Ryan Seacrest’s production company is jumping into the digital programming business with two deals that will see its shows on YouTube and AOL.
Number 1 independent multi-channel network Fullscreen announced that it will be working with Ryan Seacrest Productions (RSP) to “develop new content opportunities for YouTube and beyond,” according to a company blog post by CEO and founder George Strompolos.
While the blog doesn’t get into specifics about what content Ryan Seacrest Productions will create for YouTube, Strompolos said: “This exciting partnership leverages Fullscreen’s diverse global talent network and RSP’s expertise in producing world-class digital, unscripted and scripted entertainment.”
Besides working with Fullscreen, Variety announced that Ryan Seacrest Productions is also working with AOL to create a 10-episode web series featuring appearances by Gwyneth Paltrow. The show, called “Second Chances,” is co-hosted by fitness guru Tracy Anderson and features stories about women overcoming many forms of challenges in their life.
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