[identity profile] stewardess.livejournal.com posting in [community profile] life_wo_fanlib
From SoCalTech.com, dated March 31, 2009:

Burbank-based Take180.com announced Tuesday that the firm has officially launched a web site which looks to create original web series based on audience participation. The site--which is owned by The Walt Disney Company--said it has created three web series called "My Date," "I <3 Vampires" and "Electric Spoofaloo" all derived from user videos, stories, photos, and artwork. The new site is headed by Chris M. Williams, and has been in beta since the fall of last year; the site is built on top of Los Angeles-based FanLib, which was also headed by Williams and acquired by Disney last year.

Date: 2009-04-01 06:38 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] meoinya.livejournal.com
audience participation . . . are those 'participants' being PAID for their efforts? I hope so. And I hope they didn't sign away their rights in their eagerness to get something up on the web like this.

Anyone with half a brain should know not to sign on THAT dotted line.

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