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The DiGiTs Show is back for its fourth season already, and once again there’s a new host (Benjamin) in the mix after last season’s Pick Up Chick Coleen. This season will also feature a new weekly vlog from host Benjamin where he responds directly to fans questions and comments. Several YouTubers are said to be guest starring in the coming weeks such as Wholesome Lane, LandlineTV, MaddManShow and GamerReaction. [DiGiTs on YouTube]

Voting for Celebrate the Web festival pilots are going strong with fans voting for one of 13 eligible entrants—all made in the requisite seven days. An LA screening event at ACME Theater is planned for Tuesday March 29th. [Celebrate the Web]

The Warp Zone has another real life video game vid out today, this time it’s 80’s Nintendo favorite Duck Hunt that gets the treatment. “Swifty” and Davis’ real-life spin on Pokemon bested 200,000 views since its release last December. [Warp Zone on YouTube]

Of course while we’re talking old school Nintendo, always fertile soil for YouTube creators, that reminds us of MysteryGuitarMan getting sucked into Mario Bros. and a bunch of other classics last November. Worth another look (below). [The Game Station on YouTube]

Scream 4 hits theaters April 15, but would-be video hosts can apply to be a red carpet correspondent for the Scream 4 premiere in Hollywood. The contest will pick five finalists who submit their “best scream” videos—wait, is that really what they want interviewing Courteney Cox and Emma Roberts on the carpet? The contest is part of a wide promotional spend on the PopSugar Network that commits 20 million in run-of-site banner ad and editorial impressions. [PopSugar]

Duran Duran goes live tomorrow night (10p ET / 7p PT) on YouTube in their first ever online concert. The show, directed by David Lynch no less, is part of UNSTAGED, an original series from American Express in partnership with YouTube and VEVO. [Duran Duran on YouTube]

Soft spot for old school fantasy films? New hosted series Fantasy Movie Memories takes a look back at the nostalgia of “the best fantasy films of all time.” While the picks may be up for some debate, the first episode features a lengthy dive into Jim Henson’s first dark fantasy film, The Dark Crystal. This runs long and needs polish. But you can’t say they don’t know their subject matter. [Fantasy Movie Memories on blip.tv]

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