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"omg!Insider," formerly known as "The Insider" (TV show), CBS Television Distribution's nightly, half-hour entertainment newsmagazine, entered its ninth season in fall 2012. Thea Andrews and Kevin Frazier serve as co-anchors. On-air correspondents include Michael Yo and Mary Kitchen. Kristen Aldridge, Keltie Colleen, Nina Parker and Theo Von are contributors.

The show was rebranded in January 2013 to create a multiplatform entertainment news series. The new format will be a true web and on-air
"The Insider" TV show hosts Lara Spencer and Kevin Frazier
The Insider TV show hosts Lara Spencer and Kevin Frazier
collaboration aiming to reinvent how consumers access entertainment news across screens. Online, Yahoo!'s omg! will provide continually updated coverage, including video clips, celebrity interviews, photo galleries, engaging editorial and a number of interactive social features. On air each evening, the TV show will offer a unique mix of informal in-studio conversations with celebrities and personality-driven discussions around the day's hottest topics and trends.

The series reports on the world of celebrity news from a unique in-depth perspective, covering the day's breaking news, as well as the latest in fashion, music, television, film and world events.

"Omg!Insider" is produced and distributed by CBS Television Distribution and is taped in Studio City, California. Linda Bell Blue, who launched "The Insider" in 2004 as the highest-rated debut of any newsmagazine in syndication since 1996, is executive producer along with Brad Bessey.


Network: Syndicated
Genre: News
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: September 13, 2004
Seasons: 9
Production Company: CBS Paramount Network Television

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