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Sheen hosts own webcast

The Charlie Sheen saga continued on Saturday as the "Two and a Half Men" actor hosted a 50-minute webcast called "Sheen's Korner," which featured what he called "winning" news."Winning" became his slogan when he established a Twitter account earlier this week."You're either in Sheen's Korner or with the trolls," Sheen's screen said ahead of the webcast.He opened with items about an eagle scout and
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The Charlie Sheen saga continued on Saturday as the "Two and a Half Men" actor hosted a 50-minute webcast called "Sheen's Korner," which featured what he called "winning" news.

"Winning" became his slogan when he established a Twitter account earlier this week.

"You're either in Sheen's Korner or with the trolls," Sheen's screen said ahead of the webcast.

He opened with items about an eagle scout and an eagle that survived a crash into a windshield.

The live stream, which he described as "a disorganized random experiment," came after a whirlwind week filled with media rants, the removal of his twin boys from his home on Tuesday and a temporary restraining order from estranged wife Brooke Mueller (also Tuesday).

On the show wtih Sheen were his assistant Rick Calamaro, his "goddess" Rachel Oberlin and another friend.

More than 110,000 people were clicked on the Internet during the broadcast but viewership waned before it concluded. The show, which originated in Sheen's Sherman Oaks, Calif., home, generated more than 60,000 tweets.