"Viral," An All-New, Original Weekly Internet Television News Show From Veoh Networks Offers An Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Look Into the World of Internet Television
November 28, 2006

– On This Week’s Hit New Internet Television Show “Viral,” Veoh Gets Infected with ‘Goodnight Burbank’, ‘Dave and Tom’, and ‘In-Focus’ –

SAN DIEGO, CA – November 28, 2006 – Veoh Networks (www.veoh.com), the leading innovator in Internet television, recently debuted VIRAL, a ground-breaking weekly Internet television news show that features exclusive news, celebrity and producer interviews, and first–look sneak peeks at today’s most popular shows on the Internet.

VIRAL also offers tips and tricks on how to create your own Internet television show and advice on how to succeed in this exciting and emerging space.

Each Friday a new episode of VIRAL, hosted by award-winning broadcaster Sunny Gault, gives viewers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the world of Internet television.

This week’s show which is available now features:

  • Goodnight Burbank – Get a behind the scenes view of how each new show is scripted and taped for this popular series.
  • Dave and Tom – An exclusive interview with these short-form comedy specialists who are leading the way in the Internet TV revolution.
  • In-Focus – Viral’s new recurring segment on Internet TV news including tips and tricks to help broadcasters get started on their own Internet television shows. This week’s segment focuses on the basics of audio and how to get the best quality for your production.

VIRAL is produced exclusively for Veoh and helmed by executive producer and host Sunny Gault.

New episodes are available each week on www.veoh.com.


About Veoh Networks, Inc.

Veoh Networks is a new, innovative Internet television broadcasting system that delivers broadcast-quality entertainment and informational content via the Internet, using unique distribution technologies to allow for unlimited capacity for both long- and short-form programming. Veoh allows content producers from major entertainment studios and television networks to independent video producers and enthusiasts to deliver high-quality, full-screen video directly to consumers without financial, geographical or capacity restrictions found in traditional broadcasting systems. This democratization of video distribution fundamentally changes the dynamics of television, creating unprecedented choice for consumers and a compelling marketplace for content providers and advertisers. Headquartered in San Diego, California with additional offices in Los Angeles, Veoh Networks is privately held company that is backed by leading technology and media investors, including Spark Capital, Michael Eisner’s Tornante Company, Time Warner Inc. and Shelter Capital Partners.


Jackie Cavanagh