Today, we're thrilled to announce the launch of a major new component of The Verge, a home for all of our video content dubbed, appropriately, Verge Video.

The site is a vast collection of all of our video content, including original shows, feature stories (what we like to think of as mini-documentaries), and lots of other exclusive video. That means you'll be able to find all the Vergecast, Top Shelf, On The Verge, breaking news, event, and feature video content you can handle, conveniently arranged into smart channels that make it easy to see more of what you love. We also put a focus on the viewing experience, designing pages that get out of your way when you just want to watch.

The new hub has been painstakingly built from the ground up by our brilliant Vox Product team, and uses the freshest farm-to-table responsive design that money can buy. Put simply, Verge Video adapts to whatever platform you're viewing it on — be it desktop, tablet, or phone — giving you a great experience in any situation. We're especially excited to show off this new work because it's really just a taste of things to come for The Verge.

Like everything we build, we want the Video hub to be an iterative project — version 1.0 if you like. We'll be tweaking, refining, and adding functionality in the future, and incorporating feedback from you (the reader!) on how we can improve our work. And if you don't see a video you're looking for, don't worry: it's coming. It's just going to take a little while to backload all of our content into the hub.

So get in there, check out what we've done, and let us know what you think. We feel like we've finally given a proper home to the amazing video our team has been creating, and it's only going to get bigger and better from here.