channelfrederator:

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June 30th, 2015

channelfrederator:

A lot of our member channels are outside the United States, you might not know that we celebrate our country’s independence every 4 July. So, it seemed fitting to me to combine it with the commemoration of Channel Frederator Network’s Declaration of Cartoon Independents. –Fred

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From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 300 people
to receive this limited edition
Channel Frederator postcard!

www.channelfrederator.com
www.frederator.com

Channel Frederator Network
The Declaration of Cartoon Independents

July 4, 2015
315 million monthly views
85 million monthly viewers
1888 channels distributed
26.4 million subscribers
*Source: Frederator/YouTube Analytics

Series 29.7 [mailed out June 29, 2015]

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A lot of our member channels are outside the United States,...

Channel Frederator

June 30th, 2015

A lot of our member channels are outside the United States, you might not know that we celebrate our country’s independence every 4 July. So, it seemed fitting to me to combine it with the commemoration of Channel Frederator Network’s Declaration of Cartoon Independents. –Fred

…..

From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 300 people
to receive this limited edition
Channel Frederator postcard!

www.channelfrederator.com
www.frederator.com

Channel Frederator Network
The Declaration of Cartoon Independents

July 4, 2015
315 million monthly views
85 million monthly viewers
1888 channels distributed
26.4 million subscribers
*Source: Frederator/YouTube Analytics

Series 29.7 [mailed out June 29, 2015]

(Via https://www.flickr.com/photos/84568447@N00/18842808292/in/photostream/lightbox)

Who’s YOUR favorite Fredbot character? Ruth, who works with social media...

FredBot

June 30th, 2015

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Who’s YOUR favorite Fredbot character? Ruth, who works with social media here at Fredbot, tells us hers!

More Frederator in London, so grab a cup of tea and read on.

Frederator Times

June 29th, 2015

More Frederator in London, so grab a cup of tea and read on.

Frederator’s Founder/CEO and serial entrepreneur, Fred Seibert took part in Film London’s event, Animating For the Internet Age, held at the YouTube London Space on June 25, 2015.

This industry exclusive summit featured Seibert and a panel of other noted entrepreneurial filmmakers Mike Bell (Simon’s Cat), Jesse Cleverly (Wildseed Studios) and Jonti Picking (Mr. Weebl). Each of these panelists is known for using their respective skills and vision to make their properties successful on the internet, resulting in huge numbers of views and subscribers.

Film London’s mission is to underscore, support and strengthen London’s vital and growing animation industry by helping to boost production, facilitate co-production opportunities and create jobs.

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The Animating For the Internet Age panelists discussed the changing world of producing animated content. Topics touched on included that It isn’t just about pitching a concept and getting someone to order a program anymore, and that the internet allows artists to put their ideas out there – take risks, fail and learn.

Speaking about animation and the internet, Seibert explains, “Today the internet has enabled a new global golden age of animation; talented animated filmmakers can become stars in whatever location they choose to work, with audiences of more than 1 billion people. London has always hosted one of the world’s great animation communities, and now they have a chance to gain viewers everywhere.“ 

Additionally, Fred said, “The internet helps me find & support new & independent talent. There’s not AN audience but 1000s of audiences out there.”

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Adrian Wootton, Chief Executive of Film London and the British Film Commission, said: “Animating for the web is an area of rapid growth. It represents a world of opportunity for London animators willing to explore the new channels at their disposal, especially since these projects can claim our generous Animation Tax Relief. The capital is a real hotbed of talent and expertise, but like every industry we need to adapt to exploit new business models. This means that being able to host a legendary animation guru like Fred Seibert was not just a pleasure and a privilege, but also presented our audience of London animators with an invaluable opportunity to hear from someone at the industry’s forefront, along with insights from some of the UK’s most innovative online success stories.”

Until next time London!

Thanks –

Gwen

Dating Pool Couple — C

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June 29th, 2015

Dating Pool Couple — C

Well, the news here in the U.S. during last ten days or so has been super slow, so let’s see if we can post something that’ll get the Internet chatting. Here’s an alien couple from Bob and Mira for a Season Three episode of Bravest Warriors.

My London trip last week, sadly, did not include a meet...

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June 29th, 2015

My London trip last week, sadly, did not include a meet up with Hamish Steele, creator of Cartoon Hangover’s Dead End. But, dear Hamish was kind enough to drop off oodles of his print work from the last couple of years. Including, happily!, Deadendia, the continuing adventures. (And my personal favorite, Paul Rudd Zine.)

Thanks Hamish! 

(Via http://times.frederator.com/post/90178311780/by-now-you-have-watched-dead-end-cartoon)

Over 50 minutes of Fredbot cartoons in one video? Sweet! Sit...

FredBot

June 29th, 2015

Over 50 minutes of Fredbot cartoons in one video? Sweet! Sit back and relax with Wubbzy, Lucy, and more! 

On the road with Frederator … this time in London

Frederator Times

June 28th, 2015

On the road with Frederator … this time in London

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The first stop was the RallyFlix London screening of Cartoon Hangover’s Bravest Warriors, with special guest Fred Seibert, Frederator founder and Thirty Labs co-founder, on hand to talk about the series.

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Bravest Warriors fans attending the RallyFlix London screening got to see a preview of Bravest Warriors season three, a new documentary about the series, as well as favorite Bravest Warriors episodes.

A great time was had by all who attended – some Tweeted and posted photos:

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@tumblenc

Went to a @rallyflix screening of bravest warriors with Fred Seibert! It was pretty cool.

@Jayjayes

Had a great time watching Bravest Warriors with @rallyflix and special guest @fredseibert

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Also …

For more new Bravest Warriors content, check out Bravest Warriors #33 from Boom Studios, written by Kate Leth and featuring cover art by Ian McGinty, and pre-order Bravest Warriors Vol. 5 TP (July 2015).

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Check back in here later for more on Frederator’s trip across the pond.

- Gwen

Join Hongbi, Honshi and their friends today as they celebrate #flower...

FredBot

June 28th, 2015

Join Hongbi, Honshi and their friends today as they celebrate #flower day in this new episode of Cloud Bread! 

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June 27th, 2015

natazilla:

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