It's easy to find a few highlights. There's a BET sketch comedy show on YouTube from Majah Hype (The Majah Hype Show), a Facebook Watch celebrity news riff from Nikki Glaser (You Up? With Nikki Glaser), an extension of Broad City on multiple services (Hack into Broad City), a YouTube companion show for MTV's Cribs (Cooking in the Crib with Snooki) and a Nickelodeon YouTube series covering a Minecraft tournament (Super League Gaming Minecraft City Champs). All told, Viacom is clearly aiming at a young audience.
You can also expect Twitter-specific news bites from BET, Comedy Central and TV.
Viacom hasn't outlined release schedules as we write this, and most of these shows aren't likely to make you ditch conventional TV. Not that the company necessarily minds. This is more about catering to a "mobile-first" audience that rarely if ever sits down to watch on a big screen. Viacom knows it can't ignore this audience if it wants to stay relevant, and that means offering more than just a handful of material.