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    6 Steps To Writing a Web Series

    I want to share some “keep it simple stupid” tips used to write my Web series “Parker and Steve: a bromcom."

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    Top 5 Ways to Finance Your Online Content

    Let’s face it: Raising money sucks. That said, it’s still part of the game. Without financing, there are a number of projects I never would’ve been able to make over the years—and calling in favors only gets you so far. Thus, here are my top five ...

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    How to Star on a TV Show in a Social Media World

    Emmy winner Greg Yaitanes, currently the showrunner of Cinemax’s “Banshee,” proves he has his finger on the pulse of how we watch TV now—with one hand on our smartphones.

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    10 Ways to Get Video Views

    Career Hacker columnist Taryn Southern breaks down 10 ways to ensure that your online videos get plenty of viewing love.

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    YouTube’s First Comedy Week Launches May 19

    A mix of sketches, stand-up, and musical performances, the streaming video behemoth’s inaugural comedy fest will feature names known (Sarah Silverman, Ben Stiller) and not-so-known.

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    Top 6 Must-Have Tech Items For Any Actor

    The must-have items from previous installments of Thing of the Week.

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    How WIGS Makes Scripted YouTube Drama Work

    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.

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    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.

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    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.