Discovery Digital Networks


Discovery Digital Networks is a San Francisco based multi-channel Internet television and digital cable network that creates, produces and distributes Web television shows on niche topics. It Operates as the online video arm of Discovery Communications since icts acquisition in May 2012. [3] It Operates as the provider for 6 separate “networks” Revision3 , TestTube , Animalist , Seeker, the DeFranco Network and Rev3Games . [4] As of December 2016, Discovery Digital Networks has a new company named Group Nine Media . [5] Continue reading

Revision3


Revision3 was a San Francisco-based multi-channel Internet television network that created, produced and distributed Web television shows on niche topics. Founded in 2005, it operated as a subsidiary of Discovery Digital Networks since 2012.[2] The network produced technology and gaming oriented programming in tandem with traditional comedic, political, DIY, and movie-related content. On March 31, 2017, Discovery Communications closed the website. Revision3 links now redirect to Seeker. Continue reading

Jay Adelson

Jay Adelson (born Jay Steven Adelson, September 7, 1970) is an American Internet entrepreneur.[1] In 2014 Jay co-founded Center Electric with Andy Smith.[2] In 2013 he founded Opsmatic, a technology company that improves productivity on operations teams.[3] In 2015 Opsmatic was bought by New Relic.[4] Adelson’s Internet career includes Netcom, DEC’s Palo Alto Internet Exchange, co-founder of Equinix, Revision3 and Digg, and CEO of SimpleGeo, Inc.[5][6] In 2008, Adelson was named a member of Time Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential People in the World [7] and was listed as a finalist on the same list in 2009.[8] Continue reading

Alex Albrecht

Alexander Jennings Albrecht (born August 14, 1976) is an American television personality, actor and podcaster. He is Known for co-hosting the form G4techTV television program The Screen Savers , an hour-long computer and technology variety show, as well as the weekly podcast Diggnation and the weekday podcast The Totally Rad Show on the Revision3network. On July 15, 2008, he released his new podcast / website Project Lore , all about World of Warcraft . Albrecht has shown a penchant for dressing up as Street Fighter, most recently appearing as Guile. Continue reading

Veronica Belmont

Veronica Ann Belmont (born July 21, 1982) is an online media personality. She was formally the co-host of the Revision3 show Tekzilla alongside Patrick Norton . Veronica was the co-host of the forming TWiT.tv gaming show Game On! Along with Brian Brushwood , and the form host of the monthly PlayStation 3 -based video on demand program Qore . Additionally, she was the host for the Mahalo Daily podcast and a producer and associate editor for CNET Networks, Inc. where she produced, engineered, and hosted the Buzz Out Loud podcast . [1] Continue reading

Brian Brushwood

Brian Allen Brushwood (born January 17, 1975) is an American magician , podcaster , author , lecturer and comedian . Brushwood is known for the series Scam School , a show where he teaches the audience entertaining tricks at bars so they can “scam” a free drink from their friends. In addition to Scam School, Brushwood co-hosts the podcasts Weird Things with Andrew Mayne and Justin Robert Young , Cordkillers with Tom Merritt , and Night Attack with Young. Brushwood was also a regular guest on this Week in Tech podcast. Brushwood performs his Bizarre Magic stage show across the United States and is the author of six books. Brushwood also co-hosts a YouTube show with Jason Murphy called The Modern Rogue. Brushwood HAS Appeared one national television Numerous times we Including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno , CNN and the Food Network . Continue reading

Diggnation

Diggnation was Revision3’s flagship video podcast produced weekly. It was hosted by Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht , Who HAD Previously hosted TechTV ‘s The Screen Saverstogether. Its main purpose was to discuss some of the top stories from Digg , the social news and bookmarking website developed by Rose and others. The first episode “aired” online on July 1, 2005. The Rose and Albrecht reviewing beverages, mostly beer, but occasionally tea, coffee, hard liquors like Vodka or Whiskey at the opening of the show, which they Consumed throughout the show, David Glenn McElhose and David Glenn McClelland. Both audio and video versions of the podcast are available from Revision3 for streaming or downloading in various formats. Continue reading

