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YouTube Web Series Takes Viewers Through World War I In Real Time

24 November 2014 3:21 PM, PST | | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Even though it was known as the "War To End All Wars," World War I has ultimately become overshadowed by the even bigger conflict that followed 20 years behind it. Now, 100 years after fighting broke out in Europe, a web series is looking to re-evaluate the first world war. The series is called The Great War, and it is educating viewers about World War I, all in real time. The "real time" gimmick is central to The Great War's appeal. Essentially, new episodes coincide with the military actions that took place exactly a century ago. The series began on July 28th, which was exactly 100 years and one month after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo. A few months later, new episodes chronicle battles all across the continent: The Russians are defending their homeland in the final years of the Tsarist regime, the Germans are learning what happens to »

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David L. Cunningham Launches First Hawaii Transmedia Content Accelerator

23 April 2014 4:51 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Filmmaker David L. Cunningham (The Seeker) has launched the first ever transmedia content accelerator in the state of Hawaii, where he was raised. Launching in June, the Global Virtual Studio (Gvs) Transmedia Accelerator will highlight startups with IP that has wide commercial appeal for their program, which will grant $50K in seed funding and mentorship to six selected companies. Eligible IP must be owned by companies based in Hawaii and be applicable to least three separate potential revenue generating platforms. The accelerator is a joint effort between global transmedia co. Gvs, private investors, and the state’s Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, the Hawaii Strategic Development Corporation, Hawaii’s Creative Industry Division, and the County of Hawaii. Honua Studios will play host to the accelerator, which is open to content ranging from film and TV projects to apps and digital properties. Founder Cunningham was raised in the Aloha State »


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