David Mitchell's Soapbox has returned for a fourth series.
The web-based comedy show is again produced with Dell and ChannelFlip and the first episode of the new 22-episode run premiered today.
The new episodes will be made available on a weekly basis via YouTube, Facebook, iTunes, downloadable apps and other formats.
To mark the new series, sponsors ChannelFlip & Dell will launch a competition on July 5 to find the "next David Mitchell".
Entrants will submit their own comedy videos and the winner will get £10,000 and a year's development deal with ChannelFlip, including coaching with Mitchell.
ChannelFlip's content director Jamie Lennox said: "I'm always excited to work with David on Soapbox, but this season's looking particularly tremendous.
"When you have to keep cutting camera because the crew's laughing, that's a great sign. By take eight that can get pretty irritating, but it's still a great sign…"
Consumer and small business marketing director at Dell James Griffiths added: "We're thrilled to be working with ChannelFlip again to sponsor season four of Soapbox.
"In today's ever-changing media landscape, we're always on the lookout for new ways to enable our audience to get closer to the content they love, whether that's music, films, games - or in the case of Soapbox - an irreverent rant from David Mitchell."