Tonight Life in a Day, the crowd-sourced documentary culled from over 80,000 submissions, premieres at the Sundance Film Festival — and simultaneously on YouTube. The live stream begins at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT, and will be rebroadcast on Jan. 28.
Today on the Net: Cablevision is finally rolling out its network DVR service to select users, National Geographic has picked up YouTube’s Life In a Day for theatrical distribution and Microsoft is trying to block TiVo DVR imports with a U.S. trade complaint.
YouTube is following up on the next phase of its ambitious Life In A Day project, making video submissions from around the globe available through a new gallery page that captures many different views of what life was like for users on July 24, 2010.
Ridley Scott is teaming up with YouTube to produce a new crowdsourced video project that aims to capture the lives of millions of users on film. Dubbed Life In a Day, it will feature videos shot by YouTubers around the world on a single day.