Hollywood Reporter website editor Chris Krewson goes the extra mile this morning to populate his Internet station, reporting about today’s revamping of Web talk show What’s Trending from a weekly one-hour Wednesday operation to a Monday-to-Friday noon PT 20-minute endeavor.
What’s Trending garners about 150,000 views per week on all its platforms, including YouTube. Revenue is drawn from advertising – What’s Trending has worked with AT&T, Samsung, Virgin America and Vizio – as well as syndication.
The show is nominated for at 2012 Primetime Emmy in the category of Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media: Original Interactive Programming, alongside rides.tv’s Dirty Work and USA Network’s Psych Hashtag Killer.
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