YouTube's brand new food channel HUNGRY, created by multimedia studio Electus, is set to launch Wednesday and HuffPost Food has you covered with everything you need to know. The channel, helmed by Food Network and Cooking Channel veteran Bruce Seidel, aims to form a more direct community with viewers than television can, and have more flexibility with format and content. Seidel believes that the programs on HUNGRY have strong enough production value to rival food programs on mainstream television -- though the programs are much shorter for the online audience. Expect a lot in the one to three minute range.
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