Monthly Archive for: ‘December, 2009’

NATPE 2010 – Mobile Video

Mobile Video: All You Need to Know About Creation & Distribution Remember when content for mobile distribution was the “next big thing”? Well, it’s now and happening! Cutting-edge, award-winning content is thriving in the mobile world. Don’t get left behind;

Pepsi to Skip Super Bowl Ads in Favor of $20M Social Media Campaign

The Super Bowl is consistently one of the most-watched television programs of the year. Even as network television viewership continues to erode — thanks to cable, timeshifting and Internet options — advertisers are still willing to pay big ad dollars

3D Game Developers Get New Pipeline to Monetize and Socialize Fans

Unity 3D game developers now have a definitive place to go to monetize and socialize their online games. OverInteractive Media Inc. has just launched dimeRocker, the innovative self-publishing platform for Unity 3D game developers to deploy, manage and monetize their

Interactive Narrative 'Inanimate Alice' Featured in Epic Documentary TV Series

The Future of the Novel is Digital Inanimate Alice, the award-winning interactive title from novelist Kate Pullinger, recent recipient of the Governor General’s Award for fiction, features in the final episode of TVO’s epic documentary series Empire of the Word

Consumers Warming Up to Mobile Video: Study

The conventional wisdom used to be that the smaller the screen, the less likely it would be that consumers would want to watch video on it. And sure, when watching a live sports event or a summer blockbuster, they’re going

Animated Dilbert and New Yorker ‘Cartoon A Day’ Calendar Applications Launch on BlackBerry Smartphones

Fans of Dilbert and The New Yorker Cartoons Can View Animated Clips of the Comics With Their Daily Schedule Directly on Their BlackBerry Smartphone Santa Monica, CA / Waterloo, ONTARIO  – RingTales (www.ringtales.com), a digital media content company that produces

Ice Pilots Takes Flight for History Television

The combination of an icy northern Canadian climate and WWII planes doesn’t sound like a hit on paper, but Ice Pilots NWT has been a ratings wonder for History Television in Canada. Gabriela Schonbach, Omni Film partner and executive producer