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Tuesday, May 05, 2009 Showtime is the third most viewed entertainment channel of all-time on YouTube and the premium network relies heavily on the viral video site as a marketing platform. With 16.5 million subscribers to the pay TV channel, Showtime has found that digital venues like iTunes and YouTube can drive additional demand for a show, the network’s Rob Hayes, senior VP and general manager for digital media, told Beet.TV during an interview at the company’s headquarters last month. “When you put your content on iTunes there is a real demand for it because people have heard about these shows but they may not be subscribers,” he said. “It’s really the first time digitally they can access our shows.” The premium network’s digital strategy is worth noting. Here’s why: the network’s growing popularity and critical acclaim with shows like “Dexter” and “The Tudors” has risen in the last few years concurrently with Showtime’s forward-thinking online distribution strategy. The CBS-owned unit was one of the first TV networks to partner with YouTube three years ago to offer clips, promos, original viral videos. Then Showtime became one of the first networks to offer full episodes on the site late last year. Also, the network has often premiered the first episode of a new season on YouTube and other sites before running on-air. The network usually sees a spike in orders for the network after this type of digital promotion. Earlier this year the network premiered the first episode of “The United States of Tara” online. Showtime also creates viral videos for its programs for YouTube. The network said it is averaging more than 500,000 video views per day on YouTube this year, many for its “Lezberado” channel dedicated to “The L Word.” The L Word Lives On -- Online Only L Word, which ended in March, after a 6 year run, lives on, online with the "Interrogation Tapes." The series is published Showtime's site which uses a Brightcove player. We have pasted one of the online only episodes below. It also is on Showtime's YouTube page. Daisy Whitney, Senior Producer
14 May 2009
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From *******www.beet.tv/2009/05/showtime-rides-youtube-to-third-place.html: Showtime is the third most viewed entertainment channel of all-time on YouTube and the premium network relies heavily on the viral video site as a marketing platform. With 16.5 million subscribers to the pay TV channel, Showtime has found that digital venues like iTunes and YouTube can drive additional demand for a show, the network’s Rob Hayes, senior VP and general manager for digital media, told Beet.TV during an interview at the company’s headquarters last month. “When you put your content on iTunes there is a real demand for it because people have heard about these shows but they may not be subscribers,” he said. “It’s really the first time digitally they can access our shows.” The premium network’s digital strategy is worth noting. Here’s why: the network’s growing popularity and critical acclaim with shows like “Dexter” and “The Tudors” has risen in the last few years concurrently with Showtime’s forward-thinking online distribution strategy. The CBS-owned unit was one of the first TV networks to partner with YouTube three years ago to offer clips, promos, original viral videos. Then Showtime became one of the first networks to offer full episodes on the site late last year. Also, the network has often premiered the first episode of a new season on YouTube and other sites before running on-air. The network usually sees a spike in orders for the network after this type of digital promotion. Earlier this year the network premiered the first episode of “The United States of Tara” online. Showtime also creates viral videos for its programs for YouTube. The network said it is averaging more than 500,000 video views per day on YouTube this year, many for its “Lezberado” channel dedicated to “The L Word.” The L Word Lives On -- Online Only L Word, which ended in March, after a 6 year run, lives on, online with the "Interrogation Tapes." The series is published Showtime's site which uses a Brightcove player. We have pasted one of the online only episodes below. It also is on Showtime's YouTube page. Daisy Whitney, Senior Producer
9 May 2009
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Toni Collette of "The United States of Tara" sat down with Harry Smith to discuss her award winning performance and her show's new season.
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The Most Original, Daring Horror Movie Of The Decade! Prepare yourself...for "Deadgirl" Daring, original and utterly genre-busting, Deadgirl is a terrifying journey to the dark heart of the American high school generation. Fantastical, frenzied and darkly hilarious, this is a horror movie, a high school comedy and a coming-of-age movie all turned on their sick and twisted heads. When teenage misfits Rickie and JT cut school one day, they find themselves in the derelict remains of an abandoned hospital. The gruesome, unnerving discovery they make in the bowels of the facility will test the very limits of their sanity: a woman, naked, chained and covered in plastic. Shes abandoned, shes beautiful, shes dead...or is she? What follows is a warped odyssey that forces this pair of outcasts, their high-school tormentors and adolescent crushes to all decide just how far they're willing to stretch their understanding of what is right and what is very, very wrong. From the producer of the seminal Hellraiser and the legendary Heathers, Marcel Sarmiento & Gadi Harel's Deadgirl is a new genre classic and a no-holds-barred look at the horror of growing up. Starring Shiloh Fernandez (The United States Of Tara), Noah Segan (Brick), Michael Bowen (Kill Bill), and Candice Accola (Juno).
1 Jan 2012
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Access Hollywood John Corbett explains how much he adores being on the "United States of Tara," so why does he say that he'll never do network TV again after doing this Showtime cable show?
17 Jun 2010
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Academy Award-nominated actress Toni Collette talks about her new series "The United States Of Tara" on Showtime and the challenge of playing a character with dissociative identity disorder.
15 Mar 2010
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Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody (Juno) tells fellow writer Lorene Scafaria (Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist) how a phone call from Steven Spielberg turned into an executive directing job on her new series the United States of Tara. Cody's comments were taped at the Writers Guild Foundation's event "Writers on Writing." For more information about upcoming events, go to WGFoundation****.
11 Mar 2010
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*******www.watchthetitles****/articles/00142-Jamie_Caliri_interview Main Title director Jamie Caliri speaks about the making of the United States of Tara title sequence, his love for stop motion animation, I love that tightrope act of stop motion. It's great to see people rise to the occasion and do something that seems impossible, and he explains what's so great about Woody Allen's title sequences. (7 min.). This is the first in a series of video interviews with Main Title designers recorded at the Flux/Forget the Film, Watch the Titles event in L.A.
24 Feb 2010
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