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Prom Queen on Amazon

The long tail of webisodes. From Variety: “The Web series has been repurposed as a full-length feature and will be offered for download exclusively on Unbox, Amazon.com’s digital download service, beginning today. The 90-second installments aired on MySpace, Veoh, YouTube and other vidsites. Last episode bowed June 20. Online series has generated 15 million downloads […]

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MySpace TV

In a bid to compete with Youtube, MySpace announces plans for MySpace TV. From Adweek: “News Corp.’s MySpace will launch an enhanced beta version of its video site this week designed to compete with Google’s YouTube. “This is the next step in the evolution of video on MySpace,” said Jeff Berman, gm of video at […]

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Prom Queen wraps

The serial video experiment comes to a close. From The Washington Post: “Prom Queen” was designed to test the business model as much as the content. The budget for the show was between $100,000 and $150,000 — high for an Internet production but minuscule compared with the budgets Eisner handled at Disney. And financially, it […]

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Prom Queen numbers

From Reel Pop: ” About halfway through its 80-day run, Eisner’s Prom Queen, which is showing on MySpace, is getting about 200,000 views per day, and more than 5.2 million views overall. That’s about the equivalent of a low-rated cable show.” From Media Week: “Veoh, which hosts a Prom Queen channel, has generated the second […]

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Prom Queen

From TechCrunch: “Prom Queen is coming, and it will be distributed on MySpace. Is the future of new media going to be a world where stories are told over eighty episodes that are each ninety seconds long? And advertising galore – pre rolls, post rolls, and product placements. This may be the highest advertising to […]

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