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Glad Challenges YouTube Vet Grace Helbig To Create An Instagram-Worthy Dish While Offroading

Grace Helbig’s latest YouTube video sees her valiantly attempt to Press’n Seal her way to success in a wild cooking adventure.

The veteran comedian, who has 2.8 million subscribers on the platform and is perhaps best known for her various projects with longtime collaborator Mamrie Hart, today unveiled the Moving Kitchen Challenge, sponsored by Glad. In the video, Helbig has to use a well-stocked, fully kitted-out kitchen to put together a beautiful, Instagram-worthy poke bowl. Not too hard, right?

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Grace Helbig, Mamrie Hart, Griffin McElroy To Headline Rtx’s Comedy Programming

Rooster Teeth’s Austin, Texas-based convention Rtx has announced this year’s comedy programming.

The lineup features the cast of CollegeHumor’s Dimension 20 (with special guest Griffin McElroy), YouTubers Mamrie Hart and Grace Helbig with their podcast This Might Get Weird, and an exclusive early screening of Stuber, 20th Century Fox’s upcoming comedy starring Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani.

Rtx -- which is in its ninth year -- takes place July 5 to 7. Comedy programming kicks off July 5 with a live version of CollegeHumor’s Dungeons & Dragons series Dimension 20. The series’ first season released on CollegeHumor’s subscription service Dropout last year, and chronicled dungeon master Brennan Lee Mulligan running a fantasy high school campaign for cast members Emily Axford, Brian Murphy, Ally Beardsley, Zac Oyama, and Siobhan Thompson.

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Kathy Griffin to host Shorty Awards

Actress-comedian Kathy Griffin is set to host this year's Shorty Awards, which honour the best of social media by recognising the influencers, brands and organisations on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat, Musically and more. Griffin is also a finalist this year in the best celebrity category, where she will compete alongside popular names such as Joe Biden, Jonah Hill, Reese Witherspoon and Russell Brand.

"The Shorty Awards honour all that is unique, cutting-edge, diverse and unpredictable," Griffin said, reports hollywoodreporter.com.

"...I couldn't be more excited that this year I am not only a nominee but also the proud host. The categories, similar to the digital world we all now live in, go from the ridiculously fun to the supremely sublime."

Winners are chosen through a combination of votes from the public and scores given by the Real Time Academy.

Shorty Awards organisers added: "Over the past year, Kathy has
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Grace Helbig And Mamrie Hart Turn To Patreon For ‘This Might Get Weird’ Podcast

Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart are the latest YouTube stars to hop on the Patreon bandwagon in a bid to find financial backing for their axed YouTube series-turned-podcast This Might Get Weird.

The longtime collaborators explained in an announcement video (below) that they are seeking fan support after This Might Get was cancelled by Studio71, and they no longer have the production support of a major digital network. Therefore, the two comedians and BFFs want to foster a fan-based community around the new podcast, which comprises unfiltered weekly catch-up sessions.

“Grace and I have been doing YouTube for a long-ass time," Hart says, "and the people who have been watching us for a while have grown up, too. We don't want to only talk about things that just seem appropriate to a YouTube algorithm.”

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Podcast Debuts By Alisha Marie And Remi Cruz, Grace Helbig And Mamrie Hart Top iTunes Charts

Two YouTuber duos scored impressive debuts this week with the launch of new podcast ventures -- illuminating the unique role that digital creators can play within the burgeoning medium, as well as their magnetic ability to port engaged followers to new platforms.

Alisha Marie McDonal and Remi Cruz’s gossipy Pretty Basic podcast, launched last Wednesday, as well as Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart’s This Might Get Weird -- an audio-only resurrection of their cancelled YouTube talk show -- peaked at the No. 1 spot overall and No. 2 spot in the 'Comedy' category on the U.S. iTunes charts this week, respectively.

McDonal and Cruz, two best friends and lifestyle vloggers with a collective 24 million followers across all social platforms, dish on YouTube life behind-the-scenes in Pretty Basic, which is currently at the No. 2 position on iTunes. However, the show -- which comes care of Ramble, a venture formed by
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YouTube Documentarian Shane Dawson Wins Big At Streamy Awards For ‘TanaCon’ Series

Shane Dawson has had a massive year on YouTube with the launch of several multi-part docuseries -- and those ventures did not go unnoticed at the eighth annual Streamy Awards, where Dawson won in the ‘Documentary’ category for The Truth About TanaCon as well as the audience-voted ‘Creator Of The Year’ award. (Dawson's TanaCon series also took home an award for ‘Editing’ that was not presented during last night’s live YouTube broadcast).

