Twit TV is the brainchild of Leo Laporte of Call For Help fame from the now defunct Tech TV channel. The site acts an extension of a show he now hosts on Canadian network station G4TV. The site provides coverage of technological devices and new trends and seeks to help people understand what's going on in the world of technology. Twit TV also hosts a live nightly streams of interesting content that Leo Laporte and co-host AmberMac discover and discuss.

The Overall Ratings for Weapon Videos:
Show Diversity: (3/5)
Based on the mixture of television shows available on the site.
Loading Speed: (3/5)
The time taken to navigate the site and load videos.
Ease of Navigation: (2/5)
How easy is it to use and navigate.
Advertisements: (1/5)
Based on the annoyance level of advertisements on this site, the amount of ads, and the volatility of ads appearing on the page.
The lower the rating, the less annoying the ads are.

Total Score: 15/20

Twit TV isn the most cutting edge of shows, rather then call this a video site I would say this is closer to a podcast. The site has a few rough edges, navigation is a little clunky and the overall video experience is a little rough around the edges to the point where users are drive towards the live podcast rather then the video on demand content (VOD). The site requires you to have a basic knowledge of computers and technology to really understand the content and programming. So if you're not interested in technology, this site most likely will not be of value or of interest to you. Where as if your concerned and interested and entertained by technological trends and the going-ons of software and hardware, you will find Twit TV fascinating. Check it out if this sounds like something you would fancy.

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