2nd Annual Indie Intertube Awards Nominees Announced Honoring Original Series Created for the Web

Tis the season for the entertainment industry to have awards shows and our very own “Indie Intertube” Live Web TV Talk show is included. They have just announced their nominees for their 2nd Annual Indie Intertube Awards honoring independent web series creators.

The nominees are listed below and even include our very own producer, JD’s pilot, Hero Treatment, so we’re even more excited to see who the winners are.

2nd Annual Indie Intertube Awards only on Mingle Media TV

2nd Annual Indie Intertube Awards only on Mingle Media TV

Be sure to tune in for the LIVE stream on March 11th on Mingle Media TV where you can interact with the hosts and other members of the chat room on the Indie Intertube show. Watch on your smart phone, tablet, laptop, desktop or TV – here on MMTVN or get the FREE Stickam app and watch on the go.

Congratulations to this year’s nominees!

Best Editing
Robb Padgett – Vampire Zombie Werewolf Show
Jason Leaver – Out With Dad
Sean Becker – The Guild
Tai Fauci – Whole Day Down
Chris Stone – Blood and Bone China
Barry Dodd – Ragged Isle
Alex D’Lerma, Dexter Adriano & Belti Rivera – Yu Solve
Tim Donahue & Aaron Sherry – Video Game Reunion
Nate Locklear – Once You Leave
Scott Klein – Haywire

Best Theme Music
Robb Padgett – Vampire Zombie Werewolf Show
Barry Dodd – Ragged Isle
Chad Cox – Throwing Stone
Minibosses – Video Game Reunion
Benoit Babin – Heroes of the North
Robb Gokee – Night of the Zombie King
Don Schiff – The Guild

Best Looking Show (Cinematography)
Christopher Charles Kempinski – Divine the Series
Barry Dodd & Derek Kimball – Ragged Isle
Chris Stone – Blood and Bone China
Sam King – Danger 5
Nate Locklear – Once You Leave
Geoff Bland – Clutch
John S. Bartley – Dragon Age Redemption
Joost van Starrenburg – RCVR
Regina Bartholomeu – Vacationlanders
Al Galvez & Ricardo Jacuques Gale – The Passenger

Best Guest Appearance
VZW Crew from Meet the Mayfarers
Erin Gray – The Guild
Mark Gantt – Leap Year
Martha Bryne – Anacostia
Felicia Day – Chronicles of Humanity
Paul Adelstein – Bandwagon
Genie Francis – Pretty the Series

Best Credit Sequence
Throwing Stones
Girl Parts
Divine the Series
Haywire
Death’s Door
Blood and Bone China
Bandwagon
Leap Year
Vampire Zombie Werewolf Show
Ragged Isle

Best Practical Make-Up Effects
Divine the Series
Dragon Age Redemption
Elfquest: A Fan Imagining
Throwing Stones
The Funny Man
Standard Action
Chopper
Immoral Dr. Dicqer
The Passenger
Haywire

Best Digital Effects
Aidan 5
Continuum
Once Upon
Mortal Kombat Legacy
RCVR
Stacks
End Result
Spellfury
Immoral Dr. Dicqer
Quest Chronicles

Best Set Design
Blood and Bone China
Thurston
Dragon Age Redemption
Danger 5
Night of the Zombie King
Mind My Brain’s Darling
Continuum
Divine the Series
Border Guardians of Ackernon
RCVR

Best Sound Design
Blood and Bone China
Divine the Series
Once You Leave
Danger 5
Aidan 5
Hitman 101
Stacks

Best Original Score
Marc Alexandre – Hitman 101
Rob Gokee – Night of the Zombie King
Robb Padgett – Vampire Zombie Werewolf Show
Pat Tuckey – Standard Action
Al Galvez – The Passenger

Best Original Soundtrack
Miss Behave
Once You Leave
Out With Dad
Bandwagon
Venice the Series
The Passenger
Black Box TV

Best Trailer
Viva Berlin!
The Adventures of Mighty Woman
Guidestones
Causality
Elfquest: A Fan Imagining
Posthuman

Best Dressed (Best Costumes)
Thurston
Border Guardians of Ackernon
Dragon Age Redemption
Standard Action
Walking in Circles
Blood and Bone China
DeVanity
Miss Behave
Pretty the Series
Video Game Reunion

