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Television and the long tail

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The Television Revolution is at the Gates

This article is over a year old and still seems precient. We’re starting to see Indy filmmakers try to raise money this way, but they don’t have the dedicated audience that someone like Joss Whedon or Aaron Sorkin does. If someone at that level decided to go audience funded, they could kick start a whole new industry…

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quite-good on-line experimental video art exhibition

Expanded Cinema is a nice curated collection of experimental or innovative short films that are being hosted round the net. What I like about it is that it is short in scope: 18 days, 18 films, handpicked. It was a manageable project and a quick and delightful watch.

(via Create Digital Motion)

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This Week In Media – Episode 31: 18 Percent Grey

This is a great podcast for digital filmmakers. I particularly liked this week’s episode. They gave their insight into why Apple bought Proximity. Their take was that Apple was looking to counter Avid and Avid’s integration with digital asset management solutions. They also had a great discussion around micro cinemas and social bookmarking of video clips which gave me two great ideas for start-ups. I probably won’t do either of them, but it is nice to be inspired anyway.

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