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This hourlong show is an edited version of the previous day's live video chat on TMZ, which features site founder Harvey Levin and others discussing the day's celebrity and entertainment news. Besides news, it provides a candid look at how the gossip site operates, bringing viewers into the site's newsroom, where the daily chats take place. "TMZ Live" allows viewers to present their opinions on the featured topics through social media, phone calls and video chat.

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