KoldCast TV wanted to be “the other TV network,” producing serialized original content and distributing it online. In the end, the numbers simply didn’t add up.
Just because it’s on the web, and just because it’s a video game adaptation, doesn’t mean that the second season of the Machinima-distributed, Warner Bros-produced series can’t reach for a higher level of production.
How did the creators of viral hit “Ask A Slave” hit huge numbers in less than a week? The formula involves prominent blog coverage, the current state of American race relations, and the ignorance of tourists.
Easily one of the web series world’s most iconic shows, The Guild ended earlier this year. Creator Felicia Day looks back on the experience, and the book chronicling it.
Jane Austen scholars know “Sanditon” as a posthumously-published unfinished novel, but for Lizzie Bennet Diaries fans, it’s the springboard for a new bridge series that promises unprecedented audience interactivity.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has launched a year-long web series, 82nd & Fifth. In 100 two-minute videos, which will be posted two at a time every Wednesday through December 25, curators talk about “art that changed the way they see the world.”
It’s been common for web series to never make it past a first season. But this year, there are four notable examples of shows continuing their runs, from independent teen dramedies to Jerry Seinfeld chatting with comics.
The web series Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn got nominated for 8 Streamy Awards today. It’s a big-budget-looking production that could provide insight into what the future of multi-platform video entertainment looks like. In this podcast we talk with the show’s executive producers.
Creator Scotty Iseri describes his new educational interactive web series and app experience as “gamified narrative” — he also approaches it as a start-up. The Digits, available on Android and iOS, frames math concepts for the elementary school set.
Thanks to public access television, comedian Chris Gethard has found a way to bring the New York alt comedy scene to the web with The Chris Gethard Show, one of the strangest and funniest interactive talk shows you’ll ever see.