Current, the television network aimed at the younger generation and chaired by former vice president Al Gore, silently went live on Monday to about 20 million households. The network allows its viewers to submit content to be shown on the network that will give it a television news magazine feel.
The network does its programming in what it calls “pods.” Each of the sections are about two to seven minutes long and cover a broad range of topics from parenting, to fashion, finances, and current events. Every half hour Current will produce a short news brief listing the top searched for news stories courtesy of Google.
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