While it gained positive reviews and a moderate following on the Web, the edgy Web drama pulled in miserable ratings for a network TV debut.
Co-creator of upcoming online show discusses creating for the Web, the 20-something experience, and why inking a MySpace partnership was a "deal with the devil."
Created by the team behind the movie 'Blood Diamond,' the new show will take a look at the lives of six tech-savvy 20-somethings.
It might've started with the tagline "a place for friends," but what it really has to be is a place for entertainment.
Kelly Brett, a London-based television producer, has already been working on Bebo-commissioned video content for the past year.
The hyperactive tech press thrives on "newness," but the real story is often whether last year's next big thing is doing well or falling apart.
ShineReveille International will offer MySpace shows, such as Quarterlife and Roommates to broadcasters across the globe.
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.
A look at the new MOMA exhibit that does NOT have the bendable Nokia, Microsoft rumors about online Office, NIN free music, and bad news for Quarterlife.
Mefeedia, a multimedia search engine, launched today, searching 15,000 video websites.