Web series and web video bits from around the internets worth clicking today:

Don't Move HereDon’t Move Here, a new web series exploring the Portland music scene debuted online at WK Entertainment, which is Wieden+Kennedy’s new music hub. The episodes are only viewable at the show’s site, but the trailer can be seen above. [Cool Hunting]

Televisual put together a rather comprehensive list of all the gay and lesbian themed web series out there right now. Way more on there than you’d think, with more notable series Anyone But Me, Joni & Susanna, 3Way and Venice lined up with lesser known entrants like In the Moment, Rise of the Seer, Drama Queenz, Jack in a Box and Argentina’s Plan V.  [Televisual]

US web viewers watched 33 billion online videos in December 2009, according to the latest report out of comScore. Also notable is the average duration of online video is continuing to move upward, now reaching 4.1 minutes. And YouTube is still king of the video sites, with 134.4 million viewers watching more than 13 billion videos on the site in December. [comScore]

Crackle is hosting a live stream of Wyclef Jean’s Haiti benefit concert from The Canal Room in New York starting tonight at 4:30 PM (PT). The stream is part of their newly launched “Live Sets” series sponsored by Sony Electronics’ make.believe campaign. [Crackle]

Mingling Media premiered its new interview web series The Heart of Influence with first guest Deepak Chopra, a close friend to Michael Jackson, sitting down to chat about the recent controversy around the singer’s death and the questionable administering of medications by MJ’s doctor. [The Heart of Influence]

Credit reporting agency Experian has launched a new branded entertainment web series The Funny Truth About Credit produced by Edelman PR’s MATTER division and Swift River Productions. The 6-episode series features a number of traditional celebs like Vivica Fox, Michael Madsen, Jon Lovitz and Danny Glover along with online stars Jake and Amir (below) sharing some lighthearted life lessons about personal credit. [YouTube]

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