Thursday, February 12, 2009

How's Your News? Original, entertaining, moving.

The idea for "How's Your News?" began in a video production class at a summer camp for adults with disabilities 10 years ago. An eager group of campers started producing their own news show; interviewing people in the surrounding town and reporting the news for their community. Before they were famous, South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker got wind of these unique news programs, which were being passed around on video tapes, and chipped in some money for the "How's Your News?" reporters to create their first documentary film. From there, they were off to the races. The team created a YouTube channel in 2006, and just launched a weekly show on MTV, which debuted last Sunday at 10:30 pm EST/PST.

The show is getting lots of buzz.

Check out the "How's Your News?" trailer here:


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