Celebrity Chef Roy Choi takes a dive into the flavors, sounds and styles of Los Angeles in his new CNN web series – Street Food. Roy dips into the lives of cultural tastemakers to get their perspectives on how everyday trends and cultural movements are born. These are influencers who may work in and around Hollywood, but tackle life with a DIY, on-the-ground approach. Thus the title, Street Food.
The latest CNN Digital Studios production goes live on October 13 and debuts across CNN Digital (CNN.com, CNN Mobile Products, CNN Social), with all eight episodes premiering at once. Interview subjects include: Michelle Phan (YouTube sensation), Jon Favreau (filmmaker), Mike D. (Beastie Boy), Anthony Bourdain (traveler) and Sage Vaughn (artist).
This is the latest series from CNN Digital Studios, the premium digital content arm of CNN, and ahead of Dhani Jones’ Be a Champion due out in early 2015.
Take a sneak peek into the series on CNN.com, and exclusive early images of some of the episodes to come:Street Food with Roy Choi
CNN’s resident Boy on the Bus, Peter Hamby (@PeterHambyCNN), is taking viewers into the world of political campaigns through his own personal lens with the launch of Hambycast. The weekly series will provide a uniquely candid and casual look at American political campaigns, beyond the speeches and staged events - right into the heart of personal on-the-ground retail politics.
In the debut episode, Hamby proves he has the best job in journalism as he cracks a beer with college football fans, like Texas Governor Rick Perry, while tailgating at the University of South Carolina.
Be on the lookout for this weekly project, produced in partnership by CNN Politics and CNN Digital Studios.FULL STORY