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Category Archives: TV

The web series industry has seen more change in the last six months than in the last six years. I mentioned last week that Hulu has entered the market, and over the course of this week we learned Fox’s digital studio 15Gigs has inked a deal with indie web series distribution portal My Damn Channel. Read More »

Not quite, but we’re inching closer. Reading a great post on Tubefilter a few days ago I had the distinct sense of what it feels like to be in the last stages of a roller coaster climb, before roaring down the other side. Hulu, the online distribution channel created through joint venture by Fox, NBC and ABC in 2007, has entered the original online content market. Until now Hulu has run shows that first appeared on TV and syndicated hosting through other sites, but has had no feasible revenue model.

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Last week I delivered a keynote at SPAA Fringe in Sydney. It’s tricky to know what level to pitch a presentation at, to a room of 200 people who come from all different areas of film & tv production, with varied experience; but I decided to wander introductorily through some of the forms entertainment or storytelling is taking across various platforms, and speak in more detail about case studies I’ve worked on.

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SBS has just confirmed their offer to develop one of KCDC’s cross-platform projects.

It’s a narrative comedy series originally conceived by Kelly Chapman and developed with award winning screenwriter Stephen Sewell. The network funded stage of development begins next month. Stay tuned.