Thursday 27th April 2017,
Televisual

distribution

When Can We Expect Better Black TV?

When Can We Expect Better Black TV?

When will we see Better Black TV? According to reports, Better Back TV was due first in 2009 (perhaps as far back as 2008) and now spring 2010. Well, there’s only a few more weeks of spring! [...]

April 23, 2010 Aymar Jean Christian uncategorized 18

Finding a Comedy Audience in a Crowded Web Series Market

Finding a Comedy Audience in a Crowded Web Series Market

Originally posted at Ronebreak. [Note: I had a very insightful interview with MyDamnChannel’s CEO and a representative from FTVS’ 15 Gigs, both of which are really thinking about how to scale the web series market. I’ll be posting more of that interview in the coming week.] Online comedy hasn’t been kind to television studios looking [...]

February 19, 2010 Aymar Jean Christian uncategorized 3

Graduating from YouTube Hard Without Big Media Support

Graduating from YouTube Hard Without Big Media Support

Increasingly as the supply of content online rises, getting your work and/or yourself noticed is a major challenge. Graduating from a site like YouTube, even after gaining a high profile, is even more difficult. Suddenly producers find they can’t push their products/themselves alone. They need the big media. The big media wasn’t there for out [...]

February 3, 2010 Aymar Jean Christian uncategorized 0

Black Hulu: Creating a Home for Independent Black Video

Black Hulu: Creating a Home for Independent Black Video

Many thanks to Racialicious for reposting this! When new technologies emerge a host of new companies tend to sprout up. Tons of independent radio stations catering to diverse interests existed before 1970s-style deregulation. Digital technology brought dozens of new channels to television; that same technology fostered numerous production companies making independent TV and films. Now [...]

October 15, 2009 Aymar Jean Christian uncategorized 10