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Hollywood writers, producers consider new media content creation

The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors, an alliance of television and new media content creators, held a fascinating panel on Wednesday, February 23, that focused on creating new media content. How different is it than writing for traditional TV? Can independent producers actually get in front of a brand, with no agent or other big connections? How is “bang for the buck” measured?

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Digital Holllywood: Discussing Broadband Content

Moderated by Interactive TV Alliance CEO Allison Dollar, a group of panelists discussed the issues involved in creating successful business models and creative content for broadband platforms: Jen Pate and Barb Machen, co-creators and co-executive producers of “Jen and Barb: Mom Life,” Oren Katzeff, vp/gm. Demand Media Entertainment (which runs Crack); Rafi Fine, co-CEO of Fine Brothers Film; Mark Warshaw, chief interactive officer/co-founder of The Alchemist; and Will C. Rogers, CEO of Rooftop Comedy.

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NBC Entertainment’s Marc Graboff Keynotes at Digital Hollywood

Although MobilizedTV is focused on content on mobile platforms, we do make the occasional exception. We are attending Digital Hollywood at the Loew’s in Santa Monica (expect additional coverage over the next few days) and attended the conference’s keynote address, by Marc Graboff, chairman of NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios. Graboff was interviewed by CNBC media and entertainment reporter Julia Boorstin.

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“The Cabonauts” Blast Off at Comic-Con

The Cabonauts, the latest web/mobile series from comedian/writer Hayden Black, just debuted at Comic-Con. The series takes place in 2183, when humans have conquered the stars but still need a way to get to the human outputs scattered across the galaxies. That’s where Cabonauts, Inc. comes in: taxi cabs to pretty much anywhere you want to go in the universe. Each episode also features a music video with original songs. One of draws at Comic-Con was Star Trek’s Nichelle Nichols, the original Lt. Uhuru. Nichols will be a series regular, says Black.

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