Jodie RiveraVideo Girl'' (album)
In April 2009, she won the title of Miss YouTube. In December 2009, YouTube named her "Outerspace" music video, one of the Most Memorable Videos of 2009. In December 2010, YouTube named her "Snooki Song" music video, one of the Most Memorable Videos of 2010. From 2009 to 2012 she was the #1 most subscribed female YouTuber globally. Der Spiegel (2012), one of Europe's largest circulated weeklies. El País Magazine (Dec 11, 2009), Spain's largest magazine. DNA Magazine (Sep 13, 2009), India's top English-printed magazine.

Brad Carter

A video recording was made of Carter's operation, which was later posted on YouTube. The video went viral and received media attention worldwide. Carter became known as the "guy playing guitar during brain surgery." The hospital staff had requested the video recording to help allay those suffering from similar diseases who were curious about the surgery. *, his official website.

2014 in British television

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This is a list of events that took place in 2014 related to British television.

Zach Woods

Woods is also known for starring as Awkward Boy, the protagonist in the YouTube video series The Most Awkward Boy in the World. In 2010, Woods appeared as a zombie in a Starburst candy commercial. Starting in 2010, he portrayed Gabe Lewis on the NBC sitcom The Office. He was promoted to series regular beginning in Season 7. Since 2014, Woods has costarred as Jared on HBO's Silicon Valley. He also appeared on HBO's Veep as Ed Webster. Woods had a role in the action comedy Spy (2015), alongside Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Rose Byrne, Jude Law, Allison Janney, and 50 Cent. He appeared in Feig's follow-up movie Ghostbusters in 2016. *


Eli's Dirty JokesDoug BreslerL.B. Rayne
Eli's Dirty Jokes, a short-form series of animated adult-themed jokes told by an elderly real-life accountant, has since become a hit on YouTube, being featured several times and garnering millions of combined views for the episodes currently posted. In November 2008, Eli's Dirty Jokes was picked up by HBO for exclusive episodes to be broadcast on their Cinemax cable TV network. The first episode of the weekly show premiered November 8, 2008 preceding the network's premiere of Juno (film). The series is the first original internet show ever to be picked up by HBO and broadcast on any of their TV networks.

The system's user interface takes the form of a dashboard, and supports social network integrations for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube. Additional integrations are available via Hootsuite's App Directory, including Reddit, Storify, Tumblr, and Marketo. Based in Vancouver, Hootsuite has close to 1,000 staff members in 13 locations, including Toronto, Bucharest and Mexico City. The company has more than 16 million users in over 175 countries. In 2008, Holmes needed a tool to manage multiple social media networks at his digital services agency, Invoke Media.

Skate Kitchen

The cast is: Skate Kitchen is the name of a real group of female skateboarders in New York City, named as a tongue-in-cheek reference to comments left on the members' YouTube videos suggesting that women "should be in the kitchen" rather than skateboarding. The group has seven core members—Nina Moran, Rachelle Vinberg, Kabrina Adams, Ajani Russell, Dede Lovelace, and Brenn and Jules Lorenzo—who all appear in the feature film. Writer–director Crystal Moselle met Moran and Vinberg on a subway train in Brooklyn and asked them if they would be interesting in collaborating on a film.

La Roux

Elly JacksonBen LangmaidLaRoux
Sales of "In for the Kill" spiked 600 percent when Skream's "Let's Get Ravey" remix of the song appeared on the HBO show Entourage in August 2010. Later that month, it was announced that an EP remix has been released in tandem with the November US tour. In October, a second video for the song was released that was shot at New York's landmark Hotel Chelsea. The song was released in the United States 7 October. In February 2011, at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, La Roux won the Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance Album for their self-titled debut album.

