Viral has become a buzzword for TV news networks trying to produce content that can draw in a greater audience online.
One show is reversing the order, taking the Internet’s best and putting it on TV. “Right now statistics say people are uploading about 100 hours of video per minute online,” Beth Troutman, host of the syndicated viral video talk show “Right This Minute,” airing on 161 stations across the U.S. including HLN, tells us. From a three-year-old crying upon learning of the idea of death to a lumberjack expertly cutting down a tree caught in the middle of houses and power lines, everyday people creating compelling video is the star of this show.
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