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AwesomenessTV's Beth Greve: DreamworksTV Is A 'Giant Trailblazer' Wants to make the Internet safe for kids, teens and brands

In its short two-year existence, AwesomenessTV has gone from making one film featuring a YouTube star to becoming one of the Web's biggest portals for emerging online talent. With the…

July 6, 2014, 8:29 PM EDT

Awesomeness TV and Wet Seal Launch Branded Web Series 'The Intern' follows two young women working for the retailer

Dreamworks’ teen-targeted digital video network Awesomeness TV has teamed up with Wet Seal to produce a new branded series, The Intern. The Intern follows two young women, high schooler Fiona and…

December 10, 2013, 12:16 PM EST

AwesomenessTV's Side Effects May Be Too Edgy New teen-aimed Web series pushes the envelope

Editor's Note: VideoWatch wanted to review AwesomenessTV's new long-form musical drama Side Effects. But since the show is aimed at tweens and teens, and is thus way outside our demo,…

November 22, 2013, 12:00 AM EST

AwesomenessTV Launches Long-Form Music Series Partners with Universal Cable on music video-infused teen drama

AwesomenessTV has launched Side Effects, a long-form series about a teen whose hallucinations take the form of music videos. The show is said to be inspired by the huge YouTube phenomenon…

October 29, 2013, 5:17 PM EDT

Hearst, AwesomenessTV to Launch YouTube Effort for Seventeen Includes a new multi-channel network

Hearst is partnering with Dreamworks' AwesomenessTV, a YouTube channel popular among teens, to create both a new channel and a multi-channel network around the Seventeen magazine brand. AwesomenessTV will handle the…

October 16, 2013, 12:03 PM EDT

OMD's Final Front Brings Together Brands and New Original Content Multiple client bids for each idea

They came, they saw, they bid. Nearly 40 blue-chip advertisers—among them PepsiCo, FedEx, State Farm, Toys R Us, Intel and JCPenney—snapped up original ideas during a recent first-of-its-kind event that put…

September 16, 2013, 2:32 PM EDT

How Robert Kyncl and UTA Helped Introduce Awesomeness to DreamWorks Digital head Brent Weinstein talks about big YouTube deal

Earlier this week, DreamWorks acquired the tween/teen-focused YouTube channel AwesomenessTV for $33 million. Allthingsd.com said the incentive-based deal could be worth as much as $117 million by 2015. Pretty amazing, considering that…

May 3, 2013, 8:22 AM EDT

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