I can't post a URL because this is a new account, so you'll need to go to Indiegogo and search for 'Martell TV' yourself. Small YT network is trying to build a TV Guide-like mobile app and website a lot like Pandora but using Youtube's API. Basic idea is to use Youtube's API to build a portal site that has all the same functions, but laser focus search results and allow third party plugin support for the dashboard. Source code offered as a $500 pledge for the project. Also has the ability to make special playlists that bundle videos into 'episode containers', kind of like on 9x9, but the containers must be 30 min long or 1 hour long so they conform to traditional TV guide format. User can then create an entire TV channel out of these episode containers, and the videos in the episode container auto-update with new videos from the YT channels linked to the episode containers. Getting your videos into the default channels of the TV guide portion might be good, if a lot of people download the app. The users can't delete the default channels from the timeline. Again, this isn't a black hat method guaranteed to get traffic, but it could be a legit option to get a lot of traffic to your videos if you're clever with it. Such as bundling your videos with those of more popular Youtubers, and getting other people to import your custom episode container into the TV channels they share with their friends. You can also embed the custom channels into your website. Project also says it will have its own PM system to allow mass messaging of subscribers that isn't served through Youtube, so unlike Tube toolbox people won't get banned for using it.