Category Archives: Production Stream

Screen Australia, Google fund YouTube creators down under

Skip Ahead helps grow the audiences of Australian online content creators who have successful YouTube channels, through the generation of more ambitious content. With past benefactors including Aunty Donna, Superwog, Skit Box and SketchShe, Skip Ahead-funded videos have now received over 40 million views on YouTube. – Rebecca Hawkes, Rapid TV News » https://ift.tt/2BSNlZD

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Content Creators Can Monetize With Ripple’s XRP Via Coil’s Video Streaming Platform Cinnamon

The official announcement also said that “The #XRP ecosystem is ever growing and expanding. Developed on the @Coil platform, @CinnamonVideo is the first ever video streaming platform that allows content creators to get paid by viewers without third-party services. #blockchain, #InternetofValue, #Xpring.” – Andreas Townsend, Oracle Times Crypto News » https://ift.tt/2BOUE4C

Star Wars TV Production Begins In The U.K.

Tonight we can reveal that the third as yet unannounced Star Wars TV series will be shot in the UK under the production name of SERIES III PRODUCTIONS (UK) LIMITED which was registered on the public UK companies register on the 12th October 2018. We anticipate that the focal point of the series will be revealed at Star Wars Celebration in April. – Brian Cameron, Fantha Tracks » https://ift.tt/2GH29yi

Loop acquires ScreenPlay to build its streaming library

While you may not have heard of ScreenPlay, the company has licensed a library of 200,000 music videos and movie/game/TV trailers, which it broadcasts in thousands of venues for partners like Hard Rock Cafe, Norwegian Cruise Line, Yard House, Buffalo Wild Wings and Caesars Entertainment. This announcement comes just a week after Loop TV officially came out of stealth — and in fact, co-founder and CEO Jon Niermann (previously an executive at EA – Electronic Arts and Disney) said he’s always seen ScreenPlay’s content library as the foundation for Loop’s business. – Anthony Ha, TechCrunch » https://tcrn.ch/2BNpcU4

Netflix Establishes Production Hub in Toronto, Leasing Nearly 250,000 Square Feet of Studio Space

The company announced pacts to lease two studio spaces in Toronto: with Cinespace Studios for around 164,000 square feet of space, including four sound stages, and with Pinewood Toronto Studios, also for four sound stages and adjacent office space comprising a total footprint of approximately 84,580 square feet. The new spaces add to Netflix’s existing physical production footprint in Canada, which includes a lease of British Columbia’s Martini Film Studios and production sites it sets up on a per-production basis. – Todd Spangler, Variety » https://ift.tt/2V2rNAE
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