Best Sidekick
Karri Bowman as Tubie – Bandwagon
Sheilynn Wactor as Chandelier – Bandwagon
Michael Taylor Gray as Royce Adams – Pretty the Series
Vince Lozano as Detective Anthony Kazantzakis – Yu Solve
Paul Higgins and Edward Higgins as Jeremy Worthington – Mind My Brains, Darling!
Jason Burns as PHAL 9000 – Solo the Series
Corey Lof as Kenny – Out With Dad

Best Theme Song
“Goodbye Happiness” by Birthrite – Blood and Bone China
“Young Hollywood” by More Amor – Bandwagon
“Gumdrop the Unicorn” by Bret Silverman – Pretty the Series
“Walking in Circles Again” by Jonah Priour – Walking In Circles
“Fumbling thru the Pieces” by Donna Hurst – Fumbling Thru the Pieces
“JF Sebastian” by Ladydoll – Girl Parts
“Venice Beach” by Jen Foster – Venice the Series

Best Writing in a Soap Opera
Michael Caruso – DeVanity
Caryn K. Hayes – Breaking Point
Quincy Morris – Inbetween Men
Susan Bernhardt & Francis Gilbert – Miss Behave
Anthony Anderson – Anacostia
Tucky Williams – Girl/Girl Scene
Stewart St. John – California Heaven

Best Directing in a Soap Opera
Kelley Portier –DeVanity
Forrest Naylor – Sundays
Jennifer Gelfer – Inbetween Men
Eric Butts – Girl/Girl Scene
Jon Zimmerman & Patrika Darbo – Miss Behave
Anthony Anderson – Anacostia
Caryn K. Hayes – Breaking Point

Most Socially Connected
Vampire Mob
Black Box TV
The Guild
Venice the Series
Bandwagon

Best Transmedia Project
RCVR
Apocalypse Diaries
Once You Leave
Yu Solve
Heroes of the North

Best Actress in a Comedy
Stacy McQueen – Pretty the Series
Emma Caulfield – Bandwagon
Jo Bozarth – The Further Adventures of Cupid and Eros
Kelsey Robinson – Girl Parts
Julie Ann Emery – Then We Got Help
Joanna Gaskell – Standard Action
Renee Olbert – Seeking Simone

Best Actor in a Comedy
Steve Lekowicz – Vampire Zombie Werewolf Show
Same Pancake – Pretty the Series
Yuri Baranovsky – Leap Year
Jonathan Nail – Solo the Series
Josh Heine – The Further Adventures of Cupid and Eros
Britain Spellings – Video Game Reunion
Amol Shah – Time for Passion

Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy
Dee Freeman – Pretty the Series
Karri Bowman – Bandwagon
Diane Delano – Fumbling Thru the Pieces
Elisa Donovan – Whole Day Down
Tonya Kay – Video Game Reunion
Kirsten Vangsness – Pretty the Series
Sheilynn Wactor – Bandwagon

Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Woody Tondorff – Video Game Reunion
Michael Taylor Gray – Pretty the Series
Jim Cashman – Bandwagon
Joel Bryant – Suck & Moan
Brendan Bradley – Pretty the Series
Jonah Priour – Walking in Circles
Mathew Montgomery – Girl Parts

Best Writing in a Comedy
Steve Silverman – Pretty the Series
Camilla Rantsen & Karri Bowman – Bandwagon the Series
Julie Ann Emery – Then We Got Help
Jessica Mills – Awkward Embraces
Tony Clomax – 12 Steps to Recovery
Brendan Bradley, Tim Donahue, Mathew Lewis & Aaron Sherry – Video Game Reunion
Joanna Gaskell – Standard Action

Best Directing in a Comedy
Karri Bowman & Ahmed Best- Bandwagon
Steve Silverman – Pretty the Series
Julie Smith – Fumbling Thru the Pieces
Yuri Baranovsky – Leap Year
Rob Hunt – Standard Action
Dario Russo – Danger 5
Sean Becker – The Guild

Best Ensemble Cast in a Comedy
Bandwagon
Standard Action
Leap Year
Fumbling Thru The Pieces
Video Game Reunion
Walking in Circles
Danger 5
Pretty the Series
Then We Got Help
The Guild

