Tubefilter News got a new look today. (If you’re reading this in your RSS reader, click here to check it out.) We’ve organized our site into three main categories:
News: General and breaking news in the web television world.
Interviews: In-depth conversations with the creative talent in front and behind the camera of the best web shows.
Reviews: Critical reviews of scripted web shows.
At the top of the main page, we now feature a lead story. After a featured piece, like our interview with Joss Whedon, is done basking in the limelight of the top spot it will move down into the Interviews section. Make sense?
We’ve also made navigating through past articles much easier. Say you want to find out more about the hit show The Guild, simply use the Shows pull-down menu above, to find all our of articles about the show. Or maybe you just want to discover a new show in the comedy genre. Just use the Genre pull-down menu and select “Comedy.” You get the idea.
Be sure to check out the Tubefilter Web TV Schedule up at the top right, where you can subscribe to the calendar of upcoming episodes from top shows. You’ll never be the last to watch the latest episodes of your favorite shows again.
And finally, yes, a few ads have made their way onto the site. We aim to keep these to a tasteful minimum, and only work with advertisers that are relevant to you, our readers. If you are interested in reaching a wide audience of web TV fans and creators as well as entertainment professionals, why not advertise on Tubefilter News?
We appreciate your feedback on the new site layout, so please feel free to leave comments on what you think. Ultimately this site is for you, our readers, and we want to know what makes it best for you.
What do you think of the new design?