Unlock inspiring, experimental, video strategies at Vimeo's annual, virtual event Outside the Frame 2023 on September 26. Featuring a closing Keynote from Emmy-winning writer, actor, and producer of Abbott Elementary Quinta Brunson
Next TV Summit 2023 is this Tuesday Sept 12 at etc.venues 360 Madison. Speakers include Peacock, FreeWheel, and Plex
A recent Forrester Total Economic Impact (TEI) report targets the broadcast industry and highlights the benefits of web video for broadcasters. Broadcasters are looking for gains across all areas of the business, and the web can provide additional revenue streams.
Streaming studios is a new option for anyone who wants to digitally deliver a theatre productions. In a recent article, Playbill wrote about several Digital Streaming Platforms that have emerged to fill the gaps created by COVID-19. In addition to MTI, which I mentioned in an earlier post, and On The Stage, the Playbill article … Continue reading Streaming Studios Give Theatre Groups New Option
This week, NY Venture capital company work-bench published its State of NYC enterprise tech funding. Surprisingly, this quarter surpassed the first quarter of 2020. Moreover, it set a record for best quarter since work-bench began tracking in 2014. This goes to show VCs are confident tech will bounce back from the financial setbacks due to … Continue reading Enterprise Tech Funding No Sign of Slowing < Work-Bench
Face shields are no substitute for face coverings with tight seals over the mouth and nose. However, as we began discussing last week, for the sake of a safe theatrical performance as we begin reopening Phase Four, they should play a role. While an ideal production during these times would have modified blocking to socially … Continue reading Face Shields up After Curtain Goes Up
Theatrical licensing is embracing live streaming and other recordings due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how you can safely produce a show.
Handing over this week's edition to my high school friend, now a Dr at University of Connecticut I was once told by a very good friend of mine that I “wasn’t really black” because I was “smart”, “kind” in premed classes and I liked the Beatles and REM... but I was “black enough” to be … Continue reading Passing 👉 the mic 🎤
Earlier in the month several articles started popping up talking about people suffering from Quarantine fatigue, after a considerable amount of time asked to #StayAtHome. With Memorial Day just around the corner, these theories will certainly be put to the test, as the Greater NYC metro area is still shy of hitting all the NY Forward re-opening metrics. … Continue reading Virtual Experience 📹 There’s Still Time 🕙 to Build Better 💻
Paycheck Protection Program may be exhausted, for the time being, but U.S. Chamber of Commerce has its own grant program. A short application will go live on April 20, 2020, at 12:00PM PT