Best Additional Content
The Further Adventures of Cupid and Eros
Out With Dad
Heroes of the North
Black Box TV
Once You Leave
Vampire Zombie Werewolf Show
RCVR

Best Actor in a Drama
Brian Michael Block – Aidan 5
Daniel Bonjour – RCVR
Anthony Miles – Blood and Bone China
Al Galvez – The Passenger
Will Conlon – Out With Dad
Maxwell Glick – We Break Hearts
Ben Hollingsworth – Divine the Series

Best Actress in a Drama
Maya Sayre – Aidan 5
Kayla Olsen – Once You Leave
Jillian Claire – Miss Behave
Rachel Hip-Flores – Good People in Love
Daryn Strauss – Downsized
Melanie Merkosky – Contiuum
Alexis Zibolis – DeVanity

Best Supporting Actor in a Drama
Steven Alexander – Good People in Love
Rick Dalton – Ragged Isle
Michael Teh – Breaking Point
Alan Sawkins – Divine the Series
Mike Dirkson – DeVanity
Garrett Ryan – RCVR
John James Woodard – Blood and Bone China

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama
Renee Olbert – Good People in Love
Crystal Coney – Breaking Point
Pasha Diallo – Anacostia
Rachel Shenton – Blood and Bone China
Cherami Leigh – Throwing Stones
Stephanie Thorpe – Night of the Zombie King
Marcia Battise – Dragon Age Redemption

Best Writing in a Drama
Tim Baldwin, Ben Bayes, John Jackson, Vidas Barzdukas & Brian Michael Block – Aidan 5
Stephanie Cooper & Chris Stone – Blood and Bone China
Rick Dalton, Barry Dodd, Karen Dodd, Jacob Lear & Greg Tulonen – Ragged Isle
Tina Cesa Ward – Good People in Love
Daryn Strauss – Downsized
Nate Locklear – Once You Leave
Jason Leaver – Out With Dad

Best Directing in a Drama
Chris Stone – Blood and Bone China
David van Eyssen – RCVR
John Jackson & Ben Bayes – Aidan 5
Ivan Hayden – Divine the Series
Nate Locklear – Once You Leave
Tina Cesa Ward – Good People in Love
Daryn Strauss – Downsized

Best Ensemble Cast in a Drama
Ragged Isle
Devanity
Breaking Point
Anacostia
Dragon Age Redemption
Out With Dad
Vacationlanders
In The Rough
Divine the Series
Mind’s Eye

Smexiest Actor
Woody Tondorff
Brendan Brandley
Dingani Beza
Joel Bryant
Brian Michael Block
Michael Caruso
Robb Padgett

Smexiest Actress
Alexis Boozer
Emma Caulfield
Felicia Day
Jo Bozarth
Taryn O’Neil
Stacy McQueen
Kelsey Robinson

Best Breakout Performance
Kayla Olson – Once You Leave
Lynn Wactor – Bandwagon
Lewis Brindley – Blood and Bone China
Katie Caprio – DeVanity
April Joy Pruinton – Ragged Isle
Steven Quartell – Thurston
Anthony Anderson – Anacostia

Best Web Series Pilot
(in)Conspicuous
I Kill Monsters
Family Curse
Darkhorse
Champion Road
Turning A Prophet
Hero Treatment

Best Animated
Force of Fate
Sketch 22
Cliff Notes
Grim Endings
Red vs. Blue
Chronicles of Humanity
Frontier: Prelude to Darkness

Best Variety/Sketch Comedy
Gameroom
Invention with Brian Forbes
Jenneral Assembly
Daily Grace
Immersion
How to Annoy People
Key of Awesome

Best Thriller
Stacks
Ragged Isle
Black Box TV
Yu Solve
We Break Hearts
Death’s Door
Apocalypse Diaries

Best Scifi/Fantasy
RCVR
Spellfury
Border Guardians of Ackernon
Dragon Age: Redemption
Continuum
The Passenger
Mind’s Eye

Best Action
Clutch
Hitman 101
End Result
Mortal Kombat: Legacy
Heroes of the North
Aidan 5
Fallout: Nuka Break

Best Horror
The Funny Man
Haywire
Blood and Bone China
The Dead Hour
Divine the Series
Throwing Stones
Chopper

Best Soap Opera
Miss Behave
Anacostia
DeVanity
Sundays
Breaking Point
InBetween Men
Girl/Girl Scene

