I am a data sponge. I read between 50-100 articles a day and appreciate that a good conference is a great place to get a bunch of information from a lot of smart people all at once. It’s very efficient. I just got back from the WIFT International Women in Digital Media Summit in Strat
I am on the road for a couple of weeks, but had to report back on an interesting interlude I had in Vancouver this week. Last night I went to a What’s Going On Salon event. (Note: if you live in Vancouver and are in film and television you should be going to these talks to learn
I’ve been seeing the term “social TV” a lot lately. This phrase describes the practice of using your computer, tablet or smartphone to connect with your friends (perhaps through social media like Twitter) or to access interactive/community enhancements while watching a live television
Last week I examined some of the typical challenges for using the Internet to market your feature film. This week I turn to the world of television series and some of its somewhat unique challenges and possible solutions.