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Toy Industry Association Debuts ‘Genius Of Play’ Video Series

Young YouTube stars may influence the popularity of specific toy brands, but the Toy Industry Association (TIA) is out to prove those same play things have a profound impact on the children reviewing them. The Association has launched...Show More Summary

Indie Spotlight: ‘Crime Scene’ Is More Than Just An ‘NCIS’ Parody

Shows like CSI and NCIS are ripe for parody, as this clip proves pretty much on its own. The challenge, for web comedians who wish to poke fun at those series, is to create a series that goes beyond camera enhancement jokes and David Caruso one-liners. Show More Summary

YouTube, Halfbrick To Launch Web Series Based On ‘Fruit Ninja’

YouTube will soon bring the pulpy action of Fruit Ninja to viewers. Google’s online video site has teamed with Australian-based Fruit Ninja developer Halfbrick Studios for a web series based on the wildly popular game, which currently...Show More Summary

YouTube Reportedly Struggling With Details Of Paid Subscription Service

For the past eight months, YouTube has teased its plan to launch a paid subscription service that would run adjacent to the ad-based model that makes up its bread-and-butter. That service is on its way, but according to a new report from The Information, YouTube has encountered a few hitches. Show More Summary

CaptainSparklez’s Mobile Game Company Crowdfunds Capital Through StartEngine

Jordan Maron’s mobile gaming company XREAL can now get funding directly from fans. The YouTube star, better known as CaptainSparklez, has partnered with StartEngine, a Kickstarter-like investing platform, to help raise capital for his...Show More Summary

Streamy Awards Submission Deadline Extended To July 3, 2015

Digital creators have a little bit more time to submit their work to the Streamy Awards. The deadline for submitting a web series, branded campaign, or other online video-related project for consideration for an award has been extended...Show More Summary

YouTube, Vimeo Show Support For Supreme Court’s Gay Marriage Decision

Online video platforms YouTube and Vimeo have long stood as staunch supporters of the LGBT rights movement, and in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage nationwide, both sites have taken a moment to reaffirm...Show More Summary

Comedy Central To Stream All ‘Daily Show’ Episodes

Jon Stewart is finishing up his 16 years as host of The Daily Show. To celebrate and honor Stewart’s legacy, Comedy Central is live streaming all episodes of The Daily Show in a monthlong broadcast starting on June 26, 2015. The “Your Month of Zen” live stream will begin with Stewart’s first-ever episode of The Daily Show from January 11, 1999. Show More Summary

Michelle Phan’s Icon Network Launches App For Amazon Fire TV

Amazon’s year-old set-top box is building up its library by connecting with the YouTube community. YouTube star, beauty vlogger, and entrepreneur Michelle Phan will bring her Icon Network to Amazon Fire TV, thanks to a new app builtShow More Summary

YouTube Millionaires: Evelina Aims “To Make Fashion Inclusive And Accessible”

In a YouTube landscape filled with fashion and beauty vloggers, Evelina Barry does her best to stand out. On her mononymous YouTube channel, the 26-year-old content creator shares everything from DIY projects to new looks to explorations of her Russian heritage with her subscribers, who now number more than one million. Show More Summary

Tumblr Debuts Tumblr TV Site, Allows Channel Creation

Tumblr is featuring GIFs through a site dedicated to the animated pictures. The Yahoo-owned micro-blogging platform has launched Tumblr TV, where site users can more easily discover and search for trending GIFs, as well as create their...Show More Summary

TBS Orders Funny Or Die Competition-Reality Series About Weathercasters

TBS is taking a comedic cue from Funny or Die. The traditional TV network has picked up the competition-reality series Funny or Die Presents America’s Next Weatherman from the digital media company and Mark Burnett’s United Artists Media...Show More Summary

Feeln Orders Food Talk Show ‘Breaking Bread With Brooke Burke’

Feeln has a new original series for subscribers who love food. The Santa Monica-based, family-friendly streaming service, owned by Hallmark, has ordered and started production on its first lifestyle talk show Breaking Bread with Brooke...Show More Summary

Huffington Post To Fill 24-Hour News Network With TV, Movies

The 24-hour news network is coming to the Internet. The Huffington Post, which currently delivers video through its live streaming HuffPost Live platform, will expand its operations with a 24-hour online video news network. The newsShow More Summary

Netflix’s ‘Narcos’ To Premiere Globally On August 28th

Netflix has set a release date for it upcoming original series Narcos. The cocaine culture drama will debut on the streaming platform for worldwide subscribers on August 28, 2015. Narcos tells the story of the infamous drug lord Pablo...Show More Summary

Nerdist, Geek & Sundry, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls Plan “Conival” For Comic-Con

Comic-Con International will return to San Diego between July 9th and July 12th, and three of Legendary’s digital properties will be there in full force. During the four days of Comic-Con, Nerdist, Geek & Sundry, and Amy Poehler’s Smart...Show More Summary

Amazon’s ‘Transparent’ Gets Third Season Before Beginning Its Second

Amazon Video’s most lauded show still doesn’t have a release date for its second season, but that’s not stopping the premium video platform from making an even larger investment. Amazon has picked up Transparent, Jill Soloway’s dramedy...Show More Summary

New AI Builds Video Game Levels After Watching YouTube Videos

  Gaming channels on YouTube pull in billions of views each month, but human beings aren’t alone in their appreciation of Let’s Play videos. Researchers... Visit Tubefilter for more great stories.

Lionsgate Hires EVP, GM For Comic-Con Subscription Video Service

Lionsgate and Comic-Con International have a new hire to lead their joint video-on-demand subscription service. Seth Laderman will lead the initiative as its new Executive Vice President and General Manager. Laderman will be responsible for developing programming for the Comic-Con streaming service. Show More Summary

BuzzFeed May Be Looking To Create TV Shows

BuzzFeed may soon start showing up on your television. The viral web content producer and media publication is reportedly looking to get into the television industry with its own branded shows. According to the Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed...Show More Summary

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