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Web Series Network Magazine Issue 5 April/May/June 2012

Web Series Network Magazine Issue 5 April/May/June 2012

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Published by Rich Mbariket
Welcome,
Readers of WSN Magazine!

Welcome to the fine print and our 5th issue!

I am eternally grateful to all the companies, web series and websites that are responsible for supporting WSN. The first WSN magazine was published back in April 2011, but I’ve been covering the web series industry since 2009 through our thriving online community at http:// webseriesnetwork.com and can say that much has improved over the years. Shorter webisodes are still relevant, but more and more content creators have transitioned into producing longer web programming that rivals television. Quality and production value is through the roof, and web series is no longer foreign to the general public. I am proud to be involved in web series entertainment and our objective via WSN magazine and webseriesnetwork.com is to continue to celebrate and foster web series, everything it represents and the people that make it all happen. Involved or desire to be involved in web series entertainment? Email me at rich@richmbariket.com.

Enjoy the issue and keep making web shows!
Rich Mbariket,
Publisher/Editor

WSN magazine is published quarterly by Rich Mbariket Media. Questions/Advertising: rich@richmbariket.com
Welcome,
Readers of WSN Magazine!

Welcome to the fine print and our 5th issue!

I am eternally grateful to all the companies, web series and websites that are responsible for supporting WSN. The first WSN magazine was published back in April 2011, but I’ve been covering the web series industry since 2009 through our thriving online community at http:// webseriesnetwork.com and can say that much has improved over the years. Shorter webisodes are still relevant, but more and more content creators have transitioned into producing longer web programming that rivals television. Quality and production value is through the roof, and web series is no longer foreign to the general public. I am proud to be involved in web series entertainment and our objective via WSN magazine and webseriesnetwork.com is to continue to celebrate and foster web series, everything it represents and the people that make it all happen. Involved or desire to be involved in web series entertainment? Email me at rich@richmbariket.com.

Enjoy the issue and keep making web shows!
Rich Mbariket,
Publisher/Editor

WSN magazine is published quarterly by Rich Mbariket Media. Questions/Advertising: rich@richmbariket.com

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INTERVIEWSRICH MBARIKET& MIKE AJAKWELAWEBFEST:IS IT THE NEXTSUNDANCE?WSN MAGAZINETHINKS SO!
WSN MAGAZINE
| APRIL/MAY/JUNE 2012 | WEBSERIESNETWORK.COM
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 Welcome,Readers o WSN Magazine! Welcome to the fne print and our 5th issue!I am eternally grateul to all the companies, web series and websitesthat are responsible or supporting WSN. Te frst WSN magazine waspublished back in April 2011, but I’ve been covering the web seriesindustry since 2009 through our thriving online community at http:// webseriesnetwork.com and can say that much has improved over theyears. Shorter webisodes are still relevant, but more and more contentcreators have transitioned into producing longer web programmingthat rivals television. Quality and production value is through the roo,and web series is no longer oreign to the general public. I am proudto be involved in web series entertainment and our objective via WSNmagazine and webseriesnetwork.com is to continue to celebrate and oster web series, everything it represents and the people that make it all happen.Involved or desire to be involved in web series entertainment? Email me atrich@richmbariket.com.Enjoy the issue and keep making web shows!Rich Mbariket,Publisher/Editor WSN magazine is published quarterly by Rich Mbariket Media.Questions/Advertising: rich@richmbariket.com
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 Max de Bowen
25 Things You Don’t Know About Me
 Flat White’s
producer opens up to WSN
 WSN ounder Rich Mbariket and LAWEBFES executive director Mike Ajakwe were recently eatured onhttp://omCruise.com. Mbariket and Ajakwe provided tips and advice on an inormative and insightul story writ-ten by reporters on Cruise’s thriving online community on how to make a web series.Read the ull story at http://bit.ly/HLDpV 
1.
I’ve been producing Flat Whites for funepisodic weekly since August 2011.
2.
I’ve been making attention-seeking videosmy whole life!
3.
My life’s ambition has been to produce a
successful feature lm.
4.
I’m a full time entrepreneur.
5.
I’m a great project manager!
6.
I’ve managed to make making videos myliving since 18.
7.
I’ve made promotional videos for severalmulti-national companies.
8.
I stopped watching TV about 10 years ago.
9.
I studied in Düsseldorf for a year.
10.
I did a short internship as a journalist.
11.
I always like discussing global politics!
12.
I studied lm at the New York Film Acad
-emy.
13.
My NYFA graduate lm was on an imaginary
PUA.
14.
Right now my three sisters and myself arein four different continents!
15.
I’m a Prince fan.
16.
I’ve travelled 29 countries.
17.
I want to keep lming around the world
until I die!
18.
I’ve eaten snakes, moose & whale.
19.
I’m a poly-phasic sleeper.
20.
I don’t drive.
21.
My favourite lm is Dark City.
22.
My favourite genre is neo-noir.
23.
My favourite music is funk & jazz.
24.
I’m a nice guy.
25.
My Mother made me who I am!
TOMCRUISE.
COM
INTERVIEWSRICH MBARIKET& MIKE AJAKWE
WSN MAGAZINE
| APRIL/MAY/JUNE 2012 | WEBSERIESNETWORK.COM
 Australian web video producer Max de Bowen
(left) started his small production company‘MaxFilm’ in 2008. He’s spent two years travel- ling every continent, including studying at the New York Film Academy. In mid-2011 Max
created the ‘Flat Whites’ web series which since
then has been releasing a new episode everyweek at http://atwhites.com.

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