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After Edinburgh Live

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David Thair | 14:51 UK time, Friday, 10 September 2010

Edinburgh Live videos featured on various other websites.

As I hope you've noticed, we recently undertook the challenge of filming four nights of live comedy at the Edinburgh festival and rapidly publishing a section of each act to the web. This meant that everyone who wasn't there - which, it turns out, is the majority of people - can still get to enjoy it.

But: did you also notice that our videos popped up in a few other places? Look! Here's Imran Yusuf on BBC2's Review Show:

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And here's our clip of internet favourite Bo Burnham being cued up by Huw Edwards on the Ten O Clock News!

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Bo's video also made it on to a Japanese site called Go Johnny Go Go Go Go! which I very much hope is a reference to one of my favourite League of Gentlemen sketches.

Have you spotted our comedy videos in an unusual place? Let us know! And were you aware that you can embed them in your own site? Just click on the embed button and copy and paste the code into your website or blog.

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