Wired's Reddit launches TV show: Your Week

Nicholas Carlson · 05/21/08 10:20AM

Condé Nast-owned social news aggregator Reddit will today launch a new "interactive public television and internet show," from WETA Washington, D.C. called Your Week. Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian tells us the show will feature Reddits usual topics — politics, arts, international, science, tech, social, sports, and pop culture — chosen by through reader and viewer voting. The show's theme song will be chosen through a contest on Jamglue. New Republic senior editor MIchelle Cottle and the National Review's Rich Lowry will host and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting is paying the bills. It's a lot like rival social news site Digg's Internet show, Diggnation. Without the beer or the hoodies, we're guessing. Says Ohanian: