 2006 on LuluTV

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LuluTV Shows the Best of the Best for 2006 - Monsters, Mommies, Mashups and Mousewives.

Starting with the launch of Lulu.TV, then the big acquisition of You Tube, to LonelyGirl15 becoming the biggest vlogger and then the biggest fraud - to say the least 2006 has been a big year for internet video sites.

LuluTV launched June 2006 with open arms to creators who were ready to stay in control their digital content. As a 'viral video co-op', shareholders are paid based on the percentage of traffic they produce (10% of traffic on LuluTV = 10% of the total money).

All of the content on LuluTV is original work and the best work is selected, so that the viewer doesn't have to spend their time sorting through less than great material.

To cap off the year in style, LuluTV has compiled its "best of" list from the content on the site. All of the winners are semi-professional or independent filmmakers. The list was compiled by the community and then the winners selected by LuluTV editors. This top 13 list (because 13 is a great number, contrary to popular belief), includes categories like, "Best Mashup" which is a mix of Desperate Housewives and beloved Disney characters, to "Best Male and Female Vloggers".

The winner of the "Best Overall" category was Pepsigirl: Superburp! This was minted as "a nexus of three very popular viral video memes: soda & mentos, cute girls, and things that go kablooie," says Jeremy Hogan, one of the editors behind the scenes of LuluTV. Additionally, this video helped make its creator, David Broad, the top moneymaker of 2006.

To view the Best of 2006, LuluTV style, go visit:

About LuluTV ( : LuluTV launched June 2006 as the viral video component of Continuing to foster the same attitude of its parent company, LuluTV allows creators to maintain control of their digital content as well as empowering them to cash in.

About ( : Lulu is the premier self-publishing website in the world, offering over 100,000 print-on-demand titles and a digital marketplace. With over 2500 new titles added each week that are created by people from 80 different countries, Lulu is changing the world of publishing by giving creators control of their content and empowering them to cash in on their projects. Lulu lets people create inexpensively, with high quality results on a simple to navigate website. A proven leader in the digital marketplace, Lulu, based in North Carolina, sells over 90,000 items per month.

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