In Backstage’s new column Career Hacker, online maven Taryn Southern breaks down the importance of an online presence for readers.
For all the small character actors whom you recognize from classic films like “The Shining” and “Ghost,” but whose names you don’t know, comes Web series “No Small Parts.”
Rodrigo García and Jon Avnet co-founded WIGS, YouTube’s top channel for scripted dramatic content, in 2010. The channel, which hosts Web series and shorts featuring female leads, recently announced a producing partnership with Fox Broadcasting.
Career Hacker columnist Taryn Southern breaks down 10 ways to ensure that your online videos get plenty of viewing love.
USC grad Freddie Wong built a strong Internet presence and following for his Web series “Video Game High School” and, with Matt Arnold, launched the production company Rocket Jump, where he continues to innovate content delivery.
A partnership between the network and YouTube’s female-centric channel—which attracts actors such as Julia Stiles, America Ferrera, and Maura Tierney—could indicate the future of programming.
In “Tube,” from Incubator Arts Project, the Van Cougar ensemble brings charm and vulnerability to the Web generation’s favorite guilty pleasure, YouTube.
New York actors can start making post-Halloween plans -- with YouTube.
A top distributor of comedy web series is expanding and seeking new content for the debut of the My Damn Channel Comedy Network.
The annual award show announced its winners for social media's top players.