Video Blogging will become real when those watching TV can view aggregated, edited and hosted shows. It looks like VHI's purchase of online video aggregator iFilm will come to life by way of Web Junk.
The show will apparently take over where traditional film shorts left off.
"Our intention as creators and aggregators of content is to treat our audience as publishers," Harrison said. "Now that we're going to be delivering a fully automated tool, users will be able to upload whatever video they want and they'll get a chance to get on TV as well.
"Web Junk 20" will include "celebrity material, current news material, local TV and clips like "cop shoots self in foot," an all-time classic, Hirschorn said. "The goal is to be reasonably current if something really stupid happens."
The Hollywood Reporter has more.