Which Streaming Service Is Right For Your Show?

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Vulture provides a snapshot of streaming services that content creators should consider when shopping around shows, particularly focusing on the pros and cons of Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu.

They write, "Recent evidence of the streaming surge has been abundant. As Vulture first reported in June, Judd Apatow’s new comedy series Love was in play at multiple networks, including Hulu, before ultimately landing at Netflix with a two-year pickup. And today, Hulu announced a big deal to air an hourlong drama adaptation of Stephen King’s 11/23/63, to be produced by J.J. Abrams. Traditional broadcast and cable networks still land most projects, of course, if only because there are far more of them and because they can still offer a clearer path to big money in success. But the new Big Three of streaming — Netflix, Amazon and Hulu — are all in the game, and they’ve all got a pile of cash to spend. If you’re a producer looking to take the plunge into the non-linear world, how do you decide where to pitch your project? Let’s take a look at what each of the three networks is looking for and how they’re choosing."

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ATEM Television Studio Pro 4K used by Zodiac Studios on Austin Music Live Streaming Series

ATEM Television Studio Pro 4K used by Zodiac Studios on Austin Music Live Streaming Series

Blackmagic Design today announced that Austin, Texas based full service production studio Zodiac Studios is using an ATEM Television Studio Pro 4K live production switcher and Video Assist 4K monitor/recorders for its ongoing Austin Music Live series. Cofounded by Robert Calder, owner and executive producer at Zodiac Studios, along with Producer and Creator David Christopher, the live streamed series celebrates the rich and diverse local talent that makes Austin the live music capital of the world. Austin Music Live supports and fosters the city’s $2 billion music tourism industry.