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  1. ‘Welcome To The Wayne,’ A Nickelodeon Show Adapted From A Web Series, Arrives On TV

    07.25 / 00:45 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    Nickelodeon has given one of its original web series a chance to shine on TV. Welcome to the Wayne, which began as a digital program in 2014, had its TV premiere at 5:30 PM ET on Monday, July 24. Welcome to the Wayne follows the adventures of three friends who explore their New York City apartment building, which is filled with all sorts of supernatural phenomena. Billy Lopez, who created the show and provides one of its primary voices, previously gained experience working on another…
  2. Facebook’s Acquisition Of Rights Management Company Could Be Big For Its Anti-Piracy Efforts

    07.25 / 00:45 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    In 2015, as Facebook's video traffic increased, some creators and executives criticized it for not doing enough to combat a practice known as "freebooting," through which pirates re-upload viral videos on their own channels and gain free exposure from the resulting views and shares. The social giant by launching its own rights management software, a la YouTube's Content ID, but freebooting remains a serious enough problem that creators have delivered entire presentations on their…
  3. YouTube Stars Adam Saleh, Slim Albaher Travel To India To Help Nonprofit Build Schools

    07.24 / 23:45 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    In 2017, a coalition led by social media stars like Jérôme Jarre has raised millions to support impoverished communities as part of the so-called "Love Army" campaign. Now, another pair of YouTubers are launching their own effort to help out in the developing world. Adam Saleh and Slim Albaher have posted vlogs and a corresponding GoFundMe campaign in support of Effect.org, a nonprofit organization that builds schools for underprivileged populations in nations like India. In their vlogs, S…
  4. Following Disney Channel Exit, Jake Paul Joins LiveXLive As Contributing Creator

    07.24 / 23:45 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    When one door closes, another opens. Fresh off his abrupt exit from the hit Disney Channel show Bizaardvark on the heels of a viral legal battle with his neighbors, the highly polarizing digital star Jake Paul has joined music-focused streaming video platform LiveXLive as a contributing social editor and content creator. As the latest member of the platform's social ambassador program, Paul joins previously announced contributors Amanda Cerny and Andrew ‘King Bach’ Bachelor. In this new r…
  5. Justin Long Parodies Social Media Celebrities In Funny Or Die’s First Amazon Prime-Exclusive Series

    07.24 / 21:33 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    As it celebrates its tenth year of activity, Funny or Die is continue to push its brand in new directions. The comedy platform's latest project is called The Real Stephen Blatt, and it is the first Funny Or Die series to be distributed exclusively through Amazon Prime. The Real Stephen Blatt stars Justin Long as the titular character. The first episode begins with Blatt acquiring his first iPhone, and the series follows his progression from a kid with a dream to a bonafide social media…
  6. Portal A Unveils Eight-Series Slate Featuring Jay Versace, Miles McKenna

    07.24 / 21:33 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    Nineteen-year-old Vine star-turned-YouTube phenom Jay Versace and trans creator Miles McKenna are at the center of Portal A’s slate of roughly 40 original pilots currently in development -- eight of which the San Francisco-headquartered digital studio unveiled this afternoon. McKenna, who counts a total of 1.5 million social followers, will star in We Out Here, a reality series in which the 21-year-old will travel across the country to help newly out people of all ages plan a dream c…
  7. TheCHIVE Increases Its Video Output With A Docu-Series About Blue Collar Workers

    07.24 / 18:26 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    TheCHIVE is the latest digital media company with a big appetite for video. The website known for distributing viral images has launched Blue Collar, a web series that profiles professionals who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty. The first episode of Blue Collar heads to San Marcos, Texas, where we meet Jay Gordon, who makes old-school neon and metal signs. Gordon is a foul-mouthed, chain-smoking chip off the old block whose badass sensibilities are likely to appeal to the millennial…
  8. GloZell Green Unveils ‘GloBugz!’, A New YouTube Destination For Kids

    07.24 / 18:26 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    GloZell Green has today unveiled a brand new YouTube venture called GloBugz!, an educational destination for kids comprising nursery rhymes, comedy videos, and a ‘Kidsplaining’ segment in which children will drop knowledge on the 44-year-old vlogger. GloBugz!, first announced all the way back in 2015, is available on both YouTube and the YouTube Kids app. It is designed for children aged two to six, according to its channel description, and focuses on movement and song as educational too…
  9. Korea’s 3 Largest Broadcasters Launch U.S. Streaming Service For K-Dramas, K-Pop

    07.24 / 16:24 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    Three of Korea’s largest TV broadcasters have teamed together to launch a stateside streaming service called Kocowa, which will air popular Korean Dramas (K-Dramas), variety shows, and K-Pop programming. The streaming service, which stands for Korean Contents Wave, comes care of KCP Global -- a joint venture between Korean broadcasters KBS, MBC, and SBS. Shows will air in the U.S. -- with translations -- roughly six hours after they premiere in Korea, including popular dramas like School 2…
  10. Jake Paul Exits Disney Channel Show ‘Bizaardvark’

    07.24 / 15:22 tubefilter.com Tubefilter.com - TV&Movies
    Jake Paul is still your everyday bro, but he now lacks that Disney channel flow. The 20-year-old burgeoning social media star with over 8.8 million subscribers on YouTube, 8.7 million followers on Instagram, and 1.1 million followers on Twitter is leaving the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark midway through its ongoing second season. Paul played Dirk Mann, one of the five main characters on the program, who stars in the fictionalized in-show Dare Me Bro series. He also arguably had the…