I told you the other day that a major theme of the CW's presentations at the TCA press tour was that it's the youngest — and, theoretically, the coolest — of the broadcast networks. To that end, the network will premiere a show this fall called "Online Nation," which will attempt to cull the best viral videos on the Web into a half-hour show hosted by Stevie Ryan (at right), better known as YouTube's Little Loca.
On the one hand, I think it's cool that the CW is trying to incorporate Web audiences and online video makers into its programming. On the other hand, part of the appeal of Web videos for me is watching them when I have a free moment or just need a laugh; I don't have to stick to a TV schedule. What do you think? Could you see yourself watching funny Web stuff on TV regularly?
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