MIGHTY OAK ENTERTAINMENT’S “WHACKED OUT VIDEOS” SOLD TO KDOC
May 30, 2014 - Releases |Press
MIGHTY OAK ENTERTAINMENT’S “WHACKED OUT VIDEOS”
SOLD TO KDOC
 
KDOC is the first station to air episodes of the comedy clip series
in its fully converted 16X9 format


Los Angeles, CA — May 30, 2014
– Mighty Oak Entertainment, the independent production company founded by Warner Bros. alum Mark OBrien, has cleared one of its flagship properties, “Whacked Out Videos,” on KDOC, the independent station in Los Angeles. 
 
In making the announcement, OBrien noted that both “Whacked Out Videos” and the company’s “Whacked Out Sports” will be fully converted from SD to the 16X9 format for their syndication runs beginning in September of 2014.
 
KDOC is the first station in the nation to air the newly converted episodes of “Whacked Out Videos,” which is a funny and amusing look at the bizarre, weird and just plain hilarious videos from around the world.
 
KDOC is airing “Whacked Out Videos” in the coveted 7 p.m. time slot as a Monday thru Friday strip series.
 
About Mighty Oak Entertainment
Mighty Oak Entertainment is an independent production and distribution company with the world’s largest wholly-owned sports and comedy clip show library. Boasting 50,000 clips, Mighty Oak Entertainment has amassed more than 500 episodes of its franchised sports-comedy properties “Whacked Out Sports” and “Whacked Out Videos,” two series that have captivated and entertained audiences globally. The company’s programming has aired on Spike TV, NBC Sports, G4, WGN America and other networks around the world, and has been syndicated throughout the US, including extensive distribution across the NBC owned and operated as well as FOX stations. Founded by Warner Bros. alum Mark OBrien in 2005, Mighty Oak Entertainment has multiple young male skewing programs in development and is exploring digital partnerships to capitalize on its library. For more info, visit: www.mightyoakentertainment.com.
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