Behind the "TeeVeePedia" Parody SiteEdit
Who was behind the original TeeVeePedia site? The Vidiots -- the all-volunteer staff of TeeVee.org, which began publishing humorous commentary about television in 1996 and satirical April Fools web sites in 1997. The crew then ran the site into the ground between 2002 and 2008.
Much like the real Wikipedia, many of the details about the public figures in this parody are wildly inaccurate. All of this work is completely fictional and intended for satirical purposes. Lawsuits are unnecessary, and we'll remind you that satire is protected speech until they repeal the First Amendment.
- 2005: TeeVeePad Celebrity Weblogs aplenty.
- 2004: Salon TeeVee We team with Salon to bring you incisive, unbalanced Web journalism.
- 2003: ABC: The Reality Network ABC gives up. It's about time.
- 2002: Television City Chronicle A mock newspaper.
- 2001: VQTeeVee A fictional combination of TV-Turnoff Week and VQTV.
- 2000: My TeeVee.org We get bought out by AOL! Horrors!
- 1999: Sony TV A seventh TV network?
- 1998: Entertainment Weakly A terrible entertainment website.
- 1997: Warren Littlefield Fan Page Little field, big man.