Hannah and Eliza Reilly new web series Sheilas set to premiere next month

July 24, 2018

The newest web series created by sisters Hannah and Eliza Reilly (Growing Up Graceful) will be known as Sheilas, and is set to premiere later next month and the 21st of August.... Continue Reading

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Multiple outlets confirm an active shooting at YouTube HQ

April 4, 2018

Multiple news outlets are reporting that YouTube’s San Bruno, California headquarters is currently under lockdown with local police indicating an shooter is active within the building.

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Here’s your first look at the Aussie gaming and mental health webseries CheckPoint, kicking off January 29

January 16, 2018

Back in May last year, we covered the final stages of the CheckPoint Kickstarter. The Kickstarter ultimately reached its goal, allowing the Aussie non-profit CheckPoint to begin production on a planned web series about the intersection between video games and mental health. The show premieres in just under two weeks but here’s a little sneak peek […]

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Film Review: Haus of Pain (USA, 2017) is an amusing, heartfelt love letter to wrestling and chasing your dream

May 22, 2017

Do you ever sit back and take stock of your life, and wonder how things might have been if you followed another path? A path you were so adamant you’d pursue at some point? This is the premise for Rooster Teeth’s newest documentary Haus of Pain which sees James Willems of the popular YouTube channel […]

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Director Ryan Chamley & actor Paul Moore talk about their new Australian comedy YouTube series Rostered On and experiences in retail hell

May 9, 2017

If you have ever had to deal with customers (or know someone who has), then you need to get on board with the hilarious new Australian comedy series Rostered On, which is now streaming on YouTube.... Continue Reading

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YouTube adds HDR support ahead of PS4 Pro launch

November 8, 2016

According to an announcement on the official company blog, YouTube now supports high-dynamic range (or HDR) colour in videos uploaded to the site. The change comes only days in advance of the launch of the PlayStation 4 Pro console.

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