Web Series

This is our channel devoted to news and information about Web Series (episodic web video shows). Stay up-to-date with the newly emerging online video movement towards web television and more entertainment based web video television shows. Here we will cover new and interesting web series, talk about those companies that are supporting web series creators (like Revision3, Crackle, YouTube, and more), the type of episodic web video show content that interests us, and keep up-to-date with the latest and greatest web series episodes.

Beyond Engagement: Harnessing the Power of B2B Video Marketing

Beyond Engagement: Harnessing the Power of B2B Video Marketing

Does Canada have great B2B video examples? Of course they do. How about a series from Kinaxis starring Kevin Pollak and Ray Wise parodying corrupt ERP? And how about John St., who has come out with a few hilarious videos and hail from north of the border?

New Arrested Development Shows the Effect of Raised Expectations

New Arrested Development Shows the Effect of Raised Expectations

The new season of Arrested Development came with lots of high hopes and expectations. And like all things where fans demand to be entertained exactly as they were before, those hopes and dreams were given a reality check. However, this season of Arrested Development is just as good. It’s just different.

Revision3, Discovery Launch TestTube Digital Network

Revision3, Discovery Launch TestTube Digital Network

Revision3 and Discovery are launching a new digital network called TestTube. It has all the types of shows you’d expect from the geeky/nerdy set that help us learn more about our world and maybe even laugh in the process.

Trailer for Arrested Development on Netflix Hits Online

Trailer for Arrested Development on Netflix Hits Online

Arrested Development, which re-launches on May 26 on Netflix, has released a trailer for the upcoming goodness. Some of it feels a bit strange, but most of it looks like we’ve gone back to 2006 and corrected the wrong that this show was ever cancelled.

Annoying Orange Will Get 2nd Season on Cartoon Network May 16

Annoying Orange Will Get 2nd Season on Cartoon Network May 16

Despite a nearly universal professional loathing of Annoying Orange, the show has proved to be a huge hit on Cartoon Network and is getting a second season starting on May 16. Why is that, you ask? Well, there’s the matter of boys aged 6-14. That’s why.

Amazon’s Zombieland Trailer Vs. the Internet: Does Initial Impression Matter?

Amazons Zombieland Trailer Vs. the Internet: Does Initial Impression Matter?

Amazon unleashed their Zombieland: The Series trailer, and so far the reaction has been, “But where’s all the people I loved in the movie?” Or at the very least, “Where is anyone I love at all?” Amazon’s first entry into original series still looks pretty funny, though.

Creative Women Join Forces on ‘Wonderly’ [Interview]

Creative Women Join Forces on Wonderly [Interview]

Women looking to find content and create content should take a look at Wonderly, which encourages creativity in every realm of expression: writing, music, cooking, drawing, etc. Wonderly’s network creates a great amount of video, including entries from Megan Tonjes, Ophelia Dagger, Overly Attached Girlfriend, and Squaresville.

Maker Studios and Tribeca Launch Picture Show Channel on YouTube

Maker Studios and Tribeca Launch Picture Show Channel on YouTube

Maker Studios, in collaboration with Tribeca, will be bringing a channel called Picture Show to YouTube. It will look to combine the forces of Maker and Tribeca to form an online community where creative types can collaborate and make YouTube magic.

Meet The ‘Kids’ Behind Premium Video Content [INTERVIEW]

Meet The Kids Behind Premium Video Content [INTERVIEW]

We talk to Jason Berger of Kids At Play, who have made web series on Yahoo and YouTube channels like LOUD and IGN Start, as well as creating social video campaigns with top brands, like Purina. What is the formula for their success?

Simon Cowell Partners With YouTube To Find Next Big Thing

Simon Cowell Partners With YouTube To Find Next Big Thing

Simon Cowell is no stranger to the power of YouTube when it comes to making his artists famous. It was pretty much responsible for making global superstars out of One Direction and Susan Boyle and now he’s launching a talent content to find the next big act to take the world by storm.

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