valemont - friday rewindWe didn’t intend for it to work out this way, but this week was all about the ladies in web TV. Or maybe its just CBS that has a thing for them. Either way, this week saw news that Shira Lazar had signed on with CBSNews.com to be a regular correspondent on Mo Rocca’s Tomorrow Show along with her own video rich blog on site. Then came the release of two new CBS Interactive web series, TV in a Flash with former Wallstrip host Julie Alexandria and Sports in a Flash with Lauren Shahedi, The two series will live on CBS-owned sites TV.com and CBSSports.com. And rounding out the ladies theme, with Breast Cancer Awareness Month upon us, web star Taryn Southern rallied some celeb friends together to make a series of click-worthy Save a Tit videos which debuted this week.

Our own Adam Wright wrapped up his coverage of NYTVF earlier this week with some reflections on the very real intersection of independent television and web TV. As panelist and Easy to Assemble creator Illeana Douglas put it, “A year ago people came to me and were like ‘what are you doing’ … we’re at the tipping point where people are saying ‘Now, I get it.’”

And in case you weren’t glued to the commercial break after The City on MTV, the network bowed its Valemont web series from the creators of Gemini Division and Afterworld. The first two episodes are now online:

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