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

TXT M3 B1TCH - Partially SmartTXT M3 B1TCH dropped its first music video (above) today called “Partially Smart” which stars the cast (Sean Barrett, Daniel Stone, Vanessa Ragland) of the web series which is still releasing episodes from its first season. Directed by John Irwin, the video is part of the Meanest Man Contest and the EP is available online at RCRD LBL. [Smalldreams.tv, TXT M3 B1TCH]

North Carolina-based web series Port City P.D. has landed a satellite TV distribution deal in the US on Tuff TV which airs in cities like Dallas, Little Rock, Whicita and Key West. The four year-old web series from Shaun O’Rourke, which did about 4 million views online, already had a distro deal on Europe’s America Unleashed satellite network, but this now puts it in about 70 million US homes. [StarNewsOnline]

Online video viewing was up across the board in 2009, according to new numbers out from Nielsen today. US viewers totaled 137.4 million in December 2009, averaging 193.2 minutes per person for the month, which is up 13.2% from the previous year. And in terms of where they are watching all this video, YouTube is still top dog, serving up 6.4 billion streams for the month. [Nielsen]

Old Friends debuted Season 2 (below) exclusively on Babelgum this week, with the New York comedy series picking up where it left off. Nick Ross needs a place to stay and who better than his good old buddy Tim Curcio and his wife Andrea’s pad to crash for a while. Does it matter that Nick used to date Andrea? [Babelgum]

Ultimate Michael Jackson Thriller Multitrack – 64 Voices! “You’ve seen multitracks before. You’re all like, ‘Whatevs!’ right now. I know. But you haven’t seen multitracks with 64 different channels of audio/video that took over 350 hours to assemble.” [Joshua Cohen’s Buzzfeed]

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