Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried cite geek hero Joss Whedon as a major inspiration behind The Resistance, set in the same "universe" as their groundbreaking Lonelygirl15.
Lonelygirl15 has been a YouTube phenomenon. It's gone from one girl's video blog to an online soap opera with big ambitions.
The newly minted firm, Eqal, aims to create online-video projects with an infusion of social networking. And it's already grabbing the attention of notable Valley investors.
Once believed to be a real video blogger, the cute teenage Web video character is killed at the hands of religious cultists.
The final episode of the 'first season' of the popular scripted videoblog will debut exclusively on the social network's video platform.
The video blogger, outed as an actress, is cast in a movie in which she plays a girl who joins a high-school wrestling team.
No, this is not a joke.
Tom Lesinski, president of Paramount Digital Entertainment, is bullish on Web video and believes the platform is an untapped goldmine for the big studios.