Jake Paul is getting his own talk show on YouTube Red

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Controversial vlogger Jake Paul, brother to similarly controversial vlogger Logan Paul, is developing a talk show for YouTube Red. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paul will host and executive produce the show, which is described as having a “late-night variety show feel.” The pilot for the as-of-yet untitled series is expected to start shooting as early as May.

Gavin Purcell will executive produce the pilot. (Purcell produced Late Night with Jimmy Fallon before working as head of video for The Verge’s parent company, Vox Media; he recently signed on as showrunner for Sarah Silverman’s upcoming Hulu show I Love You, America.) However, a YouTube spokesperson told Variety that the Paul show is just one of several projects the service…

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Logan Paul, Barack Obama, Conan O’Brian and Other Celebrities We Want to See in the ‘Fortnite’ Party Royale Exhibition Game at E3

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There are very few things that really escape the insular box of E3 news. New games, new developers, even new consoles seem to float just on the surface rather than make a big enough splash to warrant coverage outside of the gaming blogosphere these days. Epic games is cashing in on the amazing uptick it has seen in its popularity with their Party Royale Celebrity Pro-AM at E3. 50 Celebrities and 50 Pro Gamers will be duking it out in a team event teams have not even been finalized yet so there is a ton of speculation on who is involved and what sort of crazy hijinks will ensue.

If you are sitting there reading this article and understandably wondering, well…. this is absurd. I agree. It is. But probably for a different reason. If you think the names in the title are too outlandish or far fetched, maybe you didn’t realize that just a few days ago, Fortnite player Ninja actually invited and played with Drake on stream. There is really no name that is off limits here with how popular Fortnite is right now. Maybe Wolf Blitzer or Alfonso Ribeiro will end up being on a team with Video Game Dunkey. I’d personally love a Trump x2 team(that would be Hearthstone player Trump, and Eric Trump, obviously). Or perhaps let’s get a certain ex-president involved?

This thing is shaping up to be one of the greatest instances of cross-cultural mixups since the Harlem Globetrotters showed up to help Scooby and the gang solve a mystery. The only thing that is for sure is that this is going to be big. The sheer amount of moments this has the potential for making is amazing. Can Epic pull this off by June and who is going to be involved? Toss your votes in the comments and let’s see who ends up randomly guessing the most unexpected guest!

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Qualcomm’s Paul Jacobs removed from board as he pursues bid for company

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Just days after avoiding a hostile takeover by Singapore-based Broadcom, the situation at Qualcomm continued to devolve on Friday when former executive chairman and ex-CEO Paul Jacobs was stripped of his board position as he pursues a bid for the company.
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Jake Paul has decided that it is ‘time to end school shootings’

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In a video posted today to his channel, YouTuber Jake Paul speaks with survivors of the tragic school shooting that took place last month at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, as well as state senator Marco Rubio, in an awkward and at times tone-deaf new video that he hopes will help “activate parents and kids within their own schools and communities.”

In the video’s description, Paul “[vows] to be part of the solution and utilize my platform to raise awareness and action across the board,” but the execution is often clumsy and painful to watch. On his way to meet one of the students, he stares out the car window before noting that he just wants to “become homies with them and just be there for them.” When talking to a student whose…

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Paul Ryan moves to replace election security official

The White House and House Speaker Paul Ryan are looking to replace a federal official who's been working to protect election systems from possible Russian cyber attacks. According to Reuters, Matthew Masterson, who holds a seat picked by the House Sp…
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YouTube chief says Logan Paul won’t get the banhammer

YouTube might have cut off Logan Paul's ad revenue, dropped him from Google Preferred and suspended his planned original projects, but that doesn't mean he'll get booted off the platform anytime soon. In an interview at Recode's annual Code Media con…
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YouTube’s CEO says Logan Paul doesn’t deserve to be kicked off the platform

Controversial YouTube star Logan Paul doesn’t deserve to be kicked off the platform — at least not yet, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said today. Paul has been under fire since his trip to Japan, when he posted video of a person who committed suicide. YouTube has temporarily suspended advertising revenue on Paul’s account. But speaking at the Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, CA, Wojcicki said that Paul hadn’t met the criteria for being banned from the platform.

“He hasn’t done anything that would cause those three strikes,” Wojcicki said. “We can’t just be pulling people off our platform … They need to violate a policy. We need to have consistent [rules]. This is like a code of law.”

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Logan Paul learned nothing

It was less than a week after Logan Paul’s post-scandal return to regular vlogging that YouTube ”temporarily” suspended ads on his channel. The company’s decision reflects its promise to investigate further consequences for Paul specifically, as well as policies that would punish creators who do harm to the YouTube community. In a statement to The Verge, a spokesperson said the decision was not made lightly: “We believe he has exhibited a pattern of behavior in his videos that makes his channel not only unsuitable for advertisers but also potentially damaging to the broader creator community.”

It’s no surprise that YouTube would give Paul’s channel extra scrutiny following the blowup, and yet his inability to amend his behavior to…

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