Engadget post time: April 26, 2013 at 05:53AM
Whether it’s politics or flamboyant music videos, YouTube certainly has a little something for (mostly) everyone on the interwebs. But, if you’re a fan of comedy, things are about to get a tad bit better: on May 19th, YouTube’s set to launch its own Comedy Week, a first for the Google-owned video giant. As part of the various live streams, online viewers will be able to enjoy “a mix” of stand-up sets, sketches and music shows — which includes performances by a slew of well-known productions and comedians, such as Funny or Die, CollegeHumor, Improv Everywhere, Ed Helms, Seth Rogen,
George-Michael Michael Cera and many, many more.
According to YouTube, the goal for Comedy Week is to “create a one of a kind experience” for those who love the genre, with VP of Marketing Danielle Tiedt adding that the site is indeed “the home of comedy for the next generation.” Chances are it’ll be a week filled with plenty of LOLs, so perhaps you should take this time to bookmark the corresponding channel — link for that can be found in the PR after the break.
Reference source: Engadget