Lloyd Braun, Michael Eisner, and Fred Silverman. That’s a pretty impressive media exec triumvirate. Add to the mix Paul Wagner and you’ve got the braintrust responsible for GabCast.TV, a new streaming video programming hub that officially launched today.
There’s all kinds of grassroots programming here, including a channel featuring 28-year-old LA single Katie Matthews (pictured). Her show continued with another episode this afternoon at 4:30 p.m. PST:
Aside from her abundance of personal dating and relationship trials, Katie blogs and ghostwrites for several dating sites. She also writes sketch comedy and plays on an all-female improv team around LA. Originally from Missouri, Katie’s morally conservative upbringing underscores her adventures in the vibrant LA dating scene.
“Fred and I had a blast forming this vision together over the past year,” says Wagner via today’s press release. “I believe GabCast.TV is uniquely positioned to lead the market into the future with live, multi-camera video shows, a terrific list of channels, and talented hosts.”
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