Friday, December 16, 2011

IAWTV Awards

Happy to announce that the early preview episodes of our new sister sci-fi series CONTINUUM have been nominated for two awards at the inaugural IAWTV Awards.

The show is up for Best Production Design and Best Visual Effects.

Big shout out to the production designer Eric Whitney and to the Visual FX Supervisor Chad Briggs and his team at Element X Creative.

The awards are being given in Las Vegas on January 12, 2012 during CES.

We'll let you know how it turns out!

P.S. The full release of CONTINUUM will be announced in early 2012.

P.S.S We plan to have something cool PINK-related in early 2012 too. :)

Thursday, November 10, 2011

CONTINUUM Preview Now on Facebook!

Check out our sister show CONTINUUM now playing exclusively on Facebook...

The first 3 episodes are online now with a wide release of the entire season slated for early 2012.


Tuesday, August 23, 2011

How To Market a Web Series

Some good advice here to web series creators, albeit also common sense - AND does everyone have to reference "The Guild" in every successful web series article? We all like the show and know of its success, but it's a one-of-a-kind for sure and very unlikely to be repeated very often, if at all. Nonetheless, a good read...

From the article...

We have discussed a number of successful web series and what the creators of those series have done to increase awareness, and hopefully viewers. Sometimes, unfortunately, just being good isn’t sufficient. A quality show needs not only to connect, but it needs to have a life of its own outside of its episodes, something people talk about, feel connected to. Something in which viewers are active participants.

Source: How To Market A Web Series To Generate Interest & Gain Viewers
©2008-2011 ReelSEO Video Marketing

Click here to read the entire piece.

Talk soon!

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Advice for Comic-Con 2011

Heading to Comic-Con in San Diego this year? If so, check out this interview with new media maven Felicia Day to get her advice on having a good time...

Good stuff!

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Our Facebook Page

We're trying to build our Facebook page up and we have just over 900 folks so far.... So, if you are on FB please LIKE our page! We hope to have some show news in the near future....


Monday, February 21, 2011

String Theory (Kindle Book)

If you have a Kindle (or the app) definitely check out the new crime novella "String Theory" from "Pink" writer Mike Maden. It's dark and twisted much like our show, and only $0.99 cents!

Direct link:


Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Another Great Kim Matula Scoop

More great press for Kim Matula (who plays College Nate in "Pink") about her growing popularity on the CBS daytime soap opera "The Bold & The Beautiful"...

Speaking of a promising newcomer. Starlet Kimberly Matula is giving a magnificent performance as ever suffering ingĂ©nue Hope Logan. The beautiful blonde actress won viewers over initially for her beauty, but she’s become a great performer.

Read the entire piece:

Very proud of her success! :)

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Kim Matula on CBS Series "The Defenders"

PINK star Kim Matula (she plays "College Nate") has an upcoming role on the CBS drama "The Defenders".

On her Facebook fan page she posted this...

Just letting you know that I will be on an episode of "The Defenders" on February 11th! ..It's on CBS at 8/7c. Set your DVRs and your TiVos :)

We set our DVR and hopefully you will too. The inside scoop is that she makes out with Jim Belushi!

Btw, you can also see her daily on the CBS soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful".

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Exclusive or Super-Syndication Release?

Check out this good article talking web series release models from NewTeeVee...

Direct link:

We definitely went for super-syndication with PINK, although for seasons two and three we gave Vuze a 24 hour exclusive - then the shows went out "everywhere".

Since 2007 PINK has been seen on YouTube,, Hulu, Yahoo, MSNBC, Vuze, Revver, MySpace, Koldcast, iTunes, Metacafe, Veoh, Blip, Break, and others we're probably forgetting.

If you're putting the content out for "free", then we feel it should be available pretty much anywhere folks can watch online video. However, if you're going for a "Freemium" or even a Pay-per-view (or VOD) then exclusivity is obviously the way to go. Or of course if you land a show sponsor, then likely one site or one portal would be used (unless it was product placement and then they might want the show to be available everywhere).

For the record, most of our views have come from YouTube, Hulu and Metacafe

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Happy New Year!

Hope everyone had a great holiday and is ready for some great web television this year. We are still working hard to bring a new season of PINK to the world, but no word as of yet - so please be patient. :)

In the meantime, our sister show CONTINUUM just had its teaser trailer nominated for an Indie Intertube Award. This show will premiere later this year...


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