Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, delves into the fascinating history of global fan favorite, EPIC FU, with the help of its host, Zadi Diaz, and her co-creator, Steve Woolf. In the realm of here-today, gone-tomorrow online content, how does EPIC FU stay so relevant?
The Buzz about the Web Series Biz with Kristyn Burtt. This episode features The Fall of Kaden and Blue Movies at their “for your consideration” screening presented for Streamy Awards Academy members, Brittney Powell of Safety Geeks: SVI and Jonathan Nail of SOLO – The Series.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, is armed with cupcakes and ready for action with A Comicbook Orange host/editor, Casey McKinnon, and show writer, Rudy Jahchan. It’s a fast-paced interview that’s as fun to watch as a comic book is to read.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, hits the books. She gets a lesson in how to succeed in New Media from creators Chris Smith, Jack De Sena and Brian Singleton, who earn an A+ from fans of their hit show, Dorm Life – the top viewed web series on Hulu.com.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, has a playdate with comedian and mommy blogger/vlogger Daphne Brogdon of CoolMom.com and Momversation.com. Find out how this niche in the web series marketplace stacks up against other web fare.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, takes a seat behind the desk with This Week in YouTube stars, Lon Harris and Shira Lazar, to find out all the scoop on the inner workings of their hilarious MahaloDaily.com hit show.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, snags follow-up interviews on the red carpet with the cast and crew of the buzz-intense web series, Compulsions, at their Hollywood world premiere launch party (The Web.Files Episode 16 features a pre-launch interview with creator Bernie Su and his producer, Michael Tohl). Su signed a month-long exclusivity deal with Dailymotion and word is that the hits are already starting to pour in.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt takes a ride on the spacey side with three of the four stars of the new Babelgum series, Hurtling Through Space at an Alarming Rate (HTSAAAR). Bona fide Web Celebs, Taryn O'Neill, Stephanie Thorpe, and Stuart Paap, take time out from their busy lives in New Media to hurtle through space with The Web.Files. Where, might you ask, is the show 's creator and co-star, Mike Davies, Jr., known for his critically acclaimed and Streamy-nominated web series, After Judgment? He's temporarily on assignment in his hometown of Vancouver. ...Or is he?
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, chats over cupcakes with Kaily Smith, co-creator and co-writer with her production partner, David Weidoff, about their award-winning comedy, MERRIme.com. Both the 2009 Independent TV Festival—ITVFest--and the 2009 NY Television Festival—NYTVF--recognized this popular web series as a standout in the field, awarding it best comedy TV pilot, and best actress respectively. Sweet!
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, means business when she gets the chance to sit down with 15 Gigs’ executives, Gabriel Marano, Vice President of Programming, and Ilsa Berg, Director of Programming at Fox Television Studios. 15 Gigs, the digital entertainment arm of Fox Television Studios, is where all the web content happens including shows such as Tease, Singledom, When Ninjas Attack and Jeremy Redleaf’s Odd Jobs. Turns out, the suits at 15 Gigs are not so different from the content creators they’re partnering with, and they’re just as passionate about New Media.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, takes on the task of interviewing Jeremy Redleaf, creator of Odd Jobs the series, as well as his mega-hit website, Odd Job Nation, where people can sometimes find the oddest of jobs during these tough economic times. Jeremy won the 15 Gigs of Fame Award at the 2009 NYTV Fest making him a Web Celeb to watch in the coming years.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, gets a preview of the highly anticipated web series, Compulsions, a gritty drama by creator Bernie Su and his team of web luminaries and Hollywood veterans. This one has addictive written all over it.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, sits down with the cast of The Cabonauts, including web series star and creator Hayden Black, and cast members Norm Thoeming and Monica Young, to discuss just how a musical sci-fi comedy came about, and what it’s like to work with sci-fi legend Nichelle Nichols of Star Trek fame. Yes. Star Trek. The original one. Seriously.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, unmasks the wise and mysterious New Media guru Tim Street, Chief Creative/CEO of Ape Digital, Blogger at 1TimStreet.com and creator of FrenchMaidtv.com, among many other ventures. Street began his focus on web entertainment in 1999. He’s got a lot of thoughts about how to be effective online. Hear about them directly from the master himself.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, interviews Hollywood producer Charles Rosin (Beverly Hills 90210) and his daughter, Lindsey Rosin, the duo who created a web series about emerging talent in Hollywood as told through a series of humorous monologues. Their entry into the digital landscape aims not only to entertain, but to engage its fans in showcasing their own talents via the multifaceted Showbizzle website.
Web Files' host, Kristyn Burtt, interviews Sean Hinchey and Eric Tozzi, whose web series, Dirty Bomb Diaries, has gone where few series have gone before—into the millions-of-hits category. Like open books, they reveal the secrets to their success…