'Who Knew' On Yahoo! News Launches Season Five With New Format, Enhanced Graphics And More Topical Episodes
Shine America re-launches Yahoo! News' longest-running web series "Who Knew?" (http://news.yahoo.com/who-knew/) today. With a new format and enhanced graphics, the series will provide viewers with fresh and timely episodes that hit on hot topics and of-the-moment news.
For the fifth consecutive season, Toyota returns as the exclusive sponsor of "Who Knew?.” The company has been the series sponsor since it launched in 2010.
“Who Knew?,” the first original video program on Yahoo! News is a daily, animated short-form news series offering interesting facts and trivia. Currently in its fifth season, “Who Knew?” will celebrate its milestone 800th episode this summer.
“We are grateful to our partners Toyota and Yahoo! who have helped make ‘Who Knew?’ the longest-running video news series on Yahoo! News,” said Vivi Zigler, President, Shine 360°, Shine America. “The series is fun and chock full of wonderful information that the Yahoo! audience can enjoy and amaze their friends with.”
"'Who Knew?' continues to tap into our audience's keen interest in discovering new information every day, especially around the unusual and offbeat topics covered in the show," said Erin McPherson, Yahoo! Vice President and Head of Video. "We are thrilled to be partnering with Toyota as the presenting sponsor, as well as the stellar production team at Shine America, on a fifth season of this hit program on Yahoo!."
“Who Knew?” is executive produced by Derik Parrent and Woody Thompson.
View “White Hat Hackers,” season five’s first episode here: http://news.yahoo.com/video/whoknew-white-hat-hackers-hackers-060000384.html
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