This post is sponsored by The Webby Awards. There’s more than one prominent award show creating buzz around town these days. Hailed by The New York Times as "the Internet's highest honor," The Webby Awards has an important message for potential entrants: Your time’s almost up. Show More Summary
TweetI’ll tell you, oh, actually, I can’t tell you. What kind of awards show holds itself out as an AWARDS SHOW in large type Click to expand I could prolly tell you more ’bout the Webby Award (the Webbies!) than anything on this billboard. Let us, I beseech thee, Software-Americans, maintaineth thy perspective…
Filmmaker Tiffany Shlain, who is known as the creator of the Webby Awards, is finding large audience for her Web series called "The Future Starts Here," with some 20 million views over the three months since it launched. We spoke with her at CES earlier this month about her show and its surprising success. You can find this post on Beet.TV.
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The Black Eyed Pea that broadcasted his music from Mars, won a Webby Award for an Obama-supporting "Yes We Can" video, and told kids everywhere to learn science, engineering and math has a new tech interest: 3D printing. At the Consumer...Show More Summary
Sponsored Post: Hailed by the New York Times as "the Internet's highest honor," The Webby Awards recognizes outstanding digital work across all platforms.
This post is sponsored by The Webby Awards. If you want to win the Internet, there's only one award that matters. Hailed by The New York Times as "the Internet's highest honor," The Webby Awards recognizes outstanding digital work across all platforms: Websites, Online Film & Video, Interactive Advertising & Media, Social, and Mobile & Apps. Show More Summary
Tiffany Shlain is an award-winning filmmaker with one of the most watched shows on AOL On Originals, The Future Starts Here. The program focuses on the fusion of culture and technology, a topic which she is especially passionate about. Shalin also happens to be the creator of the Webby awards. Show More Summary
Tiffany Shlain has been a techie for a lot longer than most. She is the creator of the Webby awards, after all (not to mention an award-winning filmmaker). With such an impressive (and tech-infused) resume, one would assume that Shlain must be plugged in at all times — but that is not the case. Show More Summary
Ken Goldberg, professor of robotics at UC Berkeley, thinks your fear of robots is unfounded. In the latest episode of "The Future Starts Here," Tiffany Shlain, filmmaker and founder of The Webby Awards, asked Goldberg (who happens to...Show More Summary
Say hello to Jordan Chariton, our new editor of TVNewser & Lost Remote. Jordan has been a media reporter and commentator, writing for Mediaite and Salon for the last year. He’s also a digital producer, nominated for a Webby award this...Show More Summary
Sponsored Post The Webby Awards, the leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet, is now taking submissions to compete in this year's pool of outstanding work.
You have to give a second glance to a web application which is a 2013 Webby Awards Honoree. Projeqt walked the red carpet to claim not one but two nominations – Best User Experience and Web Services and Applications. So, it seems improper to just start this article and say it is a PowerPoint alternative. Show More Summary
This post is sponsored by The Webby Awards. The movie industry has the Academy Awards. Music has the Grammy Awards. And the Internet has The Webby Awards, the leading international award that honors the best of the Web every year. Are...Show More Summary
Get ready to follow yet another awesome online video series -- Webby Awards creator Tiffany Shlain's new project, The Future Starts Here, is set to release its first episode tomorrow. Judging from the trailer, we're guessing it's going to be pretty dang awesome.
In 1996, before we had a real grasp of what “viral” would come to mean, Tiffany Shlain started a little thing called the Webby Awards and it quickly grew. Some 17 years later, having experienced success many times, Tiffany is embarking on a new adventure with her show, The Future Starts Here. I’m not yet [...]Show More Summary
The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS) has announced the opening of the Call for Entries for the 18th Annual Webby Awards. This year’s awards brings a new “City & Urban Innovation” category which is a partnership with New York City’s Chief Digital Officer Rachel Haot. This year also brings a new suite […]
-It’s already that time again as the Webby Awards crew has announced their 18th annual call for entries. Judges for 2014 include Kevin Spacey and David Droga. link -Director Rob “Whitey” McConnaughy, formerly with Hungry Man, has signed...Show More Summary
BuzzFeed shows us the proper way to make a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream sandwich: with two cookies, a pint of Ben & Jerry’s, and a big knife. via Tastefully Offensive, The Cheat Sheet, Los Angeles Times, The Webby Awards
Tiffany Shlain is a filmmaker, public speaker, writer, founder of The Webby Awards, and co-founder of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Her new film series, Let it Ripple: Mobile Films for Global Change, will include...Show More Summary