DC Entertainment Plans 8-Hour Livestream Event in September

Mark down September 2 as the day to call in sick to work -- DC Entertainment will be streaming exclusive live content on their DC All Access YouTube channel to celebrate recently hitting one million subscribers. THR reports that the marathon programming block will be led by DC All Access hosts Tiffany Smith and Jason Inman, and will feature interviews with comic book writers, insider info, news updates and more.

"Now, more than ever, we're committed to bringing unique, entertaining stories about all things DC to our fans. The first-ever DC All Access all-day live stream event is a thank you to our fans for their support," said Paul Malmont, DC's director of digital marketing content.

DC All Access first launched back in October 2013 before being expanded the following February to provide a wider array of content, which now averages half a million views per post. Fans can also download the complimentary mobile app -- first offered in February of this year -- in anticipation of the event, which is set to begin at 9 a.m. PST on September 2.

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