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Diggnation, now on Hulu

The popular Revision3 geek culture show, Diggnation, has made its debut on Hulu.

By October 13, 2008

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CNET Live - Episode 16 - Show Notes

Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht join the show to talk about Diggnation and answer some calls for old time's sake.

By July 26, 2007

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Crave Podcast 53: Diggnation invasion

In this week's show we're kickin' it with Alex Albrecht from Diggnation -- he says he's here for our daughters, our beer and our tech

By October 5, 2007

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Crave interviews Diggnation's Alex Albrecht

Crave sits down with Alex Albrecht of Revision3's Diggnation to discuss the future of on-demand video, mobile media and a whole heap more. Come listen to the most important 30 minutes of today

By November 19, 2007

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Loaded: Getting Loaded with Diggnation

Verizon has its sights set on an Alltel acquisition, Google gets sued by Louis Vuitton for copyright violation, and you can e-mail to your hearts content on JetBlue. Also, Natali pretends she is Kevin Rose and plays Diggnation with Alex Albrecht!

By June 5, 2008

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New Web-only show challenges broadcast media

Revision3 hosts a number of Web-only broadcast programs, such as NOTMTV and Diggnation. Under a new partnership with music and culture magazine XLR8R, it hopes the new 'XLR8R TV' will reach past the tech-only crowd and into the hip underbelly of underground artists and music lovers. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari was on hand for its launch party in San Francisco to find out if the show will live up to the hype.

November 1, 2007

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Digg and Revision3's Kevin Rose on Blip.tv

Shows from the MTV-style "TV network for the Web" to appear on Blip.tv, which means Digg co-founder just might make it to traditional TV sets.

By March 25, 2008

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VideoClix.TV creepy video ads go live, starting with Revision3 shows

Video ads just got a whole lot creepier with VideoClix.TV

By April 14, 2008

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Internet Week New York's party scene off to a testosterone-fueled start

Thrillist and Digg both threw the first two massive parties of the week, one of which featured '90s nostalgia and the other of which featured lots of dudes.

By June 5, 2008

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#OMGConan: The big Digg party Twitter hoax

Word begins spreading on Twitter like wildfire that Conan O'Brien was joining Internet TV network Revision3. But it was actually a hoax that hundreds participated in.

By March 13, 2010