Emilia Mendieta


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YouTube Nation Makes Site’s Millions of Videos Highly Digestible

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So far, 2014 is already shaping up to be a good year for the Web video world. At least based on the early potential demonstrated by the new daily Web [...]

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Bravest Warriors Is Not Quite Super Enough

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Like most other genres, the realm of animated superhero parodies ranges from the excellent to the terrible. Unfortunately, Cartoon Hangover's Bravest Warriors falls somewhere in the middle of the scale [...]

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AOL Web Series City.Ballet Offers a Glimpse Inside Dancers’ Lives

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AOL's latest high-profile Web series, City.Ballet, takes viewers into the world of ballet dancers at the New York City Ballet.

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Ryan Higa Shows Signs of Growing Up

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Writing decent comedy is amongst the hardest things to pull off in the world of storytelling. And to write comedy that engages 10 million subscribers like YouTube star Nigahiga (real [...]

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CW’s Backpackers Shows Promise but Falls Short

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The CW's new Web series Backpackers, now in its third episode, starts out with an interesting premise.

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AOL’s Soccer Mom Series Scores in Season 2

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There is something both very familiar and very alien about the characters and the world of AOL's Little Women, Big Cars. We all know a group of soccer moms with [...]

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PewDiePie Isn’t Bad, but It Really Isn’t Good Either

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The Internet has provided an outlet to display and bring recognition to talented groups and individuals exploring the possibilities brought about by the advent of streaming video—particularly on YouTube.

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Video Game High School Blends Gamer Culture With Classic TV Storytelling

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Video Game High School (or VGHS as it is commonly referred to) is a testament to the power of crowdfunding.

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The Awesomes Is Kinda Awesome

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Saturday Night Live veteran Seth Meyers' Hulu-exclusive creation The Awesomes is an homage to Saturday morning superhero cartoons—but for adults.

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Hipsterhood’s Awkwardness Crosses Generations

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Although we'd never openly admit it, any self-respecting member of the so-called millennial generation has at some point or another asked themselves one very troubling question:

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Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Finds Its Speed

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Now in its second season, Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee comes back with a voice and vengeance.  The show (which is exactly about what its title suggests) has [...]