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Medium Sits Down With Jason Segel on Its First Web Video Series

Most people see Medium as a place ruled by the written word, but the blog platform doesn't want to be limited to plain text. It recently launched Foreword, its first video Web series, featuring conversations with famous writers.

Weird Al’s Comeback Claims Two Spots on Weekly YouTube Top 10

Master satirist Weird Al Yankovic recently came back on people's radars with his grammar-themed Word Crimes, a School House Rock version of Blurred Lines.

How ‘Honest Trailers’ Picks (and Profits From) the Movies It Skewers

Whether it's pointing out the litany of forgettable characters on Game of Thrones or how Queen Elsa of Frozen is really a manic-depressive with god-like powers,

Picking Up Girls With Lamborghini Web Video Speaks Volumes

Is the best pickup line a fancy ride? If YouTube content creator VitalyzdTV’s clip of him wordlessly inviting women into his Lamborghini is any indicator, then a luxury vehicle is the best way to woo a lady. 

Geek & Sundry Goes Big With San Diego Comic-Con Activations

Digital entertainment company Geek & Sundry is gearing up for a jam-packed schedule during this year's San Diego Comic-Con International, starting with a hosted space where its fans can meet the network's stars and see upcoming previews.

Univision Debuts Its First English-Language Video Network for Millennials

Univision is launching an English-language video channel today called TheFlama.com with an eye on Hispanics between ages 15 and 30.

Meet Watch Awards Talent Judge Amber J. Lawson

Entrepreneur and producer Amber J. Lawson has made a career out of spotting innovative ways to create content online. Recently, she’s noticed that it’s not just the the average joe coming up with good ideas: Brands are cashing in on the action, too.

Chivas and Esquire Team Up with Jason Sudeikis for ‘Gentlemen’ Web Video Series

Chivas Regal is running its first-ever branded Web video series called "Brotherhood" through Dec.