CBS show moves from online to on-air

"Inturn," which follows wannabe actors competing for a spot on "As The World Turns," has been promoted to a one-hour broadcast.

"Inturn," the online series that ran on CBS' Innertube broadband channel, is getting promoted to a one-hour broadcast slot.

On Nov. 24, the network will air a compilation episode featuring highlights from the show's 24 episodes streamed on Innertube, which can be accessed through the CBS Web site.

The move marks the first time CBS will air a show created exclusively for the Web.

"Inturn" followed the struggles of eight wannabe actors competing for the chance to be cast as a character on CBS' daytime drama "As the World Turns." Alex Charak, 18, of Roslyn Heights, N.Y., was crowned the winner.

As further demonstration of the opposite trend by networks to blend online distribution with television, Fox said Tuesday that it will debut the fourth-season premiere of "The O.C." online before its broadcast premiere.

Beginning Thursday and one week before its broadcast airing Nov. 2, "The O.C." premiere episode will be available on its corporate siblings' MySpace and MyFoxLocal Web sites. The show's second episode also will debut through the sites before its network airdate, with both episodes available through Fox on Demand for nearly a week following their broadcast premiere.

"The O.C." joins previously announced Fox programming streaming on and MyFoxLocal Web sites, including "Prison Break," "Justice," "Vanished," " 'Til Death," "Bones," "Happy Hour," "The Loop" and "Talkshow With Spike Feresten."

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