Tuesday, April 28, 2009

L Studio Before and After


LOADING (The user would stare at this for about 30 seconds before any videos would finally appear.)






Please check the new site out and leave any feedback in the comment section below.

Monday, April 27, 2009

The New L Studio is LIVE!!!

This is the newest series of content "Films on L" just released TODAY, minutes ago...on the new and improved L Studio.com.

Here I am testing the embed code. It works! Check out the new L Studio site today.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

L Studio Content Gets Nominated for a Webby!

Wow! Two of L Studio's series have been nominated for the same category of Best Writing in the Online Film & Video category! Web Therapy and Puppy Love will go head to head against each other for the title!

Since there are only 5 nominees and L Studio has 2 of 5... those odds are pretty good. The best part is, YOU can help us win.

Sign up for the People's Voice and cast your vote for Web Therapy or Puppy Love! (We do have some stiff competition with Prop 8 The Musical...which is why we need your help!)

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Facebook Fiasco - how to turn negative into positive

Facebook Fiasco - how to turn negative into positive

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YouTube flirting with Sony Pictures

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YouTube’s quest for real Hollywood content continues. Ongoing talks with Sony Pictures could result in full-length streaming movies for the site — a big improvement over the watery content deal reached the other day for short-form content from Disney/ABC/ESPN.

Of course, Sony won’t be giving up its latest boxoffice hits. The studio’s film showcase crackle.com serves up fare such as “Groundhog Day,” “Shakes the Clown” and “St. Elmo’s Fire.” While we wouldn’t mind revisiting “Shakes” or “Neighbors,” there’s little but moldy catalog stuff on the Sony site. That’s what would come to YouTube, probably in limited numbers and perhaps unspooled on a branded Sony player.

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Ford About To Test The Limits Of Social Media Branding

This is a very interesting article. Can't wait to see how it all turns out.

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Tameka Kee
Thursday, April 9, 2009; 2:07 AM

With its back against the wall financially, auto maker Ford is taking a radical and risky approach to the marketing of its new Fiesta: Later this month, it will hand over the branding and promotion duties for the car to 100 twenty-somethings who have no advertising experience.

Ford is giving each of them a Fiesta to drive around; recipients range from award-winning indie filmmakers, to single moms, to aspiring dancers, and even avid gamers, and they'll document their experiences with the car through YouTube vignettes, blog posts and other social media updates for six months. The kicker is that Ford will have no control over what they post, meaning the effort could ultimately end up tarnishing the brand almost a year before it hits U.S. dealerships.

But it's a risk Ford has to take?since it's in a fight (to the death?) to attract young, tech-savvy consumers that may have never thought about buying a domestic car before. The company believes that traditional marketing won't sway this demographic.

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