Saturday 19th April 2014,
Televisual

Web Series Market

Web Video Weekly: Weekly news roundup in world of web video, web series and convergence (click for all)

Programming

Web Series (Heart) New York Boroughs: A Playlist

Ze Frank Returns: Can He Reinvent The Vlog?

Web Shows Trek Past Sci-Fi’s Color Line

Quality Web Originals Jump Over-the-Top

Networks Killed Viral Video: Machinima and the Maturation of Web Video

As The Guild Enters Season Five, Sean Becker Reflects on His Career So Far

Sandeep Parikh, Web Entrepreneur, Shifts from Web to TV

Fine Brothers on Where and How to Publish Your Videos

Fine Brothers: Making and Marketing Hit Videos

Branded Entertainment and the story of MTV’s Valemont

Web Series Remix “Sex and the City”

Lost Alum Finds His Way on the Web with Valemont

The Old Internet Is New Again: If I Can Dream and Chatroulette

Networks and Curators

Mobcaster Finances and Distributes Independent Traditional TV Projects

Programming Your YouTube Channel With the IAWTV

Video Awards: Making a Market?

Marketing to Women With Web Video: An Interview With Mingle Media’s CEO

What Would a YouTube-Next New Networks Deal Mean?

Will Google TV and YouTube Leanback Bind Filmmakers to YouTube?

Xtranormal: The First App for Web Series and Social Storytelling?

Quarterlife Has Passed, After A Brief Second Life on Ning

Finding a Comedy Audience in a Crowded Web Series Market

Awards and Festivals

Web Video/Series Festivals and Conferences (LIST)

Newfronts 2012: Web Networks Take On Television

NYTVF 2011: 1234

Why Creators Should Submit to the IAWTV Awards

Critical Essays

Will This Time Be Different for Web TV?

Soaps Online: The Revolution That Wasn’t?

Looking Beyond Big Video in ‘Continuum’

Outsiders After Viral Video

What Crackle’s Shift to Long-Form Means For Web Video

Dissertation: Off the Line: Independent Television and the Pitch to Reinvent Hollywood

The Problem of YouTube: YouTubers vs. Web Series

Web Series: Labors of Love?

What Should We Call A Web Series (And the IAWTV)?

Kickstarter and Crowdfunding: Are Web Series Successful Raising Money?

The Past and Future Market for Web Comedy

The Web Series Market: Research, Stage One

Crowdsourcing Funding for Web Series

Web Series Research (first introduction)

What Makes a Successful Web Series?

Toward a History of the Web Series Market

Practicing What You Blog, Research