DreamWorks Animation expands its partnership with YouTube to produce a series of daily shows highlighting some of the most compelling entertainment on the video-sharing website.
DreamWorks Animation is expanding its partnership with YouTube, according to a report by the Los Angeles Times.
The animation studio is reportedly teaming up with YouTube to produce a series of daily shows that will highlight some of the most compelling entertainment on the video-sharing website.
Called "YouTube Nation," the program will feature five-minute highlights of the best of YouTube programming. The series will be produced by DreamWorks Animation and YouTube, which is financing the venture, and is expected to debut next week.
YouTube will be heavily involved in the programming, helping to select popular shows by what's trending on the video-sharing website, which is owned by Google.
The series will have its own host and a team of 10 people hired by DreamWorks Animation to help curate shows and identify interesting programming.