Posted by WebVee on December 7, 2017 in Columns Jeanette Bonner

By Jeanette Bonner Currently in its 4th year, NYC Web Fest is a festival that prides itself on its diverse submissions, and this year was no exception.  The festival was created by Lauren Atkins to bring together a multifaceted group of people from around the world.  In addition to selections brought from international creators from

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Confessions of a Web Fest Junkie

Posted by WebVee on October 26, 2017 in Columns

So, you have an independent web series and want to promote it.  How do you get exposure? How do you get the attention of media?  How do you catch the eye of those intrepid entrepreneurs creating streaming platforms for digital short form content? How do you hook up with the people who will fund and

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Halloween Favorites

Posted by WebVee on October 27, 2016 in Columns

HALLOWEEN FAVORITES For your Halloween viewing pleasure, WebVee Guide has chosen some favorite spooky shows from our archives. Vampires, ghosts & ghouls await… The Ghosts Bloody Mary Show – Sex between a supernatural and a human is one thing, but don’t go falling in love. Mary and her ghostly friends inhabit Hemingway’s bar in this

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ITVFest: Cultivating a Community for Storytellers

Posted by WebVee on October 18, 2016 in Columns Jeanette Bonner

By Jeanette Bonner To get a sense of what ITVFest actually is, you could always troll Facebook for some of the many hundreds of pictures that participants put up the next day.  Or you could scroll through the delightful Twitter handle @OverheardAtITVF which made its debut this year with anonymous overheard nonsense.  But to truly

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WRITERS ON THE WEB: Getting Press for a Web Series

Posted by WebVee on July 20, 2016 in Columns Interview

We had the privilege of being interviewed by Rebecca Norris for the February 27, 2015 issue of Script Magazine. Rebecca Norris is a writer, producer, web enthusiast, and creator of the award-winning web series Split with her production company, Freebird Entertainment. Follow Rebecca on Twitter at @beckaroohoo.  Rebecca: Tell us about the origin of WebVee Guide.  What made you decide to devote your

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Melbourne WebFest Report 2016

Posted by WebVee on July 8, 2016 in Columns

Melbourne WebFest Report 2016 By Shane Savage This weekend just gone, I had the absolute pleasure of attending the fourth annual Melbourne WebFest here in my home town of…yes…Melbourne. Melbourne WebFest is basically a film festival for webseries and was created as a means of celebrating digital content and content creators. With more and more

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Laced & Loaded

Posted by WebVee on March 1, 2016 in Columns Interview

By Ginger Parker Fans of online television, you have some big things in the works to get excited about! Jonathan Robbins, the creator of Asset, Clutch and Out With Dad has a new ‘Vengance Cinema’ project on the horizon that is sure to pique our interests in a both sultry and gritty fashions. The new series

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Let’s Talk About Binge-Watching

Posted by WebVee on February 25, 2016 in Columns

I want to talk about binging. First of all: I agree with you. It’s amazing that we live in a world that has this much media. Have you seen all the great shows and movies out there? Fantastic. And all the different ways we can access them? It’s crazy. The best thing about it all,

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