This year's Streamys, hosted by The Try Guys -- with group member Eugene Yee Lang decked out in full drag -- also featured trophy presenter Charo changing into multiple showstopping outfits throughout the evening. And with the midterm elections just around the corner, several onstage presenters -- including Mamrie Hart, Grace Helbig, Liza Koshy, and DeStorm Power -- urged Streamys viewers to get out and vote.

Other notable winners last night included ‘Breakout Creator’ Emma Chamberlain, David Dobrik
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What Time Are The 2018 Streamy Awards Airing? Right Now. Here’s How To Watch.

That’s right — the eighth annual Streamy Awards are officially here, showcasing the best and brightest in online video. The Streamys, which are put on by dick clark productions and Tubefilter, are being presented this year in partnership with YouTube. So, of course, they’re streaming in full on the awards’ dedicated YouTube channel right now.

Those who tune in will be treated to some of YouTube’s most powerful voices — the winners, yes, but also the hosts and presenters. This year’s Streamys are being hosted by none other than powerhouse creative group The Try Guys, aka Ned Fulmer, Eugene Lee Yang, Keith Habersberger, and Zach Kornfeld, who in June struck out from BuzzFeed to launch their own production studio, 2nd Try LLC.

The Try Guys will be joined by a swath of YouTube sensations and celebrity presenters, including Kalen Allen, BlameItOnKway, Molly Burke, Dobre Brothers, Miles Brown, Sofie Dossi,
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Streamy Awards Honor 24 Winners In Prelims To 8th Annual Event

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The winners of 24 Streamy Awards were unveiled tonight at the Streamys Premiere Awards at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. The evening was hosted by BlameItOnKway and Montana Tucker in advance of the 8th annual Streamy Awards, which will be streamed live globally Monday at 9 Pm Et/6 Pm Pt from the Beverly Hilton.

The Streamys honor the best in online video and the creators behind it, bringing together the biggest names in online video for a night of celebration, discovery, and meaningful recognition. 2018 also marks the first ever “Streamys Brand Awards,” in partnership with the Interactive Advertising Bureau, and the second year of “The Purpose Awards @ the Streamys,” which honors individuals and organizations who use online video and social media to amplify their message, foster engagement and participation, and make a greater, more meaningful impact.

Additional categories to be announced Monday include Creator of the Year, Show of the Year,
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Metro PR Hires Dana Block As Svp, Talks Digital-First Movement And The Culture Of Entertainment PR

Metro Public Relations, a 12-year-old female owned-and-operated PR and brand marketing firm that was one of the first arrivers to the online video space, has tapped digital PR vet Dana Block to serve as its Svp of digital entertainment and consumer technology.

Metro’s client roster includes noteworthy players from all corners of the industry, including major film studios, Kevin Hart and Lionsgate’s Laugh Out Loud network, talent firm Select Management Group, Group Nine Media, World of Wonder Productions, inspirational publisher SoulPancake, Fine Brothers Entertainment (Fbe), Univision Creator Network, beauty brand Morphe Cosmetics, VidCon, RuPaul’s DragCon and BeautyCon.

Metro also represents producers, traditional and digital talent including NBA All Star Baron Davis, Insecure’s Amanda Seales, Rick & Morty creator Dan Harmon, The Simpson’s Yeardley Smith along with her ProdCo Paperclip, Angela Kinsey, Colleen Ballinger, Patrick Starrr, Alyson Stoner, Hannah Hart, Mamrie Hart, and more.

Block, given her
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Mamrie Hart And Grace Helbig YouTube Show ‘This Might Get’ Gets Axed, But Will Live On As A Podcast

YouTube veterans Mamrie Hart and Grace Helbig have announced their YouTube show This Might Get has been abruptly cancelled just after crossing the 150 episode mark.

But for fans, all is not lost: the pair, who are longtime BFFs and collaborators also announced that they plan to start a podcast version of the series, called This Might Get Weird, which will start airing sometime this week, with additional episodes rolling out weekly on Soundcloud and iTunes. Like This Might Get before it, This Might Get Weird is named after the pair’s long-running live stand-up show, This Might Get Weird, Y’all.

