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Tuesday
Aug052014

redditUP

Over the last few years, reddit has grown from a social website where news is shared into an online community where news is made. Whether it’s a developing story, an interesting Ask Me Anything, or an emerging meme, reddit has truly become the front page of the internet.

As reddit grows in popularity, it's easy to miss out on interesting content. That’s why we created redditUP, a weekly show that features some of the best that reddit has to offer.
 
Every week, Sarah Lane and I will recap the best stories, comment exchanges, AMAs, TILs, memes, viral videos, and more. We’ll also recommend lesser-known subreddits and give you tips to improve your reddit experience.
 
redditUP records live every Wednesday at 4:30PM Pacific at http://live.twit.tv/.
 
You can check out the first episode and find links to subscribe here.
 
Of course, you can also contribute stories to our subreddit at /r/redditup
We hope you enjoy the show!
Sunday
Jul272014

RedditUP Launches July 30th!

redditUP will have its first official episode on July 30th. The show will record on Wednesdays at 4:30PM Pacific, and be available for download and streaming later that evening.

redditUP will feature the best that "the front page of the internet" has to offer. Hosted by Sarah Lane and Chad "OMGchad" Johnson, each episode will recap the week's best stories, top memes, most interesting AMAs (Ask Me Anythings), and more from the popular social news community.

You can find links to subscribe here, and be sure to check out the official redditUP subreddit.

 

Friday
Apr252014

Inside TWiT April 23, 2014

Monday
Aug062012

Sarah Lane - Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything)

Sarah Lane (Tech News Today, iPad Today, iFive for the iPhone, and The Social Hour) did a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) this week.

Thanks to everyone who participated, and you can check it out here.

Saturday
Jul142012

Iyaz Akhtar - Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything)

Tech News Today and Know How... co-host Iyaz Akhtar did an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit this week.

Thanks to everyone who participated, and you can check it out here.