4 Your Eyez Only

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On March 24, 2017 HBO announced a second documentary with Cole tiled, ''J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only, the first being Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming'' in 2016, the documentary aired April 15, 2017 on HBO and HBO Now. Incorporating music from 4 Your Eyez Only, Cole captured stories of residents in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Atlanta, Georgia, Ferguson, Missouri, his father's hometown, Jonesboro, Arkansas and his hometown, Fayetteville, North Carolina. Entertainment Weekly reported, "The documentary promises to illustrate how their struggles over viable housing, voting laws for felons, integration, and more mirror the frustrations felt across the nation."

The Lazarus Effect (2010 film)

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The film features patients and medical staff in Zambia speaking about their experiences and was produced by (RED) and HBO. It was screened on HBO and Channel 4 in May 2010, and it is also available on YouTube. Made in Zambia, the 30-minute film tracks several people who were seriously ill but return to a healthier condition in a relatively short period of time after starting free antiretroviral drug therapy. HIV-positive patients and medical staff recount their experiences and the impact medication has made on their lives in their own words.

Felicia Day

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The Guild has won multiple awards, including the Greenlight Award for Best Original Digital Series Production at the South by Southwest festivals, several IAWTV Awards, including Best Comedy Series, the YouTube Video Award for Best Series, the Yahoo! Video Award for Best Series, and 2009 Streamy Awards for Best Comedy Web Series, Best Female Actor in a Comedy Web Series, and Best Ensemble Cast in a Web Series. In March 2012, Day announced that she would be launching a premium YouTube channel, "Geek & Sundry," on April 2. Geek and Sundry took over production of The Guild for Season 6.

List of films based on television programs

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This a list of television programs that were later adapted into theatrical-released films.

Jack Black

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On December 21, 2018, Black created a YouTube channel, Jablinski Games, which currently has more than four million subscribers and 51 million views. On July 21, 2019, Black took part in a Minecraft stream with popular YouTuber PewDiePie in order to raise money for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), in the wake of the suicide of Etika in June 2019. After two days of streaming they raised $30,479 with the stream being broadcast live both on YouTube and on the streaming platform DLive. Black was nominated for two Golden Globes. On September 18, 2018, Black was inducted into Hollywood's Walk of Fame. As a boy, Black was a Cub Scout.

Pod Save America

Four Pod Save America one-hour HBO TV specials aired in fall 2018 to cover the U.S. midterm elections. Crooked Media also films the podcasts and releases them on their YouTube channel. The podcast debuted in January 2017 as a successor to Keepin' it 1600, a political podcast produced by Bill Simmons' The Ringer and hosted by Favreau, Vietor, Lovett, and Pfeiffer which ran from March to December 2016. Pod Save America maintained the basic format of its predecessor.

Leaving Neverland

Dan ReedJames Safechuck
In February 2019, the estate filed a $100 million lawsuit against HBO, petitioning a court to compel their arbitrate cooperation regarding the film's broadcast. As Jackson is dead, HBO cannot be sued for defamation. Instead, the estate claimed HBO had violated a 1992 agreement never to disparage Jackson's public image, stipulated in the terms for broadcasting his concert film Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour. On the day of the HBO premiere of Leaving Neverland: Part One, the estate posted Live in Bucharest on YouTube. The next day, to coincide with the broadcast of Part Two, the estate posted another concert film, Live at Wembley July 16, 1988.

Let's Play

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Business Insider reported that eleven of the top twenty most-subscribed, independent YouTube publishers as of November 2014 are those that produce Let's Play videos. An October 2017 report from SuperData Researched estimated that between Let's Play videos and live streaming content of game video content, there were more people watching such videos than compared to all subscribers of HBO, Netflix, ESPN and Hulu combined, with over 517 million YouTube users and 185 million Twitch users. Let's Play videos have been considered a favorable way to market game titles, in particularly for smaller developers.