Best Dramedy
Fumbling Thru the Pieces
Leap Year
Downsized
Vampire Mob
The Further Adventures of Cupid and Eros
Awkward Embraces
In The Rough

Best Comedy
Pretty the Series
Standard Action
Bandwagon
Girl Parts
Video Game Reunion
Then We Got Help!
Danger 5

Best Drama
Out With Dad
Once You Leave
Good People in Love
Thurston
Vacationlanders
Anyone But Me
Night of the Zombie King

Audience Choice Award
to be announced LIVE during the awards

Innovation Award
to be announced LIVE during the awards

Best Webseries of 2011
to be announced LIVE during the awards

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Saw a Tweet Today Wondering About Creating a Web Series… Or NOT?? Ask Mark Gantt About Being FEARLESS!

Okay, so I’m not going to get on a soapbox and preach but I think it’s pretty amazing that web series creators are making their “Passion Projects” as my friends from the WebTV Workshop say… and that in itself says a lot about where the entertainment industry is going, everyone now has access, PLUS you have unlimited opportunity to reach everyone who has a smart phone or Internet access, so what are you waiting for?

Okay – so you hear people say “Be Fearless” and maybe you think it’s a cliche’ but when you look at the example of how web series creator/actor Mark Gantt took what was in HIS HEAD and made it into a webseries that now has international distribution by Sony…. you want to know more about how it was done, right?? How it can help you be FEARLESS!

Well… let’s start with what happens when you don’t let the word “NO” or the phrase “you can’t do it” rule your world…and you follow your dreams…

It’s been lots of fun to actually have seen Mark’s passion project and of course purchase “The Bannen Way” … can’t be a true fan if you don’t support the cause!! We did talk to him on the Red Carpet before winning a Streamy Award for best actor (this should get you pumped – yes I know, this is backwards storytelling, but it’s my story!):

Now that you see you be a True Hollywood Story and can achieve your dreams… don’t you want to meet the man, the myth, the legend? Here’s Mark sharing a tip after a recent Web TV Workshop Pro-Panel: WebTV Workshop tip.

Wait a minute… you’re not getting all pumped up and ready to be “Rocky” running up those steps in Philadelphia yet?? Well watch this clip and you’ll be that and cocky….Here’s the trailer for The Bannen Way:

Well, I hope I didn’t scare you off… Mark started off with a dream and didn’t settle. Now here’s the awesome part… Mark is holding a ONE day, open the kimono and share all in Los Angeles this Saturday. This is your opportunity to sit down with other web series creators – dreamers – and talk straight to Mark Gantt about how YOU can do it too. Here’s all the info about the workshop http://createyourowncareer.eventbrite.com/.

This special Saturday workshop covers finding YOUR voice to how the Bannen Way became the success it is — and he didn’t have a huge budget to start with. I can tell you we met Mark via Twitter and he has built a fan-base on Facebook and his pitch-site was amazing… but don’t let me be the spoiler… you should check the workshop out today… and if you have questions… and you should have a Twitter account anyways, ask him your questions about the workshop… You can find him here http://www.twitter.com/Mark_Gantt (tell him Stephanie sent you… oh, if you’re a casting director and want to have a successful project… cast Mark Gantt!)

This message was not paid for by Mark Gantt… but I did drink the Koolaid…. and soon you will drink it too!

More about Mark Gantt: Mark’s latest project that he co-wrote, produced and starred in called The Bannen Way (http://thebannenway.com) has been an incredible success. Financed by Sony’s Crackle distribution arm, this unique Web Series/Feature Film, has broken records with over 14 million views, won 4 Streamy Awards including Best Actor (Mark), Best Drama, Best Director and was nominated for 2 Webby Awards. Due to its vast success, Sony Pictures Television is currently developing the project into a TV series.

Be sure to check out the workshop information here

Mingle Media TV Network to Air New Web TV Talk Show Series: In Bed With…Jeff and Melissa Debuts with Mark Gantt!

