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Former MTV Personality Launches Three Web Series (Exclusive)

SuChin Pak will lead "5 Questions," "Currently Coveting" and "Video Maven" in the NBCUniversal-owned property's efforts to expand.

In the thick of New York Fashion Week, former MTV personality SuChin Pak has teamed with style website DailyCandy for three new web series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.

Pak, who is best known for being an MTV News correspondent and is DailyCandy's chief correspondent, will lead three fashion-centric digital properties, two of which are timed to the start of New York Fashion Week.

Pak will lead 5 Questions With SuChin Pak, which profiles noteworthy A-listers with questions from Facebook and Twitter, as well as DailyCandy editors. The Hollywood Reporter has the first look at the first in the web series, which features model Coco Rocha, who will appear on Oxygen's new competition series The Face, revealing insight into the modeling world.

Currently Coveting and Video Maven will roll out weekly, highlighting Pak's perspective on what's being coveted now and the viral videos she is currently eyeing.

Pak has co-hosted the pre-shows for MTV Video Music Awards, the Movie Awards and the Grammys, and has covered Oscars, Golden Globes and Sundance Film Festival red carpets. As an MTV News correspondent, Pak has interviewed talent like Mariah Carey, 'NSync, George Lucas, Mary J. Blige and Billy Idol. Among the MTV projects she's taken part in: the documentary special My Life (Translated).

DailyCandy is a multi-platform women’s digital-media company focusing on fashion and food.

The new web series announcements come after Alison Moore moved to the NBCUniversal-owned DailyCandy from HBO as executive vp and general manager as part of an effort to broaden its properties through various digital platforms.

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