LOS ANGELES, Jan. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Ora TV, the production studio and on-demand digital network behind "Larry King Now" is happy to announce their partnership with social network Keek on a new series "Tiny Tiny Talk Show," (TTTS) a bite-sized talk show hosted by comedian Whitney Rice. Keek is co-producing the program, which will include Keek stars and influencers from its 73 million users globally. This 10-minute "bite-sized" show, geared for Millennials, brings together the hottest names in Hollywood and social media, packing all the comedy of late night into a digestible format.
TTTS will debut its initial 11-episode season on Ora.TV on January 22nd with the premiere episode featuring Tony Hale (Veep). New episodes will air every Tuesday and Thursday on www.Ora.tv, Keek and YouTube. Ora TV's partner Larry King says, "The set may be tiny but this is a really huge idea for Ora to create the first ever digital late night type show."
Episodes will include original Keek videos that put the spotlight on music, fashion, sports and comedy. Up to 10 short "Keekisodes" will be released on the Keek platform on the TTTS channel where users can watch 36 second sneak peaks into the creation of the show prior to each full-length episode release, and exclusive bonus clips as companion content.
"This marks the first transmedia talk show in history that exclusively stars social media influencers," said Lin Dai, CMO at Keek. "It pushes the boundary of digital, social and mobile original content in a brand new way. Our goal is to cast a spotlight on new social media talent and deliver and schedule the content across digital, social and mobile platforms in a manner that fits the lifestyle of today's digital audience."
Comedian Whitney Rice is managed by Brillstein Entertainment Partners. Known for her standup act and work on YouTube, she recently partnered with Above Average Digital Comedy Network, the digital arm of Lorne Michaels' Broadway Video. "I'm super excited about TTTS and couldn't ask for a better or more hilarious team," Rice said. "I just wish I didn't have to refill my tiny coffee mug every couple minutes."
Executive Producers Drew Champion and Jacob Moffat are joined by "Larry King Now" Executive Producers Allison Glader and Jason Rovou, with Champion and Moffat also serving as head writers.
For more information, visit: www.ora.tv/tinytinytalkshow
SOURCE Ora TV