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Twitter Telelevision?

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During my two summers working at MySpace I saw a great deal of frustration towards the insular nature of the “webisode.” Try as they may, internet hits could not make the transition into successful full length television series. Why? Too … Continue reading

The Hidden Power of Cult.

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I’m always surprised when it takes me more than two seasons to catch onto a good show – yet it happens ALL the time. Arrested Development and Veronica Mars didn’t become two of my all-time favorite shows until YEARS after … Continue reading

“It’s called breaking, and it’s unprofessional!” …poking through the fourth wall.

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Tina Fey is no stranger to the world of live television, consequently, it didn’t exactly come as a surprise when she and NBC decided to air live versions of an episode of “30 Rock” last month. This choice did several … Continue reading

Rajwinder Kaur and MC Hentz Present: DRABBLE.

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It’s: HIGHper-Sexed Semi-Political allegory sweetened by Southern Hospitality and the just right amount of… “What the hell was that?” It’s: Creatures of the night, Ghoulish Greek Mythology and the endangered Nymph-Dandelion-battle for the BRIGHT POWER SOURCE of the working class … Continue reading

Viral video changed everything

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I’ve recently stumbled upon some wonderfully high-larious web series based/celebrity impersonations which personify how deep this whole remix culture really goes. Not only is content out there to be remastered and reimagined, but the people themselves… given it’s a little … Continue reading

hitRECord.org : the Epitome of REmix

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“In everything I do, I endeavour to espouse and inspire enthusiastic novelty. My intention is for that to come through loud and clear in my interactions with everybody I meet. Especially you.” – Burning Dan Last year I spent the … Continue reading

TV vs. Film

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I’ve been watching a great deal of television as of late – by which I really mean to say, the past three years. I used to think that I only wanted to work in film, to make grande acrylic opus’ … Continue reading