YouTube star Joe Penna -- better known to his 2.8 million followers as MysteryGuitarMan -- is set to direct the feature thriller Arctic, which is now in production. Penna also co-wrote the script, which is about a man stranded in the Arctic who must decide whether to remain in his camp or embark on a deadly trek, according to Deadline. Show More Summary
Location scouting sounds beaucoup glamorous, and I’m sure it is if you’re in Iceland scouting bleak, craggy landscapes for the next Westerosi battle, but if you’re scouting for a bottom-budget indie web series, even using the world “scouting” sounds funny. Show More Summary
In 2015, for the first time, the Let’s Play channel, which stars the members of Rooster Teeth’s Achievement Hunter crew, turned their show into a live experience. That event proved to be a such a hit that three more followed it the next year. Show More Summary
TYT Network, the leading progressive digital news network that’s home to The Young Turks flagship channel, has added The Humanist Report -- a fast-growing YouTube destination and podcast -- to its roster. The Humanist Report, launched...Show More Summary
Former Buzzfeed producer Chris Reinacher is launching today his very own YouTube channel in partnership with AwesomenessTV. Reinacher, who joined BuzzFeed in 2013 and co-created and appeared in countless popular series including Misheard...Show More Summary
The most-viewed video game on Twitch is League of Legends, and the people who spend millions of hours each month watching streamers play the popular multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) title can now take advantage of some new features. Show More Summary
Crackle, Sony’s ad-supported streaming service, announced today at the Upfronts that it's developing two scripted dramas executive produced by Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson. At the same time, Crackle announced the launch of a weekly highlights...Show More Summary
YouTube Live, a livestreaming feature that the video giant is gradually rolling out to all creators, has experienced enormous user growth over the past five months, according to a report by Streamlabs, far outpacing that of categoryShow More Summary
I just got back last night from a Legoland visit with my eldest son, and while I wish I had the time to bask in the glow of brick creation, I’m forced to prepare for another journey. In less than 24 hours, I’ll board a plane bound for Chicago, where Lar, Costello, Stone and […] The post On the Road Again appeared first on Least I Could Do.
It's a precarious time for professional creators. In all of my years of being an attorney for YouTubers, I've never heard clients more anxious and cynical about their futures. They're worried about drops in ad revenue, competition for...Show More Summary
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A Vimeo subsidiary is offering pre-roll ads to publishers who wish to use them. VHX, which lets users build their own subscription-based platforms in the over-the-top space, is giving partners to integrate pre-roll ads into those services...Show More Summary
Smosh, YouTube’s most indefatigable comedy brand, is getting ready for another suite of changes this summer. As a recent Mashable profile notes, the network led by Ian Hecox, Anthony Padilla, and the team at Defy Media plans to rebrand...Show More Summary
While Netflix may have had a massive hit with Dave Chappelle’s latest comedy special -- as it recruits more and more stand-up comedians to create programming for its service -- the streaming giant also hasn’t taken its eyes off of the...Show More Summary
It's our 15th installment of our weekly Tubefilter Chart of the Top 50 Live.me Broadcasters. We had an unbelievable response to our premiere edition, as industry insiders, established Live.me talent, and burgeoning broadcasters pored...Show More Summary
Lately, major companies have unleashed a wave of co-viewing apps, all of which are designed to give friends the tools they need to watch videos with one another remotely. First there was Houseparty, built by the team behind the broadcasting app Meerkat. Show More Summary