Hello Internet is an audio podcast hosted by YouTube content creators CGP Grey and Brady Haran. It debuted in 2014 and currently has ninety-five episodes, two bonus episodes, and one episode which was released exclusively as a vinyl record. Grey reported a podcast listenership of 600,000 to 900,000 downloads per episode as of August 2017.
The podcast features discussions pertaining to their lives as professional creators for YouTube, the content of their most recent videos as well as their interests and annoyances. Typical topics include technology etiquette; movie and TV show reviews; plane accidents; vexillology; futurology; and the differences between Grey's and Haran's personalities and lifestyles. Listeners can discuss the podcast in CGP Grey's subreddit, or in the Hello Internet subreddit. Each episode usually starts with Grey's and Haran's opinions and comments on such feedback. The podcast has an official flag called the "Nail & Gear".
In 2015, Haran and the podcast were credited with re-appropriating the word "freebooting" to describe copyright infringement via re-hosting videos on platforms such as Facebook, a practice typically undertaken to profit from advertisements alongside the content. Facebook has since adopted tools to address this.
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