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This article was published on February 26, 2015

Digg launches Digg TV Mode to keep you from getting your work done

Digg launches Digg TV Mode to keep you from getting your work done
Roberto Baldwin
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Roberto Baldwin

Roberto Baldwin was a reporter for The Next Web in San Francisco between April 2014 and March 2015. Roberto Baldwin was a reporter for The Next Web in San Francisco between April 2014 and March 2015.

After relaunching as an editorial curation site, Digg has been searching the edges of the Internet to surface entertaining or important videos. Today, it’s making it easier to lean back and enjoy those videos.

Digg TV (currently in beta) is a full-screen video viewing experience that lets you sit, relax and peruse the site’s curated videos. If watching only the top videos on the site isn’t enough for you, you can choose from a plethora of categories including Food, Art, Technology, News, Originals, Booze and more. So many more.

You can launch Digg TV by clicking on the TV Mode button below any video on the site.

Currently, the mode only supports YouTube and Vimeo. But, Digg says it will support more video sources if users ask for it. In fact, if enough users want a feature (like using your phone as a remote), Digg promises to consider it.

Introducing Digg TV