The Chelsea Krost Show on Philadelphia’s WMCN Sees Instant Success

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Chelsea’s Show Tackles Hard-Hitting Topics Relevant to Today’s Millennial Generation

Chelsea’s show tackles hard-hitting topics relevant to today’s millennial generation.

Since its recent inception on WMCN, The Chelsea Krost Show is raising eyebrows and generating quite the buzz. The show provides a platform for today’s hot topics, trends, and issues that affect the Millennial Generation – those born between 1982 and 2002.

Social Media has become the most popular way Millennials communicate these days. From Facebook to Twitter to Yammer, the internet and Social Media are “a central and indispensable element in the lives of American teens and young adults,” according to Pew Research Center. While Social Media provides an outlet to keep friends and families up-to-date and very well informed, it unfortunately also provides bullies with a bigger, more widespread audience.

The question becomes how can teens and young adults delete this “digital drama” and become more heroic by standing up to these bullies.

Chelsea tackles this complex topic, as she sits down with the Editor and Chief of Seventeen Magazine, Ann Shoket. Also guests on the show are Kate MacHugh, activist and author of “Ugly,” and Sierra Dowd, co-founder of “Be More Heroic.”

Chelsea also hosted a show featuring Millennials with Million Dollar Ideas. The theme of the show is “Why search for your dream job when you can create your own?” Krost introduces viewers to Millennials that took their careers into their own hands with successful start-up businesses and million dollar ideas. The program highlights inspiring ideas and advice from the founder of “Dream Water,” Vincent Porpiglia, Josh Heffler, the founder of “Line Rocket Entertainment,” Judy Kuan, spokesperson and trainer for “,” and the founder of “GO TRY IT ON,” Marissa Evans.

Plus, with 2013 nearly halfway over, Chelsea talks celeb news! She dives into the hottest stories of the year in entertainment news, celebrity gossip, and social issues. Her panel includes Dorothy Cascerceri, talk show host and celebrity lifestyle expert, Monique Coleman, actress and founder of GimmeMO, and author and dating coach, Kevin Carr.

About The Chelsea Krost Show

WMCN has teamed up with Studio City, which will help in the production and marketing of The Chelsea Krost Show. Studio City has been marketing and managing the brand image of the nation’s top-rated talk shows, including Live with Kelly and Michael, Katie, Ellen, The Talk, Jimmy Kimmel, among many others.

About Studio City:

Studio City is the largest, most award winning bi-coastal entertainment marketing agency in North America. In addition to hundreds of industry accolades, Studio City is the first and only marketing agency to win two Emmys for its on-air promotion. Since 1995, Studio City has been the creative marketing force behind dozens of television shows including 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, The Biggest Loser, The Office, Law and Order SVU, Live! with Regis and Kelly, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Dr. Phil, Judge Judy, Criminal Minds, South Park, Burn Notice, White Collar and NBC’s 2010 and 2012 Olympics campaigns, including their Super Bowl launch spot. With the youngest, most diverse creative staff in the business, Studio City produces over 9,000 pieces of original creative each year. Throughout its 18-year history, Studio City has evolved into the one- stop agency for award winning launch campaigns, radio spots, sizzle reels, daily topical campaigns, network episodic promotions and syndicated episodic promotion

About WMCN44:

WMCN TV is an independent broadcast television station reaching nearly 3 million homes in southeastern Pennsylvania, central and southern New Jersey, and Delaware. WMCN is owned and operated by Lenfest Broadcasting LLC. WMCN is distributed by Comcast Cable, Verizon Fios, Directv, and Dish Network

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