Reggie Brown (impersonator)

Reggie Brown
In the aftermath of the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference incident, Brown was invited by comedian Bill Maher to finish his act on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher. Brown appeared in a viral YouTube parody of Psy's hit song Gangnam Style, entitled Obama Gangnam Style! The video received over 100 million views all over the world including over 30 million views from Twitter users in China, who reportedly believed that the real President Obama was responsible for the video. He also impersonated Obama in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and in the 2016 U.S. presidential election he debuted a cross between Obama and Donald Trump, speaking popular Trump quotes, on CollegeHumor.

Lance Reddick

Reddick was cast as Cedric Daniels in the HBO series The Wire, after having also auditioned for the roles of Bubbles and Bunk Moreland. He joined ABC's hit series Lost in 2008, where he played Matthew Abaddon, an employee of Charles Widmore, in multiple episodes. He was the third of five actors from the HBO hit series Oz to star in the drama. Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have said they were interested in Reddick for the part of Mr. Eko, but he was unavailable due to filming The Wire so they approached Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje instead.

The Trevor Project

Trevor ProjectIt Gets BetterThe Trevor Helpline
When the film was scheduled to air on HBO television in 1998, the filmmakers realized that some of the program's young viewers might be facing the same kind of crisis as Trevor, and began to search for a support line to be broadcast during the airing. They discovered that no such helpline existed, and decided to dedicate themselves to forming what was, in their view, a much-needed resource: an organization to promote acceptance of LGBTQ youth, and to aid in crisis and suicide prevention among that group. The Trevor Lifeline was established with seed funds provided by The Colin Higgins Foundation and HBO's license fee.


Aidan James
In 2010, a video was taken of him performing and was uploaded onto YouTube. The video went viral and currently has over 20 million views. Under Aidan James, Laprete released his first EP, entitled Live Again at the end of 2014. The EP has 4 tracks, including "One of the Ones", his first single which was released earlier in 2014, and was featured on an episode of Hawaii Five-0. He released his first full-length album, Echoes, in December 2015. "Casanova", a collaboration with Chosen Jacobs, was released on May 18, 2018. He changed his artist name from Aidan James to Laprete in August 2019. His latest single, "Ina" was released on August 23, 2019.


There was speculation that Oliver may have been responsible for Chiitan's suspension, but a spokesman for HBO said that Oliver's show had no comment on Chiitan's suspension. In addition to the mascot Chiitan's Twitter accounts, the other Twitter accounts managed by Chiitan's management company were also frozen, including that of the real otter Chiitan. Chiitan's social media accounts on other platforms remained unaffected, including Instagram, where it has over 1.6 million followers.

Natalia Tena

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On 26 April 2018 it was announced that Natalia was cast in the series regular role of Lana Pierce on the YouTube science fiction series Origin. She is close friends with fellow Game of Thrones actress Oona Chaplin. *

Neverland Firsthand: Investigating the Michael Jackson Documentary

Neverland Firsthand: Investigating the Michael Jackson Documentary is a documentary produced by Liam McEwan, and directed by Eli Pedraza, which explores the allegations of sexual abuse against singer Michael Jackson, by Wade Robson and James Safechuck in the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland. The documentary currently has over one million views on YouTube. Neverland Firsthand makes the case that the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland, which claims that Michael Jackson sexually abused Wade Robson and James Safechuck when they were children, is flawed.

2019 in stand-up comedy

on HBO. January 29: Gabriel Iglesias' special One Show Fits All on Netflix. February 5: Ray Romano's special Right Here, Around the Corner on Netflix. February 14: Ken Jeong's special You Complete Me, Ho on Netflix. March 12: Bryan Callen's special Complicated Apes on digital platforms. March 12: Jimmy Carr's special The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits on Netflix. March 19: Amy Schumer's special Growing on Netflix. March 26: Nate Bargatze's special The Tennessee Kid on Netflix. May 6: Nick Di Paolo's special A Breath of Fresh Air on YouTube. May 10: David Cross' special Oh, Come On released on digital platforms. May 15: Isaac Butterfield's special The Butterfield Effect on his website.