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Thanks to YouTube’s agreements with video producers, we now have two new categories on the site: Movies and Shows. I found “Sherlock Hound,” an animation series done by Hayao Miyazaki, the Japanese genius behind “Spirited Away” and “Howl’s Moving Castle.” If you’re in the mood for a flashback, there are even old episodes of “MacGyver” and “Charlie’s Angels.” And YouTube has every music video you’ve ever wanted to see. (Love that Weird Al!)

If you’re looking for something more up-to-date, try Hulu. NBC Universal and News Corp. created the sleek site in response to YouTube. There are scads of movies, documentaries, TV shows, and trailers from upcoming films. You can catch last week’s episode of “30 Rock” or Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show.” (To be fair, you can also find Mr. Stewart on Comedy Central’s website, along with lots of other funny stuff.)

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