3Sixty5Days: The YouTuber-Turned-TV-Presenter Is Funny, Random & Strange [YouTube Next Vlogger Series 2013]


Creator Stephen Byrne is quite the YouTube enigma. After taking an eleven month hiatus from his channel, Stephen recently began uploading videos once again to his channel on April 1 of this year. Stephen originally created his channel 3Sixty5Days back in 2007 when he was 17 and captured the hearts of fans with his eccentric personality and wonderful hair. His videos range from vlogs about his daily life to comedy videos about internet stalking and food porn.

In 2008, after a year of being on YouTube, the Irish vlogger was noticed by television producers and asked to join the cast of “ApartmentRED,” Ireland’s first crossover media show. Now 23-years old, Stephen is currently the broadcast presenter for the television shows “TwoTube” on RTE Two and “The Voice of Ireland.” YouTube star, television presenter and the recipient of RTE Guide’s Sexiest Male TV Star award, life is looking pretty good for ol’ Stephen Byrne.

About YouTube Next Vlogger Series 2013:

YouTube gave its yearly shoutout back in April for motivated YouTube creators with “stories of personal triumph” to apply for their Next Vlogger award — a sort of spotlight program for YouTube stars-in-the-making. This year, they’ve selected 15 unique voices from around the world that are challenging the way we think, wowing us or just plain making us laugh. In exchange for that, the recipients get mentoring from industry leaders, $4,000 worth of equipment and channel promotion.

NMR always wants to give you the first and best look at emerging talent, so we’ve reached out to these creators for a little more info on just who they are and why you should be paying attention. Past winners of the Next Vlogger award include Danisnotonfire and Black Nerd Comedy, so this 2013 class is definitely full of up-and-coming creators to keep an eye on.