Epic Meal Time

Epic Meal Time is a Canadian YouTube cooking show Known for Creating extremely high-calorie meals, Generally out of meat products (with Particular emphasis is bacon ) and Including alcohol (especially Jack Daniel’s ). It debuted in October 2010, and since then it started to release an episode every Tuesday. [1] It is hosted by Harley Morenstein and a group of his friends. They are now represented by The Gersh Agency and Brillstein-Gray Entertainment , [2] and have signed with multi-channel Collective Digital Studio . [3] Epic Meal Time won the 2011 Shorty Award in the Food Category. [4] [5] Continue reading

iFanboy

IFanboy is a weekly audio podcast that focuses on comic books , comic book publishing, and comic book creators. It stars Josh Flanagan, Ron Richards, and Conor Kilpatrick. [1] [2]The first episode of the audio podcast was released on November 2, 2005, and the first episode of the video podcast on January 17, 2007. [3] [4] They were bought by the Boulder-based Graphic .ly in 2010 to add the ready-built community of iFanboy to Their digital comics platform. [5] In early 2013, iFanboys amicably split from Graphic.ly and once again became an independently run website by the iFanboys. Shortly there after, Ron Richards – A founder of the site and podcast – Stepped down for a position at the Image Comics . [6] On September 1, 2013, Flanagan and Kilpatrick issued a statement announcing a back-up of day-to-day operations on the iFanboy website. [7] New content – new features Despite scaling back the content, they plan to continue the weekly podcast and infrequent Book- and Talksplodes, with Paul Montgomery. In 2014, Montgomery left iFanboy for the website Panels. In 2015, Ron Richards who had left Image comics returned to iFanboy. The original iFanboys continues on the podcast. [6] On September 1, 2013, Flanagan and Kilpatrick issued a statement announcing a back-up of day-to-day operations on the iFanboy website. [7] New content – new features Despite scaling back the content, they plan to continue the weekly podcast and infrequent Book- and Talksplodes, with Paul Montgomery. In 2014, Montgomery left iFanboy for the website Panels. In 2015, Ron Richards who had left Image comics returned to iFanboy. The original iFanboys continues on the podcast. [6] On September 1, 2013, Flanagan and Kilpatrick issued a statement announcing a back-up of day-to-day operations on the iFanboy website. [7] New content – new features Despite scaling back the content, they plan to continue the weekly podcast and infrequent Book- and Talksplodes, with Paul Montgomery. In 2014, Montgomery left iFanboy for the website Panels. In 2015, Ron Richards who had left Image comics returned to iFanboy. The original iFanboys continues on the podcast. Feature articles, previews and the new comic pull list – would no longer be created. Despite scaling back the content, they plan to continue the weekly podcast and infrequent Book- and Talksplodes, with Paul Montgomery. In 2014, Montgomery left iFanboy for the website Panels. In 2015, Ron Richards who had left Image comics returned to iFanboy. The original iFanboys continues on the podcast. Feature articles, previews and the new comic pull list – would no longer be created. Despite scaling back the content, they plan to continue the weekly podcast and infrequent Book- and Talksplodes, with Paul Montgomery. In 2014, Montgomery left iFanboy for the website Panels. In 2015, Ron Richards who had left Image comics returned to iFanboy. The original iFanboys continues on the podcast. Continue reading

Luria Petrucci

Luria Petrucci (born January 25, 1981 [1] ), Also Known As Cali Lewis , [2] is an American Podcast and Internet personality Known best for her GeekBeat.TV podcasts (video), [3]GeekBrief.TV (video) , GeekBeat LIVE (video), [4] and her guest host on Call for Help . In 2007 she made a comeo appearance in a commercial TV for GoDaddy.com which aired during the Super Bowl . [5] Luria Petrucci’s social media presence includes a variety of platforms including Twitter, Continue reading

Dan Trachtenberg

Dan Trachtenberg is an American filmmaker and podcast host. He directed the 2016 film 10 Cloverfield Lane . Trachtenberg was one of three hosts of the Totally Rad Show and a co-host of Geekdrome . Both programs were hosted at Revision3 . Trachtenberg is also the director of the 2011 short film Portal: No Escape , an episode of Black Mirror entitled ” Playtest” and the director of various commercial television and public service announcements. Continue reading

Gary Vaynerchuk

Gary Vaynerchuk ( Russian : Гари (Геннадий) Вайнерчук ) (born Gennady Vaynerchuk [4] [5] on November 14, 1975) is an American serial entrepreneur, four-time New York Timesbestselling author, speaker and Internationally reconnu internet personality. [6] [7] First Known as a leading wine critic Who Grew His family’s wine business from $ 3 million to $ 60 million, [8] [9] Vaynerchuk is best Known As a digital marketing and social media pioneer at the helm of New York-based VaynerMedia and VaynerX. [10] [11] Continue reading