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Film Futures
Signals along the road to possible futures for indie film
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How TV can leverage Tumblr for social buzz and analysis

How TV can leverage Tumblr for social buzz and analysis | Film Futures | Scoop.it

Natan Edelsburg: "[Rachel Webber, Tumblr’s Director of Partnership Development] gave Lost Remote an extremely detailed interview and inside look on how Tumblr fits into the social TV ecosystem, network’s doing a great job on Tumblr and best practices for launching and succeeding on the platform"...


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Internet distributors changing the TV syndication game - for the better!

Internet distributors changing the TV syndication game - for the better! | Film Futures | Scoop.it
Television production studio executives long have been wary of Hulu and other forms of Internet distribution, fearing they would lead to increased piracy and destroy lucrative secondary markets, including syndication and DVD sales. But video streaming services offered by Netflix, Hulu and Amazon.com are becoming an unexpected boon to the TV syndication market.

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The Search for Indie TV at SXSW

The Search for Indie TV at SXSW | Film Futures | Scoop.it
The question all over the festival this year -- is there a television equivalent to independent film?

 

A good question! 

 

You might also like to check out Mobcaster ... "By combining a crowd-funding platform with an online television channel, Mobcaster is the first and only place to find original, independent, audience-supported television shows."

 

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Digital Hollywood L.A. 2011:The Two Screen Revolution

Digital Hollywood L.A. 2011:The Two Screen Revolution | Film Futures | Scoop.it
Tablets and smartphones are changing viewing habits whether this be by offering simultaneous viewing on a second screen or providing a social media forum for viewers during programming.

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