More Tough Choices Ahead for Independent Animators

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

This time last year, I speculated that the ‘You’ part of ‘YouTube’ was about to become as irrelevant as the ‘Music’ part of ‘MTV’. As it turns out,…

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The Unusual Release Schedule for Sailor Moon Crystal Will Set a Precedent

Thursday, July 3, 2014

This week sees the highly anticipated Sailor Moon Crystal series begin broadcast. Besides being an entirely new version of the original manga (and not a remake of the original anime), it’s also notable for eschewing traditional licensing-based release models, but interestingly, is not embracing the ‘all you can eat’ type that has defined web-based media. Why might that actually be a good thing, and could it be a model for others to follow?

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Keeping Fans On-Track: An Adventure Time Cautionary Tale

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Adventure Time has fostered a large & vibrant fanbase. However, what if fans only concentrate on minute aspects of the show and ignore the broader picture?

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“The Revolution Is Here. What Are You Waiting For?”

Friday, October 14, 2011

This morning, Fed Seibert has a great post about the ongoing revolution in video we’re seeing thanks to YouTube and he has this choice quote (emphasis mine): But…

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How Not to Get Your Favourite Show Un-Cancelled

Friday, September 16, 2011

 Via: Fred Seibert on Flickr While there are a few cartoons could be said to have re-ingnited my passion for animation, one had a bit more of a…

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