Trying something new here on Tubefilter. There are just so many web series related tid bits out there worth mentioning—including a heap in our News Desk email inbox that are worth a click.

  • Bite MeCollege Humor staffers are moving crosstown to parent company IAC’s offices, out of the unsupervised Union Square office sanctuary that birthed many of the CH crew’s original series like Hardly Working and The CollegeHumor Show. And co-founder Ricky Van Veen is taking a more grown up post as CEO of Barry Diller’s new web production arm Notational. He’s also hired Vogue Editor Anna Wintour’s strapping daughter Bee Shaffer as his assistant. Can you say cameo? [Business Insider]
  • Josh Schwartz’ Rockville, CA is taking the Euro stage—en français—starting December 3, thanks to a licensing deal between Warner Brothers Television and French internet provider Orange. The Echo Park indie rock drama is already up on Orange’s new Video Party site where it bow the 20-eps in both French and English with subtitles. [emailed release]
  • Neighborhood Watch, hidden camera web series made for Strike.TV put out its latest trailer, though no official launch date has been set yet. The Hollywood-based indie series sets itself in real-life den of aspiring actors young hollywood types—an apartment building called “The Hollywood.” [emailed]
  • Broadway web series The Battery’s Down wraps up its celebrated run today, bowing its three-part series(!) finale at 11:00PM (ET). The number of Tony winners, Broadway regulars and future Glee cast members in this indie web series from creator Jake Wilson is astounding. Though Wilson named Ep 16 “Party’s Over,” he says it’s just the next step for him after shepherding the series since Feb. 2008. [Broadway World]
  • In-Store Designer, a new design series launched, with one recent episode giving us everything we needed to know about Scandinavian furniture making that we didn’t get at IKEA. [LAist]
  • Copy & Pastry, a new comedy series proves Berekley Californians Two Trick Pony can play in the no-budget web series game, boasting “25 per cent of the budget came from redeemed bottle deposits.” [emailed release]

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