Famous for producing Michael Jackson's sixth studio Album Thriller, which has sold over 110 copies worldwide, Quincy Jones will be celebrating Black Music Month with Yahoo! Music in a four part web series beginning June.
Each week will showcase a new interview with Jones and Yahoo! Music editor Billy Johnson, Jr., discussing Jone's point of view on the… Continue
By demand, WEB SERIES NETWORK is set to bring its popular 'Making Web Series' video interviews to downloadable PDF ebook.
If you like watching the 30-webisode video edition, WEB SERIES NETWORK is making the text edition that allows you to read the complete first season electronically on your Kindle, iPad, monitor or in paper form.
'Making Web Series' seeks to give people an inside look at what goes into making a web series through video interviews with web… Continue
Fuller created the Hulu web series 'If I Can Dream' and the 'American Idol' franchise
'American Idol' owner CKX announced on Friday it has received a buyout proposal from a group of investors led by Simon Fuller. CKX says it is evaluating the offer and other options. CKX is valued at almost $600 million.
Fuller created the 'Idol' franchise but sold his 19 Entertainment company to CKX, Inc. in 2005 for around $100 million.
To succeed in making web series, it's important to make content for a niche audience. Do research. Find out which sites your audience frequents and market your web series on those sites.
These days, it's no longer about who can produce the best content, it's 100 percent about who can create quality niche content and the people who have the marketing acumen to bring their content directly to the intended audience.
Know that the shotgun effect does not work… Continue
'Making Web Series' showcases five independent web series creators discussing their craft.
Chris Wiltz, creator of 'Semi-Dead' talks about his marketing approach. "When I conceptualized the show, I knew it wasn't going to be a show for everybody. For me it was important to get at a niche audience..."
Chris talks about Semi-Dead's niche audience, connecting to various media outlets who can help reach those audience, and much more!!
The Huffington Post, co-founded by Arianna Huffington (seen here) is launching a new original web series entitled 'Doers,' featuring a series of video interviews with individuals who have been identified as innovators doing "extraordinary things" -- such as 'Avatar' director James Cameron or NY Times Columnist Thomas Friedman.
HuffPo editors are asking its readers to pick five interview candidates from among a list of fifteen nominees for the… Continue
RedLever, a maker and distributor of premium branded entertainment, announced today it has acquired the web rights to the reality web series 'Steve Clarkson Dreammaker,' which follows select NFL hopefuls in a nationally publicized tour as they compete to be named one of Clarkson's prestigious 'Super 7,' America's top seven high school quarterbacks.
The web series marks the first time a television crew was allowed to document the national tour – with full,… Continue
For the first time in the history of the PGA, golf fans and viewers can get a behind the scenes look at the making of the 92nd annual PGA Championship with the 'Behind The Greens' web series premiering June 3 exclusively on www.pga2010.com.
The show follows three key people among hundreds who help make it all happen.
Get a first look at the 'Behind The Greens' trailer… Continue
In 'Making Web Series,' five independent web series creators are interviewed about their craft. Above, Jen Dawson, creator of 'Party Girl Plus One' talks about marketing and what she'll do different on future projects. Watch the complete first season of 'Making Web Series' now on… Continue
Former champion Miguel Cotto has launched a reality web series 'Road To The Bronx' to promote his June 5th fight with undefeated Israeli boxer Yuri Foreman at Yankee Stadium.
Cameras follow Miguel as he prepares for the fight. In the first webisode below, Cotto looks back on his defeat at the hands of Manny Pacquiao and how he is inspired to return triumphant. In the second and third… Continue
Actor Seann William Scott has launched Elephant Pictures with screenwriter Steve Conrad to create filmed entertainment and web series.
Scott says he wants to be able to do things that are a bit subversive and something that a studio would be less willing to do. "We want to do something we can control and with the people we love. Right now it's an economic climate where it's better to control your own projects," adds Scott.