It's been a busy year at Reddit. Interim CEO Ellen Pao stepped down while fighting a very public legal battle, the site banned some of its most offensive communities — all while a former CEO started leaking secrets. During all this madness, Reddit announced it was launching a video division focused on original content, and now it has finally arrived.
The first videos were published today alongside the debut of Upvoted, its own news site. They are, as was promised in May, video versions of the site's popular "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) series. The first three subjects are astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver, and musician and actress Hilary Duff. Video AMAs, documentary series, and more
Video AMAs, documentary series, and more
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