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  • Advice

    How To Shop For a Camera

    One of the inevitable, confusing, and exciting decisions for someone taking the DIY road is whether to purchase your own camera and which one to purchase.

  • News

    Amazon Studios Premieres 14 Pilots

    Amazon Studios has released 14 pilots on Prime Instant Video, including one based on the feature “Zombieland," and the fate of them all rests on your shoulders.

  • Advice

    How to Build an Audience on YouTube

    Unfortunately, gone is the phrase “going viral.” Our Facebook and Twitter feeds have become a marketplace of self-promotion, and when just about everyone seems to be making a Web series, it’s tough to even get people to watch.

  • News

    ‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ Ready for New Life

    Back from the dead, the popular ABC soaps have both released teaser trailers for their upcoming reincarnations as online programming.

  • News

    Get Drunk for Short Film

    Ned Ehrbar, creator of the My Damn Channel series "Co-op of the Damned" is throwing a fundraising bash Saturday, March 30, in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles to raise money for his new post-apocalyptic romantic comedy short-film project "Bunker."

  • Advice

    How to Shoot Video Using Natural Light

    Despite the hurdles, if you familiarize yourself with natural light – what it’s all about and how it works – you’re well on the way to capturing some stunning images. So keep your eyes and your mind open. Here are three tips to consider on your next project.

  • Advice

    Padcaster Turns Your iPad Into a Professional Video Camera

    Padcaster ($149) may change all that by tweaking or outright fixing everything that prevents your tablet from being a top-notch video device, good enough for your professional pursuits.

  • News

    Vimeo Launches VOD

    Offers another option to enterprising performers.

  • News

    The Backstage Digital All-Stars

    These actors, creators, moneymakers, and misfits building the future of entertainment.

  • Interview

    Lisa Donovan Makes Art Happen At Maker Studios

    Maker Studios isn’t just a production company composed of some 300 staffers, 10,000 YouTube channels, and 70,000 square feet of Culver City studio and office space. It’s Donovan’s baby. She co-founded Maker in 2009 with her brother Ben Donovan and fiancé Danny Zapin.