Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2008
On Thursday, February 28th, at 10 pm PST, theStream.tv will be celebrating the broadcast of its 500th live episode with a 500th Episode Special, A look back at 500. This special event will feature a gathering of your favorite theStream.tv hosts, video clips of your favorite live moments, and a Best-of-theStream.tv segment selected by the fans that have made theStream.tv a success.
Brian Gramo, founder of theStream.tv, has directed every live episode since the network launched in 2007. "Who knew that a single broadcast started in the bedroom of my apartment just for fun would turn into an entire network? I'm happy that I'm able to do something I truly enjoy while and at the same time provide entertainment to thousands of live viewers. This is really a milestone for a new genre of entertainment."
TheStream.tv airs 15 shows per week with a variety of niche topics that are discussed live with show hosts and celebrity guests. Recent live appearances include Michelle Rodriguez (Girlfight, Lost), Zachary Quinto (Heroes, Star Trek), Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls, Party of Five), Gregory Itzin (Fox's 24), Tim Russ (Tuvok of StarTrek Voyager), Justine Bateman (Family Ties), Professional Wrestler Rob Van Dam, Writer/Director James Gunn (Dawn of the Dead, Slither), Cristine Rose (Heroes), Actor Brenden Hines (Terminator:SCC), Director Lloyd Kaufman (Troma Entertainment), Comedians John Lehr (10 Items or Less), Bryan Callen (MadTV, Sex and the City), and Dov Davidoff (Invincible), Rap Artist Mickey Avalon, Reality Star Becky Buckwild (Flavor of Love, Charm School), Adult Entertainer Angie Savage, Steve Agee (The Sarah Silverman Program), Ken Jeong (Knocked Up), the creators of Sci Fi's Tin Man series and World Champion Gamer Fatal1ty.
Log on to http://www.thestream.tv for show schedules and additional network information.
The Stream of Consciousness Online Television Network (http://www.theStream.tv) is a Los Angeles based studio that airs all of its live, interactive shows out of the same 15′ x 11′ room on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. Users may watch these shows on the homepage of theStream.tv via Windows Media Player. Viewers that prefer a Flash stream can follow links on the homepage to a number of websites that syndicate the live video feed.
For questions about http://www.thestream.tv contact Brian Gramo.