This Might Get began production when Helbig left her previous studio Fullscreen to join Studio71, where it was reported that she and Hart would develop a YouTube talk show. The series ran every weekday for seven months. Per internal Tubefilter data, the series’ viewership held steady from beginning to end,
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Streamy Awards Set The Try Guys As Hosts, Announce Presenters

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Streamy Awards Set The Try Guys As Hosts, Announce Presenters
Exclusive: The comedy team known as The Try Guys have been set as the hosts of the 8th Annual Streamy Awards while Eva Gutowski, Mamrie Hart, Grace Helbig, Liza Koshy, LaurDIY, Tana Mongeau, and Patrick Starrr have been announced as presenters. The Stream Awards will take place at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills and will air exclusively on YouTube Oct. 22 at 9 Pm Et/6 Pm Pt.

Nominated for two Streamy Awards this year, The Try Guys includes Keith Habersberger, Ned Fulmer, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang. They are best known as one of BuzzFeed’s most successful viral video creators. The quartet formed their own independent production company 2nd Try. As their name suggests, they are known for “trying” everything from swimming with sharks to using a labor pain simulator.

The Streamy Awards nominations were unveiled last week with David Dobrik leading the pack with six nominations, while veteran
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Reese Witherspoon to Lead CAA Author Panel In Step with Brooklyn Book Festival

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Reese Witherspoon to Lead CAA Author Panel In Step with Brooklyn Book Festival
Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon is leading an author program from talent agency CAA at this year’s Brooklyn Book Festival.

Titled “Let’s Discuss Live,” the afternoon of conversation will be curated by the Hollywood and sports agency to “bring readers together with some of today’s most relevant storytellers, thought leaders, entertainers, and innovators for a series of dynamic conversations.”

DeRay Mckesson, civil rights activist and host of “Pod Save the People,” as well as authors Jenny Han and Jessica Knoll will be featured in additional chats when the event takes place on September 16 in New York.

Also Read: CAA Creates Online Database for TV Writers of Color

The afternoon includes:

Witherspoon in conversation with bestselling author and comedian Mamrie Hart to discuss their Southern roots and the inspiration behind Reese’s first book, “Whiskey in a Teacup.”

Jenny Han, the New York Times bestselling-author of the “To
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CAA Sets Rare Public Event With Reese Witherspoon, Jenny Han Among Attendees

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CAA has set a new consumer-driven event, Let’s Discuss Live, an afternoon of programming designed to bring readers together with some of today’s most relevant storytellers, thought leaders, entertainers, and innovators for a series of conversations about what’s new and next in the world of books.

Let’s Discuss Live will be held Sept. 16, 2018, in New York City during the Brooklyn Book Festival.

The event marks a rarity for talent agencies, which rarely open their doors to the public.

The lineup will be highlighted by Reese Witherspoon in conversation with bestselling author and comedian Mamrie Hart to discuss their Southern roots and the inspiration behind Witherspoon’s first book, “Whiskey in a Teacup,” before it goes on sale to the public.

“Let’s Discuss Live creates an opportunity for our dynamic authors to gather and explore the themes of their books, alongside readers who want to hear
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Reese Witherspoon, Jenny Han, DeRay Mckesson, Mark Manson In ‘Let’s Discuss’ Mode

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Reese Witherspoon, Jenny Han, DeRay Mckesson, Mark Manson In ‘Let’s Discuss’ Mode
CAA has set a list of client authors for Let’s Discuss Live, an event that will be held at Brooklyn’s William Vale Hotel September 16 as part of the Brooklyn Book Festival. They will be selling tickets to the public through LetsDiscussLIVE.com.

Among those clients with new books who’ll be speaking are:

Reese Witherspoon, who’ll pair with author/comedian Mamrie Hart to discuss their Southern roots and the inspiration behind Witherspoon’s debut book, Whiskey In A Teacup;

Jenny Han, author of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy, will pair with Jessica Knoll, author of The Favorite Sister and Luckiest Girl Alive, in a talk about adapting bestsellers into films. Han’s trilogy debuts on Netflix August 17;

Save the People podcast host DeRay Mckesson, author of the upcoming On The Other Side Of Freedom: The Case For Hope, will discuss the intersection of culture,
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Jimmy Kimmel Enlists Goddaughter To Teach Him About YouTube Beauty Tutorials

Jimmy Kimmel’s foray into YouTube culture in recent years has been a bit of a mixed bag. The late-night host received substantial backlash in 2015 when he poked fun at the 'Let’s Play' genre, in which viewers watch other people play video games. Shortly after receiving a slew of negative comments, however, Kimmel invited prominent gamers Markiplier and MissesMae onto his show to educate him. Subsequently, Jimmy Kimmel Live has invited other digital creators onto the show, including Mamrie Hart, Lohanthony, and Logan Paul.

