LOS ANGELES, April 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- UPROXX, a unit of Woven Digital, today announced the launch of 'UPROXX Docs,' the site's new original mini-documentary series on pop culture and entertainment mythology. The first 'UPROXX Docs' is a three-part series on the infamous American rock band, Guns N' Roses.
"Recently we launched some very successful videos that cover the cultural gamut, from exposing the story of LA's music studio scene in the 1960's to going behind the scenes with Run The Jewels," said Jarret Myer, Co-Founder of UPROXX and General Manager of Publishing at Woven Digital. "Our new documentary series on the legendary Guns N' Roses really continue to reiterate and solidify our mission as pop culture storytellers."
'UPROXX Docs' is the third in a slate of original content being produced and distributed by Woven Digital and its wide ranging digital properties. Luminaries, a web series that follows young, talented innovators on their road to technological breakthroughs, launched its first episode on January 12 and has already been viewed by more than 8.5 million people and shared nearly 180,000 times. The Desk, UPROXX's first daily news program, was launched on March 16. The second episode of Luminaries, which was just launched on April 15, was viewed more than 10 million times in the first 48 hours.
The first episode of 'UPROXX Docs' is available on UPROXX.com and Facebook beginning today with additional episodes appearing in the coming weeks.
About Woven Woven Digital is a millennial focused digital media company, producing and distributing relevant pop culture content to nearly 5 million users per day. As home to some of the most influential digital brands for young Americans, Woven reaches 90 million users per month providing them with shareable breaking news, original reporting, entertainment, and video. UPROXX is one of the largest millennial focused news and entertainment sites on the web, while BroBible is the largest male focused college lifestyle destination. Founded in 2010 by Scott Grimes and Michael Laur, Woven is headquartered in Los Angeles with offices and production facilities in New York and Chicago. For more information about Woven, visit www.woven.com. For media inquiries, contact [email protected].