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[TechRadar] Vine just aired its first ever full-length TV episode
Vine just aired its first ever full-length TV episode

<img src=" Services/adult swim vine-470-75.jpg" alt="Vine just aired its first ever full-length TV episode"/><p>Adult Swim has released Vine's first full TV show ahead of its broadcast on traditional TV, and it's called Narg Nallin' Sclopio Peepio. </p><p>The show, penned by Brad Neely, who has also worked on South Park in addition to a number of web series, is an animated show consisting of a number of surreal sketch shorts.</p><p>Section titles include 'Dog', 'Dog Dog' and 'Lord of the Things' and the show as a whole follows Adult Swim's signature adult tone and gross-out comedy. </p><h3>Ten minutes, not six seconds</h3><p>Unusually for the Vine platform the show runs for a full 10 minutes rather than Vine's standard six seconds. </p><p>As such the format is unlikely to take off without wide-ranging changes being made to the platform. </p><p>As a result it's not entirely clear why the platform was chosen other than due to its reach. With 200 million monthly active users Vine has a similarly sized user base to long-form video site Vimeo, but is dwarfed by the likes of YouTube. </p><p>Just last week Vine extended the maximum length of its videos to 140 seconds which suggests that longer-form video might soon be much more common on the service. </p><img src="" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>

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