NewTeeVee breaks down what it costs to make a webisode. According to Chris Albrecht, " A good starting point to create a web series, according to a number of producers we asked, is about $1,000 dollar per finished minute."This doesn't add up to the terms of the deal between the AMPTP and the DGA (which was featured on the DGA's website): "All original content above $15,000/minute or $300,000/program
It's official. I'm full blown sick. What started as a mild case of laryngitis Sunday evening is now some full-on bugaboo. So, by captain's orders I've powered down production of this blog to minimum and am focusing solely on getting the podcast out daily.Having said that, a couple of interesting developments on the tech side of things came out in the blogosphere today that I wanted to share.
29 November 2007 22:40 | NewTeeVee
A few weeks ago, NewTeeVee held a live panel about new media platforms. Speakers included folks from such companies as AOL, MobiTV and Joost. Here's a snippet:"TV is still more popular than its ever been. It’s easily the world’s most popular application. Everyone watches TV."The transcripts reveal more about the future of new media. It's worth a read here.