MSN, partnered with Grind Networks, launched its new online comedy channel yesterday. The new website, aptly named The Bubble, is essentially a comedy version of Pandora (the internet radio site, not the planet). As you enter the site you’ll notice several different categories: virals, parodies, politics, TV clips, and, I dare say most importantly, stand-up.
All you have to do is click on one of the topics and you’re instantly showered in bubbles (literally bubbles) of different clips from which you can pick and choose what you want to check out. Just click on a bubble that appears to contain somebody funny and you’re ready to go.
For those of you who can’t handle all the choice, the site also has a daily web show called The Daily Bubble, in which host Will Greenberg will tell you what’s funny. While the site is already pretty sweet, Grind Networks cofounder and COO, Greg Morrow, says they will be monitoring how users navigate the site and what they are watching so they can continue to “refine and improve the experience.”