Just some person who writes articles.
Portfolio of articles[edit | edit source]
|Total Drama "Exclusive Clips" (partially lost bonus material from Canadian animated series; 2007-2014)||My first article. This has been a very popular topic and piece of lost media in the TD community. Wish there was more attention to it.|
|BTM2 (partially found VH1 documentary series; 2000)||The first VH1 article which only took a half hour to write.|
|Brand Sins (partially lost videos from YouTube channel; 2015-2017)||The first lost internet media article I wrote. Plan on writing more since it's a really interesting category.|
|Pop Up Video (partially found VH1 music series; 1996-2012)||The second VH1 article and quite possibly my longest article yet. It took hours of research to catalog these episode, and even more time spent writing the article itself.
Fun Fact: I tried to edit the article with a table of episodes of the 2012 run. After 2 hours of work, and as I was about to confirm the edit, there was some sort of error and I lost all of this work. I'll probably try to remake the table in the future.
|VH1's Legends (partially lost music documentary series; 1995-2002)||To be honest, it's a shame many of these VH1 music/celebrity documentary series have not been archived properly. Like a ton of 90's-00's shows have become lost media.|
|Driven (partially found VH1 documentary series; 2001-2006)||Another lost VH1 documentary series, how amazing.|
|Making the Video (partially found MTV series; 1999-2010)||The first MTV article and probably not my last. This took hours to write as usual.|
|VH1 Storytellers (partially lost concert series; 1996-2015)||I’m throwing in the towel on these VH1 articles. I’ve already created the ones that are most important.
|MrBeast (partially found deleted videos from YouTube channel; 2014-2018)||As a longtime fan of Jimmy, I've been wanting to write this article for a while now. And finally it's complete :)|
|Never Mind the Buzzcocks (partially found American adaptation of British panel game; 2002)||Shortlived VH1 show that apparently nobody liked.|
|Where Are They Now? (partially found VH1 documentary series; 1999-2004)||It sucks that a ton of programming from late 90s-early 00s VH1 have become lost media especially when they drifted away from their original purpose as a music channel.|
Upcoming articles[edit | edit source]