Ten Most Popular Videos of 2013 on FingerLakes1.TV FingerLakes1.com Posted Friday, 12/27/13 @ 11:05 am
FingerLakes1.TV is the Finger Lakes region's first full-fledged Internet broadcasting network delivering over 10 hours of live, local programming each week to residents of upstate New York. In 2013 FL1 TV produced over 400 individual webcasts, podcasts, and videos on our network.
To gauge the popularity of these videos we use both the total view count and total minutes each video was watched.
Also, this list only counts viewership on YouTube. Most of our programming is available in audio podcast form for .mp3 download via iTunes or streaming via Stitcher.com or each individual show's homepage on FingerLakes1.com. Also, each videos 'live' viewership has been included in the total view count. The numbers below do not count audio only downloads or viewership on other platforms we utilize such as Livestream.com or Vimeo.
A major winter storm hit Seneca Falls during this year's It's A Wonderful Run 5k in Seneca Falls, NY. Nearly 4,000 registered for the event but 2,800 hearty souls finished. This year's race video is definately the most "Christmassy" yet.
This week (August 19th) on the Sauce, learn about the Dunning-Kruger effect, discover the mind reading abilities of Google Glass, and find out what happened when a man got lassoed at a saloon in Louisiana. All that, and photos of Joe Mangiello of True Blood. Join us for an hour or so...
This week's (July 29th) Sauce will either have you rolling around on the floor laughing your ass off or quietly shaking your head as we discuss the latest in social media and news happening in Bath and Shortsville, NY. Also, find out what great product Larry the Cable Guy is hawking and how Dandy feels about the privacy of Americans.
Looking to propose marriage in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York? Let Brad Backman show you our top 5 choices foe venues to pop the big question. And if she says no? We can even help you there.
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