YouTube Content Creators Create Exclusive Web Series for 'Mockingjay'

The exclusive web series organically melds together content creators' own subject matters with 'Hunger Games'-related content.
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Google's Art, Copy & Code project has teamed up with Lionsgate to present a new 5-part web series tied-in to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay--Part 1.

The web series, the first of which was released today, will feature 5 YouTube content creators taking on a subject that relates to their channel as well as one of the industries a district of The Hunger Games' Panem is known for. The first video comes from creator ThreadBanger and is textile-related. Other videos will focus on fitness, baking, electricity, and automobiles.

A new episode of District Voices will premiere every day this week at 4 PM EST on the CapitolTV YouTube Channel. Watch the available episodes below.

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