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IAWTV Board Election Results Announced

IAWTV, Indie Intertube, industry, news

IAWTV logo

News from the IAWTV today:

“The International Academy of Web Television™ (IAWTV), an nonprofit organization founded to promote and recognize excellence in original online programming, has announced the newest members of its Board of Directors.

  • April Grant, Executive Producer, Indie Intertube
  • Paul Kontonis, Chief Media Evangelist, Outrigger Media
  • J. Sibley Law, Founder & President, Saxon Mills
  • Susan Miller, Writer/Producer, “Anyone But Me”
  • Jenni Powell, Content & VIP/Speaker Coordinator, Bryan Allen Events
  • Tim StreetWriter/Producer/Director, Ape Digital Inc.”

Not everyone I voted for got a place on the Board, but I am happy with the result. There is a good mix of new and old members, and an International member of the Board, at last! Although April Grant is from the US, she is living in Victoria, BC at the moment, where she co-hosts the weekly ‘Indie Intertube‘ shows with Amanda Shockley. I have seen all those elected taking active roles in promoting the IAWTV and new media in general, across various platforms, so I know these people have the experience, passion and drive to make things happen.

If you are a member of the IAWTV and you voted in the elections – thank you! This organisation needs members to be active and engaged to drive forward. It’s not just the Board members and all those who help on the various committees that make the organisation – it is every single member doing whatever they can to promote, encourage and shape the future.

I was very touched to have been nominated to the Board a second time, but chose to decline because I have some huge projects on the go at the moment and I knew I couldn’t devote the necessary  time to the post. Our new and standing Board members have committed to a huge amount of work on our behalf, and I would like to publicly state that I really appreciate it. I might not agree with every decision but I do support the Board and I am really looking forward to seeing what the future holds for the IAWTV.

 

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CTW6 update: weekend of shooting!

Celebrate The Web, IAWTV, videos, webseries
Rob Hunt, CTW6 Team BREW DP in action

Rob Hunt, CTW6 Team BREW DP in action

After a packed weekend of shooting our ‘Celebrate The Web’ (CTW6) pilot, thought I’d take a little time out to post a couple of pics and let you know how it’s going for Team BREW. We did all the filming in 2 days and now we are editing and sorting out music and all the post production things that need to be done.

A HUGE thank you to Rob Hunt for coming over on Sunday. Having Rob as Director of Photography really taken things to the next level for us. His vast experience with Standard Action and his other works was invaluable and gave us a new perspective on things. Plus, it was great fun even in the incredible heat.

We are also going to be announcing the other members of Team BREW later, people who have stepped in to really help out with all the post work that needs to be done at short notice. Thank you!!!

I’m not going to give anything away about the pilot itself. This is something new, and we think it will totally [censored] your [censored] off. Paul’s suggested motto for Team BREW:

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I’ll leave you with that for now…

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After the IAWTV Awards – check out these videos!

Brenda White, IAWTV, webseries

 

IAWTV Awards 2012 logo

After the recent IAWTV Awards there has been a flurry of activity behind the scenes to make photos and videos from the event available to everyone. There are photos on the IAWTV Facebook page and Indie Intertube have lots, taken by Brenda White, on their Facebook page. I put some hastily-captured screen grabs up on Flickr, too.

Apart from the actual Awards ceremony itself, the IAWTV hosted several Educational and Industry Track panels at CES that will be of interest to anyone involved in making (or watching) web TV. Thanks to post and editing by Adam Lohnes, the following are all available on the IAWTV YouTube channel, with more on the way:

  • Finding, Growing and Cultivating an Audience Online
  • Programming Your YouTube Channel to Succeed
  • Directing the WEB
  • Leadership Opportunities for Women on the Web
  • Working With Brands and Content Creators
  • IAWTV Awards: Best Comedy Web Series
  • Producers: Interactive Story Creativity
  • Shooting for Success: Best Production Practices for Your Web Series
  • IAWTV Awards: Best Drama Web Series

The Official playlist is here:

They are a great resource and exactly the kind of content the IAWTV is striving to provide for members and the wider community. A huge thank you to everyone involved!

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