Teen.com TVThat headline just sounds so wrong.

Looks like Alloy Media + Marketing is teaming up with LG Mobile and United Talent Agency (UTA) to produce some new original web content for the Teen.com TV, the short-form video network at Teen.com.

You might know Alloy Media as the executive producers of Gossip Girl and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. So far on the teen site, they’ve got an interview with Kristin Kreuk and Chris Klein of the new Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li movie, a Q&A with the Degrassi cast, and a whole bunch of other neat stuff for the millenials. It also looks like behind-the-scenes footage from Gossip Girl and Samurai Girl will be showing up, too.

Perhaps the most intriguing elements of Teen.com TV, however, are their newly announced efforts into original series. Their first project with United Talent Agency, Haute and Bothered, is an original web series sporting ten 4-5 minute episodes due out this May. Additionally, fans of the young-adult novel series Private might be interested to hear that Alloy Entertainment is also going to be developing it as a series for Teen.com TV.

“This is an exciting time in digital entertainment for content producers, media distributors and advertisers who want to leverage the rapid shift of teen viewing habits from the traditional TV screen to the web,” commented Jason Nadler, head of UTA Online, the broadband division of UTA.

We’ll be sure to keep you abreast of the latest and greatest with Teen.com TV.

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