Goodbye to The Digg Reel

Even in the amazing world of new media and internet television, all good things must come to an end. Digg Reel viewers saw on yesterday’s show that this will be the show’s last week. After two and a half years and over two hundred and sixty episodes, we’re saying a heavy hearted goodbye […]


Even in the amazing world of new media and internet television, all good things must come to an end. Digg Reel viewers saw on yesterday’s show that this will be the show’s last week. After two and a half years and over two hundred and sixty episodes, we’re saying a heavy hearted goodbye to this show that’s helped to define a genre: the internet clip show. Andrew Bancroft brought his unhinged creativity and tireless work to the show over these past couple of years. Other hosts like Annie Gaus and Jessica Corbin (when the show launched) have also brought amazing talent to the studio and turned in one great episode after another.

However, certain realities exist in any media company: how much can we do at once? We’ve had to make the exceptionally difficult decision to stop making this show in order to make room for new projects we’ll be announcing in the coming weeks.

I want to thank Andrew and Annie for their unending commitment to the show and also to the production staff of producers and editors who made the show for you every week. Annie is going to be taking lead on one of our “new projects” coming soon, so stay tuned for that AND you’ll keep seeing her on App Judgment.

We’re always looking to bring you guys the best possible programming the online world has to offer. Sometimes this means making really tough decisions but we hope you’re going to love everything we have coming down the pipe.

– Ryan Vance
VP – Programming & Production


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