Revision3’s Diggnation, its super popular weekly web series of internet culture, finally has its own home on the social news site which gave it its name: Digg.com. It seems like a no-brainer, but for some reason despite the close alliance between the show and the site it hand’t happened until now. There is of course the Kevin Rose connection, who is a founder of both Rev3 and Digg, and co-host of Diggnation along with Alex Albrecht.
As part of the new partnership between the two companies, all of the Digg related shows—Diggnation, The Digg Reel, Digg Dialogg along with less frequent Digg Townhalls and Diggcetera—will have a hub at newly launched DiggTV. For the Revision3 series, the site is just embedding the Rev3 player, though it’s been re-skinned to sync up with Digg’s branding. While Digg users already made up a large part of the series viewers, the new distribution channel for the shows means regular placement, and reminders to watch, in front of the 10 million-plus Digg.com monthly audience.