Over two dozen new websites are coming from MTV Networks, inlcuding stand alone sites for shows like “The Daily Show,” “The Sarah Silverman Program,” MTV’s “Engaged and Underage” and Nickelodeon’s “iCarly.” The Hollywood Reporter says TheDailyShow.com will include video archives of every episode broadcast, and will post the new shows within hours of them airing. With these new websites, MTVN will operate over 300 websites. According to the report, the sites join a growing list of targeted Web sites that the Viacom property has launched in the past year in conjunction with its TV shows. Other sites include Comedy Central’s Indecision2008.com, MTV’s YoMomma.TV and mySuperSweet16.com and VH1′s BestWeekEver.TV.
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