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In June 2009, Pozzitive launched an online encyclopaedia of British comedy.
The site features:
- Over 570 rare photos of comedians like Simon Pegg, Robbie Coltrane, Julian Clary & Jack Dee and shows like Coogan's Run featuring Steve Coogan, John Thomson and Rebecca Front
- Footage from shows like TLC starring Alexander Armstrong and Reece Shearsmith
- Audio clips, including current series (Armando Iannucci's Charm Offensive, Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation, Another Case of Milton Jones, Giles Wemmbley Hogg, Cabin Pressure)
- Extracts from untransmitted pilots (including Armando Iannucci's Charm Offensive and The 99p Challenge)
- Specially-made trailers and extracts from shows with Clive Anderson, Jeremy Hardy, Paul Merton, Julian Clary, Angus Deayton and Hugh Dennis
- Video clips including material from shows featuring Robbie Coltrane, Angus Deayton, Robert Webb in BBC Three's The Comic Side of 7 Days and Steve Coogan playing Mick Jagger in a Spitting Image song.
- Publicity material from shows starring comedians like Steve Punt, Marcus Brigstocke and Steve Coogan, trailers, publicity postcards, scripts and over 76 series, including casts and crew list sourced from the original tapes and paperwork.
In July 2009, Pozzitive launched a YouTube channel. The channel features videos from shows like Coogan's Run and The Comic Side of 7 Days and the making of TLC, a black comedy set in the National Health Service, featuring Reece Shearsmith and Alexander Armstrong.
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