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My Damn Channel is converting its business into one of the growing ranks of multichannel networks on YouTube.
A few years ago -- an eternity on the Internet timeline -- online video was the Wild West. The occasional gunslinger would come along and challenge the current sheriff, achieving viral success.
NBC, in partnership with the New York Television Festival, will shell out $25,000 and a development deal for the winning drama in a new pilot contest.
Subway has expanded its "Subway Fresh Artists Filmmakers" program, expanding the project to New York University after launching it at University of Southern California last year.