To this end, in a segment last night, Kimmel enlisted his seven-year-old goddaughter Frankie to help him learn about the unfamiliar trend of makeup tutorials. “The internet is a mysterious place,” Kimmel says -- despite the fact that YouTube's beauty community is one of its most multi-faceted and lucrative. “There’s so much weirdness, it’s impossible to follow all of it."

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Hannah Hart, GLAAD To Raise $50,000 For Lgbtq+ Youth With ‘Pride Live’ Variety Show

Hannah Hart is putting together a Pride Month bash that will support a noble cause. Hart, a notable member of YouTube's Lgbtq+ community and a GLAAD board member, will team up with GLAAD, YouTube Space La, BuzzFeed, and Into for Pride Live, a star-studded variety show that will aim to raise $50,000 for GLAAD initiatives.

Pride Live, which will air on GLAAD's YouTube channel between 3 and 6 Pm Et on June 29, will be styled like a live telethon. During the broadcast, viewers will be able to use YouTube's Super Chat feature to contribute donations. The goal is to raise $50,000, with all of the proceeds going to youth-focused GLAAD initiatives like Amplify Your Voice.

Some notable names from the YouTube community and beyond will join Hart for Pride Live, which will be hosted at YouTube Space La. Scheduled guests include Betty Who, DJ Flula, Mamrie Hart, Grace Helbig, Trace Lysette (Transparent), Laith Ashley
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Grace Helbig, Mamrie Hart Unveil Merch Inspired By ‘This Might Get’ Series

This Might Get is off to a roaring start, amassing 150,000 subscribers since besties and frequent comedy collaborators Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart launched their YouTube variety series three short months ago.

And now, in order to fete the venture -- which airs every weekday and has 73 episodes already in the can -- Helbig and Hart have launched a line of This Might Get-branded merch. The five-piece collection ranges in price from $20 to $30, including a crop top, T-shirt, a baseball cap, and phone cases. All items are currently available via the online shop of the duo’s digital network, Studio 71.

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YouTube Star Flula Borg Announces A New Podcast Called ‘Boom Time’

Flula Borg is inviting some celebrity guests into his studio for some Boom Time. That's the name of the versatile YouTube star's new podcasts, which will feature conversations with "artists, actors, creators, [and] musicians."

"Boom Time is my new podcast," said Borg in a teaser video introducing his new venture. "It will feature very stimulating conversation betwixt me and actors, musicians, performers, artists, everyone. Perhaps i will even interview a bear." The teaser notes a few of the guests who will appear in future episodes of the podcast, including Mamrie HartRiki Lindhome, and Reggie Watts.

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YouTube Star Grace Helbig Signs With Talent Agency UTA

Grace Helbig is reportedly signing a new deal. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the YouTube star and comedienne has linked up with talent agency UTA, which will replace her previous partner Wme.

The 32-year-old Helbig has long been one of YouTube's top videomakers. On her primary YouTube channel, she counts approximately three million subscribers, who tune in to watch her vlogs, challenges, fashion and beauty videos, and collaborations.

UTA is not the only new partner Helbig has added lately. She also recently joined the Studio71 network, where she has launched the show This Might Get... alongside her pal Mamrie Hart.

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Studio71 Bringing ‘Good Mythical Morning’ Back in Original Shorter Format, Renews Grace Helbig-Mamrie Hart Show

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YouTube stars Rhett & Link later this year will revert to their original shorter “Good Mythical Morning” daily talk-show runtime — less than a year after the comedy duo have been trying their hand at a longer-form, TV-style format.

The news came at Studio71’s Digital Content NewFronts presentation in NYC for advertisers. The company also announced it’s bringing back “This Might Get,” the daily talk show from YouTube comedians and BFFs Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart, for a second season, along with a deal with Fine Brothers Entertainment that includes three new original shows and a branded-content partnership.

Studio71 also touted upcoming content coming from its ongoing partnerships with actor-comedian Lilly Singh, aka YouTube’s “SuperWoman,” and Seven Bucks Digital Studios, the digital arm of Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia’s Seven Bucks Productions.

With the next season of “Good Mythical Morning,” the show will return to a one-segment, 12-
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