Wednesday, April 14, 2010

WebTVWeek Wrap up - UPDATED 4/26/10

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An update from the folks at Tubefilter: "The Truth About the Streamy Awards and the IAWTV"
Responses to the Tubfilter post:
Casey McKinnon from a Comicbook Orange
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After a long day of hanging out and working all day on the red carpet, this is how my day ended, since I never got a chance to take a nicely dressed picture on the carpet earlier.

The ceremony itself was very very long and wracked with problems. While sitting there during one of the many glitches, I read the tweets about the awards. It just seemed dreadful what the live streaming audience was watching.
But you can follow the aftermath online for yourself:

Horrible Turn, this one too!

Letter from Sandeep Parikh

The Streamys: Post-Show Community Feedback and Discussion

Danger Nation's Rant

Or just go to Youtube.com and search Streamy Awards 2010

Open Letter from the Executive Producers of the Streamys

A wrap-up from Mediocre Films

Red Carpet interviews from The Web.Files, some are even from the live-streaming portion they did.

The Streamys was a great learning experience on working with live streaming. Had I realized the magnitude of it prior to the red carpet starting I may have felt a little more stress. Luckily, it was only after 2 hours of Red Carpet interviews and being seated in the audience did I appreciate the fabulous people I get to work with. Thank you Sandra Payne for allowing me to work with you, Perry Payne for teaching me so much about behind the scenes, Kristyn Burtt for the opportunity to listen, watch and learn and Melissa Anchondo for making the downtime between shots fun!

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Hot sauce and whipped cream

What the fuck and am I doing? thought Lucy. this is a miserable and horrible life. How does one carry on every day, week after week. You know once you stop doing and just sit and not move, you question more than you normally would. Busy days are filled with constant movement listening to the next order, moving, helping. But once it all stops you

May you trust that you are exactly where you are meant to be...