MMTVN is excited to be executive producing and broadcasting a New Web TV Series from New Media Correspondents Jeff Rago and Melissa Jun Rowley – taking an intimate look at the most interesting people making headlines today with their show “In Bed With…”

The “In Bed With…” web series is the brainchild of hosts Jeff Rago (entertainment reporter and producer) and Melissa Jun Rowley (TV and online journalist). Jeff and Melissa are the shows under-the-cover agents getting the latest scoop from some of the most interesting and influential celebrities, entrepreneurs, and activists making headlines today in both traditional and social media. The show is intelligent, fun and disarming, its pillow talk, as you’ve never seen before. The audience will be surprised what they uncover, as you never really know what’s going to come up in bed.

In the debut webisode of “In Bed With…” Jeff and Melissa interview actor, producer, writer, Mark Gantt, winner of the 2010 Best Actor Streamy Award in his starring role in the Sony Pictures Television hit series, The Bannen Way. Gantt has also written, directed, produced and edited over a dozen short films (including the award-winning Martine), as well as acted opposite Brad Pitt in Ocean’s Eleven, Burt Reynolds in The Hollywood Sign, as well as in many other films and TV shows.

About the show hosts:

Jeff Rago is a freelance entertainment reporter and producer who has contributed to both national (Extra) and international (CNN International) l news programs as well as entertainment websites (ComingSoon.net). From red carpets to one-on-one rooms to intimate sit-downs, Jeff has gotten up close and personal with some of the biggest names in Hollywood including Johnny Depp, Zach Braff, and Beyonce. Prior to his entertainment news life, Jeff spent 13 years working in the meetings and events industry sleeping in some of the most comfortable beds both nationally and internationally. Learn more about Jeff at www.jeffrago.com

Melissa Jun Rowley is a television and online journalist who has covered business news from the New York Stock Exchange for CNN Business News, red carpet glamour from the Oscars for CNN Entertainment and social action movements for Causecast. She has also produced and reported for Associated Press Television News, AMC, TV Guide Channel, E! , Entertainment and TechTV. She blogs about behind-the-scenes happenings at Hollywood events, activism, social entrepreneurship, family, love, and self-evolution. Melissa writes for the social media guide Mashable and for the LA Weekly. Melissa rarely sleeps, and she has moved around the country so much throughout her career that she has yet to invest in the kind of decadent bed she’s always dreamed of having. Perhaps, the time has come. Learn more about Melissa at www.melissajunrowley.com.

Mingle Media TV & Web TV Workshop Team Up with Pro-Panel Series – LIVE

As we push to create more conversations with engaging content on Mingle Media TV, we also appreciate and support the creators of web TV – webisodes and web series that are starting to bloom from the most creative minds who are no longer restricted by studio heads who only want the content to fit in a square box.

I know putting a press release into a blog post is lazy – but hey, it’s now 9 PM PST and I’m beat from a long day of work and play. Yes, that’s what it’s like when you love what you’re doing!! Without further ado – here’s the latest news:

Web TV Workshop

Mingle Media TV Network and Web TV Workshop Team Up to Produce “WTVW’s Pro-Panel” as a Live Streaming Web TV Interview Series

MMTVN will be producing WTVW’s Pro-Panel Interviews with Top Working Web TV Industry Professionals with an Inside View to this Growing Industry

Online media and live web TV network company, Mingle Media.TV today announced they will be producing the WebTV Workshop’s Pro Panel Interview Series live streaming on their network, simulcasting on the iPhone, Blackberry and Android platforms and for on-demand replay through several distribution points.

The WebTV Workshop’s Pro-Panel will feature interviews with top working industry Web TV professionals, giving the audience an inside scoop on how they have succeeded in the medium. Mingle Media TV will producing and airing WTVW’s free live streaming Pro- Panel’s on their network. The Pro-Panel series is designed to give an insider’s look into the growing Web TV industry as well as create a live engagement where panelists will be answering questions their audience is asking during the live show broadcast. The audience can also chat to the Pro Panel via Twitter by following and tweeting questions to @webtvworkshop.

WTVW’s list of speakers includes:

-Steven J. Wolfe  – CEO of Sneak Preview Entertainment (500 Days of Summer), PGA

-Bernie Su – Streamy Award Winner Best Writer – Compulsions.tv

-Mark Gantt – Streamy Award Winner, Best Actor, Best Dramatic Web Series – The Bannen Way

-Liz Shannon Miller – Editor for NewTeeVee.com

-Dana Block – New Media Publicist

-Stephanie Piche – CEO of MingleMediaTV.com

-Dave O’Brian – New Media Producer/Writer/Director

-Amanda Coolong – Tech Zulu Journalist/Start-up Publicity and Marketing

“We are so excited to be showcasing our Pro-Panel’s via Mingle Media TV,” said Diahnna Nicole Baxter, co-founder of WTVW. “It gives us the opportunity to expand our classroom and give back to the community by offering interaction with our wonderful guest speakers.”

