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  • Drew Baldwin Reflects on 4 Years of Streamy Awards

    Drew Baldwin is the executive producer of the Streamy Awards, co-founder of Tubefilter, and executive director of Social Media Week Los Angeles.
    Awards usually help actors keep working; does winning a Streamy serve the same purpose?Certainly winning a Streamy Award is a boost to your career. It helps with getting recognition and getting noticed by brands and other sorts of traditional benefactors, whether they’re development executives or studios. I think a lot of programs and creators have been leveraging their award recognition as a validator. It makes it easier for you to move forward if you’re trying to get new work or projects off the ground.
    What can producers do to get their Web series seen?I think collaboration is a big part of the strategy. A major artist breaking a new artist has been happening in the music business for a long time. You can see the same thing happening on YouTube. Some YouTubers will borrow audiences from one another by working together. A great example of this is Hannah Hart and Grace Helbig in “Camp Takota.” This is an indie feature that was released on iTunes and online. Their audiences bled into one another.
    Do you have any advice for actors?Right now there are many, many

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