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New Release – Peter Coffin
10 February 2010 by Rob Spectre

Dead excited to announce the latest member of the Gonzee family: Internet comedian Peter Coffin.  I always jump at the chance to bring more indie comedy to Boxee and Peter delivers that with a unique voice, pro production value and gutbusting timing.  Laughs by the pantload for web-conscious pop culture fans, tweaked with just enough twist to appeal to the casually demented.

If you dig on his video work, you should definitely check out his blog, subscribe to his YouTube channel, follow him on Twitter, and grab some quality Peter Coffin gear.  In that order!

BANANAPHONE!

New Release – Ad Blitz 2010
6 February 2010 by Rob Spectre

IAll the commercials from the big game on Boxeet is the biggest athletic contest of the year for America.  Seats start at five grand, networks fight over the rights years in advance, and millions tune in worldwide as the top two teams in professional football face off after a blistering post season.  With all the hype and attention comes unparalleled advertising budgets, making the Super Bowl the showcase for television commercials of the year.

Want a replay of a particularly funny ad after the game is over? Go no further than Boxee with the latest Gonzee app release – Ad Blitz 2010.  Now available on Boxee, Ad Blitz 2010 will have every commercial aired during the big game available to watch immediately following an resolutely crushing defeat to the hated and hideous Indianapolis Colts.

Before the big game, the app is seeded with preview content a-plenty, featuring analysis on the two teams, how-to’s on executing a perfect Super Sunday party and the troubling story of a man auctioning off something very valuable to get a ticket to the game.

All available now in the Boxee App Library.

The best commercials for the biggest game of the year.

New Release – AL TV
20 August 2009 by Rob Spectre

The seventh Gonzee app release just got published to the App Box: AL TV!

For two decades, pop culture has been brilliantly lampooned by “Weird Al” Yankovic.  The curly haired, accordian toting comic musician is the prolific mind behind such hilarious parodies as “Eat It” and “Smells Like Nirvana.”  Resurgent following the geekcore rap hit “White and Nerdy,” Weird Al is now on Boxee with the AL TV app providing a collection of his classic parodies, new “Internet Leaks” series, and videos he’s directed for other artists such as Ben Folds’ “Rockin’ the Suburbs.”

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This release makes available Al’s entire catalogue on Boxee from “Dare To Be Stupid” to his new video from his Internet Leaks series “CNR.”  Available in Flash standard definition and higher quality H.264.

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