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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."
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.
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.
ShineReveille International will offer MySpace shows, such as Quarterlife and Roommates to broadcasters across the globe.
MySpace has quietly licensed a new series of original programming from Hollywood duo Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, according to a source.
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.
Kelly Brett, a London-based television producer, has already been working on Bebo-commissioned video content for the past year.
Social network co-produces "Special Delivery," which throws delivery employees into awkward situations caught on film.
This is the News Corp.-owned social-networking site's first time producing a scripted Web series; three-minute episodes will run through Dec. 21.
It might've started with the tagline "a place for friends," but what it really has to be is a place for entertainment.