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Show Info "PINK" and director Blake Calhoun won the 2009 Streamy Award for Best Direction in a Dramatic Web Series!
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"PINK" is a serialized dark comedy produced specifically for a web-based audience.  Unlike many other "web series" that are actually re-edited TV shows or movies, "PINK" was created from the ground up as a true short form program. 

The first Season premiered Tuesday 9.4.2007, and then a new episode premiered each Tuesday for the next ten weeks. Season Two premiered 9/16/08 and Season Three premiered 1/13/09 and ran through the early spring (35 total shows). 

Average episode running time is approximately four minutes, perfect for watching on your computer at work, on an iPad, iPhone or whatever mobile video device you have.

The past few years user-generated "viral" videos on YouTube have reached phenom status, and there are no signs of it slowing.  But most experts believe the next phase of "viral" video will be with professionally produced programs.  

That's where "PINK" comes into play.  Think of it as a live-action graphic novel.  A show that could just as easily be seen on HBO, as the Internet.

Hollywood is definitely watching this trend closely too and are now producing online shows themselves.  But most online programming is produced by independent production companies, like ours.

Since it's premiere, "PINK" has WON a Streamy AwardWebby Award, been featured on YouTube (with millions of views), is on Hulu and was on TheWB.com, been mentioned on the FresHDV Blog, The Daily Reel, Revver (as the "Video of the Day"), "Viral Propaganda", "Viral The Show", and iTunes as a "New Release".  Also, for the Season Two premiere the show was featured in Times Square in New York City (for 12 hours).

In addition, Texas Monthly magazine did a feature on the series in their Feb '09 issue and film industry magazine Markee did a story on the show in their Dec '07 issue.  We've also been mentioned in the Hollywood Reporter, Variety, The Wall Street Journal, NewTeeVee, Tubefilter, Broadcasting & Cable Magazine, TV Week, Beet.TV, and MediaWeek.  And, the satellite TV show "Torrent" on G4 TechTV interviewed Blake Calhoun (creator of the show) for a segment. Whew! :)  

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