SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Revision3, the leading Internet Television network, today announced that it is bringing YouTube web series, Scientific Tuesdays, to its network of more than 20 programs. Dylan "Household Hacker" Hart will host a new episode every Tuesday bringing viewers the best in homegrown science.
Each week, the program uses common items and simple explanations to make science fun. Experiments include how to turn paper invisible, craft a stink bomb or create an explosion. Viewers are encouraged to be hands-on with demonstrations on the show and to try these scientific applications at home.
"I'm excited to bring Scientific Tuesdays over to Revision3's network," said Dylan Hart. "We can't wait to give our audience of over 800,000 subscribers a whole new line-up of exciting experiments and research."
"We're thrilled to bring one of the web's most popular science shows to Revision3," said Ryan Vance, vice president of programming and production, Revision3. "Household Hacker is already an established and dynamic channel on YouTube and we're excited to introduce Dylan to our audience. Viewers are not only able to watch him do amazing experiments, but they can also try them at home – assuming they don't involve explosives!"
New episodes are released every Tuesday and can be downloaded 24/7 via www.revision3.com/scientifictuesdays.
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The company was founded in 2005 by technology visionaries Kevin Rose, Jay Adelson and David Prager because they couldn't find anything they wanted to watch on traditional television. The company is now led by Internet TV pioneer Jim Louderback. Revision3's programs can be found everywhere from Revision3.com to a wide range of platforms, including iTunes, YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, TIVO, Roku, Blip.TV and many others. Shows can be watched on any device, from a cell phone to an Apple iPod to a computer or a TV.