This month’s Hollywood Web Television Meetup promises to be one of our best yet. Sponsored by maniaTV, the world’s first internet television network, the Meetup will be taking over maniaTV’s studios with screenings of your web series, performances by hip-hop artist Pigeon John and his band Rootbeer (featuring Flynn Adam), and, of course open bar provided courtesy of maniaTV.
Due to the overwhelming turnout at the January Hollywood Web Television Meetup, we are limiting the RSVP list so please make sure to RSVP right now to reserve a ticket before they run out—and with an open bar, they are going to go fast.
For those who want to chat, mix and mingle this is the Meetup you need to be at!
- Open bar and DJ
- Web Series screening from members of the Meetup community
- Live performance by Pigeon John and Rootbeer
The February Hollywood Web Television Meetup will be on February 4, 2009 at maniaTV Studios in Los Angeles from 7:30-11pm. Please check the RSVP page for more details, including address, map and directions.
At this month’s Meetup we’re featuring none other than you, the amazing creators who are at the heart of the web television community. So, instead of a panel this month, we’re putting together a screening of web series episodes from members of the Meetup community.
That means we need your submissions! Here’s the catch, you have to come to the Meetup to be part of the screening. To submit your series, just fill out the form and we’ll be in touch about including it in the lineup.
After the screening Peter Hoskins, CEO of maniaTV, will be presenting about the exciting production opportunities at maniaTV. KoldCast TV will be again conducting roving interviews, so make sure you get on camera and promote your web series.
There will also be a gaming area set up on the stage of Arcade where you can challenge Rob, Turtle and the Arcade team, and you can also get involved maniaTV’s music series Stage 5, which will be taping during the Meeetup.
Please click the “buy tickets” button to reserve your ticket.
Photos from the January Meetup: