HP Starts Live, Virtual Comedy Program

  • January 24, 2011
HP has launched an online video series and crowd-source entertainment experiment called HP ePrint Live. The online program will be hosted by comedian Rob Riggle and feature actors from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater.

The program, which will air on YouTube, gives viewers the opportunity to suggest ideas for comedic skits through HP ePrint technology. The program will allow viewers to e-mail suggestions that the cast -- via on-stage printers -- can then turn into a performance. The program will be viewable through HP's ePrint Live YouTube channel as well as through the HP for Home Facebook page.

"HP continues to explore new ways to engage with its consumers and give them unique content experiences whether they are at home or on the go," said Tariq Hassan, vice president, Worldwide Marketing and Communications, Imaging and Printing Group, HP, in a statement. "HP ePrint Live exposes YouTube viewers to a new technology by making it the central communications tool for an original, fun and engaging online event."



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