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A new nationally syndicated program designed to enlighten viewers about the many-splendored glories of smartphone apps is popping up on TV screens this week, reaching some 92 million households in nearly all major markets.
The brainchild of mobile-video pioneer Frank Chindamo and the Emmy-winning creators behind the tabloid TV staples A Current Affair and Hard Copy, The Mo Show is a weekly 30-minute syndie offering reminiscent of G4’s Attack of the Show. Each installment will introduce viewers to some of the coolest and most useful apps for iPhones, Androids and the like, as the hosts survey an array of offerings from software developers and publishers.