Goggleburn is a new website from Next New Networks hosted by Nick Douglas that will feature the best online video from around the web. In his first weekly episode, Nick breaks down the trend of photo-a-day videos popularized by Noah Kalina.
You know they’re out there: Hot videos, hiding in obscure video sites that you’re too busy to ferret out yourself. Cool video clips stashed in remote corners of the web that you’d probably never find. Internet TV Online Videos… call it what you will, it’s out there and you’re hungry for it.
And that’s why the net gods created Goggleburn. Host Nick Douglas (of Valleywag, WIRED and Gawker fame) presents the hits, the trends, the rising stars and the occasional falling asteroids of online video. At Goggleburn you’ll see the best stuff first. (Being first is cool, don’t you think?)
Nick and his army of video inciters (editors, mostly) will apply a critical eye to the latest clips, clueing you in to the ones you’ve simply gotta see. They’ll tell who’s making what, and why the world is watching. Maybe it’s because a video just grabbed everybody’s attention, like Leave Britney Alone. Maybe the clips are extraordinarily entertaining, like the ones at Waverly Films and Super Deluxe. And maybe there’s an interesting backstory about the auteur. (Daxflame, for instance.)
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UPDATE: NewTeeVee’s Jackson West has more on the launch of Goggleburn.