U.S. Embraces New Department of Humor
The U.S. Department of Humor (http://www.USDOH.tv), a groundbreaking online television channel, provides outstanding viral videos screened daily to ensure tasteful and entertaining content for viewers of all ages; for the launch, comedienne mom Nancy Witter, who provides hilarious commentary in her role as the U.S. Secretary of Humor, will team up with top Obama impersonator Reggie Brown
NEW YORK, June 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. Department of Humor is celebrating its official launch at http://www.USDOH.tv, where viewers can tune in daily to enjoy curated videos selected to be both family-friendly and laugh-out-loud entertaining.
USDOH provides one hilarious video and one incredible video each day along with commentary from comedienne Nancy Witter, best known as a finalist on Nick at Nite's "Search for America's Funniest Mom," who portrays the fanciful U.S. Secretary of Humor. Serving families and frustrated web surfers alike, the USDOH staff hand-screens its daily videos to ensure their content is safe, fun, and entertaining for all audiences.
"Laughter is something that everyone on the web should have access to regardless of age and without any fear of encountering explicit material," said Witter. "We're going to prove to the world that decent and appropriate videos provide great entertainment, and we'll offer a great service in the process."
Nancy has teamed up with Reggie Brown, America's premier impersonator of President Obama, for the site's highly anticipated public launch. Brown will star as the President in an address from the Oval Office, where he will introduce Witter as the newly appointed Secretary of Humor and officially open the website to the public.
U.S. Department of Humor is a family-friendly video website with the benevolent mission of providing safe, appropriate, and truly outstanding videos daily to viewers of all ages.
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