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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Two from the LA Times: Net Video

The LA Times has two pieces worth reading today:

- Tips to create a YouTube phenomenon, from the guy who did "Shoes.

- A piece about "Afterworld," a new animated series on MySpace. There will be 130 episodes, two to three minutes each. Total budget of $3 million. That makes it the most expensive series to appear on MySpace. If it attracts a decent audience online, I won't be surprised to see it released on DVD or TV -- or maybe in theaters?

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  • $3 million for "Afterworld?" It's so boring!

    Check out
    Those guys are making two web series that are way more interesting and they only spent like $10,000. It comes across as more professional too.

    I can't believe "Afterworld" is costing $3 million....

    By Blogger Unknown, at 12:22 AM  

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