Mingle Media TV currently produces 30 hours of live web TV interactive programming each week. MMTVN’s expert content providers creates a social Web TV experience where the show hosts and audience engage in a real-time conversations on topics they are interested in.

“When the WebTV Workshop team contacted us with their idea to broadcast their Pro Panel as a weekly web TV show, we jumped at the opportunity to host it,” says Stephanie Piche, founder and CEO of Mingle Media TV. “We’re focused on finding the best content for live conversations and as a marketing driven company, we wanted to be able to support WTVW as they help nurture and educate the next wave of Web TV industry professionals.

Watch the WebTV Workshop Pro-Panels live on their Mingle Media TV channel http://www.minglemediatv.com/WebTVWorkshop.html, and chat live with the Pro-Panel and the other members in the audience via text and video chat as well as on Twitter athttp://www.twitter.com/WebTVWorkshop.

About WTVW: WebTV Workshop is the first professional school in Hollywood geared towards producing web series and new media content.  Co-founded by Diahnna Nicole Baxter  and Damian Pellicionne, award-winning pioneers in the web TV creative’s space, WTVW is focused on empowering each student with the knowledge and tools needed to create an impactful presence on the web by producing and managing their own content. Diahnna Nicole Baxter co-created; co- wrote and starred in the first series to ever win an Emmy Award for the web, SATACRACY 88. Baxter has since been nominated for her work on other projects and continues to be a leader in making revolutionary content on a shoestring budget. Her partner, and co-founder, Damian Pellicionne is the head of Stella Entertainment and has starred, produced and cast over fifteen successful Internet productions.  WTVW offers the best-in-class resources for the web TV industry with their four-week course held in Hollywood. For more information please visit: http://www.webtvworkshop.com

Get to know: The Bannen Way: Trailer – Up for @StreamyAwards w/ @Mark_Gantt

If you love Burn Notice – you gotta watch the Bannen Way! Mark Gantt’s hot and this is a terrific series.

We’ll be on the red carpet tomorrow at the Streamy Awards and wish the cast and crew of The Bannen Way the best!

See you on Mingle Media TV.

From Crackle: Trailer

More Behind the Scenes with the Streamy’s (You know the Web TV Awards)

We usually only see the final product when looking at movies and videos. We don’t see what goes into making the “magic” but we are familiar with the awards that go to “best makeup,” “best costume,” “best sound effects,” and so on.

The Streamy Awards has over 175 shows AND individuals nominated in 35 different categories (see them here).

Today, we’re sharing the individuals who are up for awards – look the list over – how many people do you recognize?

Best Male Actor in a Comedy Web Series
Zach Galifianakis — (Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis)
Tony Hale — (CTRL)
Amir Blumenfeld — (Jake and Amir)
Sandeep Parikh — (The Guild)
David Wain — (Wainy Days)

Best Female Actor in a Comedy Web Series
Illeana Douglas — (Easy to Assemble)
Justine Bateman — (Easy to Assemble)
Joanna Cassidy — (Sex Ed)
Felicia Day — (The Guild)
Lisa Kudrow — (Web Therapy)

Best Male Actor in a Drama Web Series
Craig Frank — (Compulsions)
Robert Englund — (Fear Clinic)
Joe Absolom — (Girl Number 9)
Mark Gantt — (The Bannen Way)
Eric Balfour — (Valemont)

Best Female Actor in a Drama Web Series
Zoe Bell — (Angel of Death)
Rachael Hip-Flores — (Anyone But Me)
Tatyana Ali — (Buppies)
Sophie Tilson — (OzGirl)
Crystal Chappell — (Venice)

As you looked at the nominees above – I bet you didn’t realize you’d know some of these names, huh? Yes, actors are moving to new media productions to continue to do what they love – entertain us.

Why not show your appreciation and take 1 minute – click on this link and vote for the Streamy’s audience choice nominees. You can take about an hour or so and watch the videos of each of the nominees on the same page. Some pretty awesome productions.