Sheen Broadcasts Internet Show

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March 6, 2011 | 6:30pm EST

Embattled TV star Charlie Sheen launched his own Internet TV show on Saturday and spent an hour rambling on about his life and loves.
At one point, the Two and a Half Men star had 116,000 viewers.

During the Ustream.TV show, titled Sheen’s Korner, the actor chatted with friends and frolicked with girlfriend Natalie Kenly. He also showed off a new tattoo on his arm – the word ‘winning’, which he has used countless times in TV and radio interviews as he wages a war of words with the producers of his hit sitcom following their decision, last month, to cancel the rest of the eighth season of the show – and his estranged wife Brooke Mueller.

Sheen also read from his book of published poetry and promoted a string of products direct to camera.

He enjoyed the experience so much, he told fans he’d like to stage Sheen’s Korner from his home daily – but there are no plans for any more broadcasts.

Sheen also hit the satellite airwaves on Friday and Saturday – bosses at Sirius XM dedicated 24 hours of programming to breaking news about the actor on the Tiger Blood Radio channel.

The initiative came after Sheen appeared on Howard Stern’s Sirius show this past week and the shock jock urged the actor to put a microphone in his home so he can speak to fans over the airwaves whenever he has something to say.

The embattled TV star has been a big hit on TV and radio this past week as he talks about his tumultuous personal life and professional problems – a candid interview with Sheen earned news show 20/20 its biggest ratings in two years when it aired on Tuesday night.