San Francisco, California (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
Draper, host and creator of “The Valley Girl Show” interviews Jessica Alba, actress and successful businesswoman, about her growing and hugely popular company—The Honest Company.
Alba shares with Draper why she started The Honest Company, how it’s become successful over the past year, and announces their new Honest Company mobile application, Honest Baby, on the show. Alba even gives Draper a tour of The Honest Company’s offices.
February is the first-ever “App Happy Month” on The Valley Girl Show, and Draper will be discussing mobile apps with many entrepreneurs and celebrities including Alba and Flipboard co-founder Evan Doll.
Viewers can watch the interview with Jessica Alba at valleygirl.com.
“The Valley Girl Show” is syndicated across a network of distribution partners and regularly receives over two million monthly views across multiple platforms. These platforms include multiple television boxes such as Roku and Boxee, iTunes, and downloadable mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android. It can also be seen on screens at thousands of restaurants across the country including McDonalds, Wendy’s, Taco Bell and Denny’s. The show is viewable online on ValleyGirl.com, Youtube and 25+ other distribution channels. The rapidly growing audience consists primarily of cosmopolitan, tech savvy 18-35 year-olds who are highly educated and have large social networks.
Draper has produced and distributed over 150 interviews with some of the greatest minds in business, entertainment, government and technology including; Ted Turner, Mark Cuban, Sheryl Sandberg, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, MC Hammer and Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google. Valley Girl has been called “Must see startup TV” by USA Today.
Previously a Nickelodeon star, Draper has used her comedic and acting talents to bring an approachable feel to the business world. Through Valley Girl, she has helped pioneer the way in the digital media world and has created a new distribution model for online shows.