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Topic: Ghost Ghirls

Yahoo's Mayer Looking for TV-Sized Hit

Company talking to top Hollywood studios and agents

At CES, Marissa Mayer had some fun hanging out the cast of Saturday Night Live. Turns out, she wants her own 30 Rock. The Yahoo CEO is aiming big when it…

The 5 Best Moments in Web Video This Year

What delighted, intrigued, and shocked us in 2013

No industry is changing more quickly than digital video—the world of streaming content has touched every other aspect of entertainment media, whether it's by distributing it more conveniently, adding ads…

Longoria Doesn't Sell for Hulu

New animated show debuts minus sponsor

Were the NewFronts worth it? That's the question some in the Web video industry might be asking, even as they prep for next year's week of shows. A few weeks ago,…

The Web Is a Lab for Marketable TV Content, and Vice Versa

Shows are increasingly ping-ponging between platforms

The lines between digital and linear distribution are a lot less blurry than advertised when it comes to the business models of cable television and the online space, but content…

Ghost Ghirls and Tiny Commando Are Both Really Funny

Your mileage may vary but we like Tiny just a liiiiittle better

If you're going to make a scripted web series, it's almost a foregone conclusion that it will be a comedy—sci-fi costs too much, most straight-up dramas have too many locations for…

Yahoo's The Fuzz and Ghost Ghirls Delayed

Company's video marketing plan hits snag, discovery hampered

Yahoo had better buy Hulu. That way maybe you’ll be able to find its shows. A few weeks ago, we gave AOL a pretty hard time about how many of its…

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