JibJab is an entertainment website that was first launched in 1999. It includes digital content such as videos, photos and e-cards that can be viewed or forwarded on to other people. JibJab first gained notoriety during the 2004 U.S. presidential election with an animated video of George W. Bush and John Kerry singing. As an entertainment channel with a broad range of content, JibJab has similarities with numerous other websites. Alternatives to JibJab also offer humorous videos, audio and pictures that can be viewed and shared.
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DevilDucky is an online directory of entertaining videos. A number of these videos are listed on the home page as "Recent Videos" and "Popular Videos" and can be viewed by clicking on the appropriate link. You can also search for types of videos using the keyword search function. A full directory of over 11,000 videos can be found in the "All Files" section.
eBaum's World includes digital content covering a variety of categories. These categories include "Videos," "Pictures," "Games" and "Jokes." Viewers can rate content, and content with the highest scores are added to the "Highest Rated" sections within each category. Most categories also include a "Featured" and "Just Submitted" section so you can easily find the newest and most anticipated content. eBaum's World also allows users to create their own blog posts. These posts must adhere to the website's rules in order to be published.
Funny or Die
Funny or Die is a comedy website created by Gary Sanchez Productions, a production company founded by actor Will Ferrell and screenwriter Adam McKay. Funny or Die's content is made up from original and user-generated videos. Some videos have been created by celebrities such as Judd Apatow and have involved actors including Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan and Jerry Seinfeld. Users can vote to determine which content is placed on the website. Videos that are deemed funny enough will stay on the site, whereas those that are voted against will be removed.
Rathergood showcases the animated video content of Joel Veitch, who created the website in 2000. Veitch's work follows common themes of animals and music, often combining the two with videos of animals playing instruments and singing along to pop songs. Other content found on Rathergood includes games, short sketch shows and Joel Veitch's blog. Rathergood has received numerous awards from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (known as Webbys). Veitch has also been a regular contributor to JibJab.
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