Audio slideshow: Digg-ing Revision3

Internet TV network Revision3 is leveraging the Web's viral nature by chasing the latest memes and showcasing the best of geek-tech culture, including Digg favorites.

Inside warehouse studios and lofts in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood, Internet television network Revision3 is leveraging the viral nature of the Web by chasing the latest memes and creating content that showcases the best of geek-tech culture.

Founded in 2005 by Jay Adelson, Kevin Rose, and David Prager, Revision3 is a TV network for the Web. It's on-demand content you can watch when you want and where you want.

We stop by the studio, as well as Kevin Rose's loft, to see what it's like to shoot The Digg Reel and Diggnation.

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