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WebVee Guide & HLG Studios Team Up to Live Stream the 6th Annual Indie Series Awards


The Indie Series Network has partnered with WebVee Guide and Happy Little Guillotine Studios to stream the 6th Annual Indie Series Awards ceremony, live from the historic El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood on April 1.

The Indie Series Awards, founded in 2009, celebrate the best in independently produced, scripted entertainment created for the Web. Click here for a complete list of nominees.

"We are thrilled to partner with WebVee Guide and Happy Little Guillotine Studios to live stream this year's ISAs," said Indie Series Awards producer and founder Roger Newcomb. "I have so much respect for the consistent quality coverage WebVee produces to highlight the work of indie creators, and have long admired HLG's award-winning work which has helped create and evolve the digital entertainment space."

WebVee Guide (webveeguide.com) is an online magazine devoted to finding and promoting high-quality streaming content from across the globe through reviews, interviews and WebFest show coverage.

"Independent series are the creative heart and soul of web entertainment," says WVG editor-in-chief Kyle Price-Livingston. "WebVee Guide is committed to finding and promoting great web series from across the globe, and we're beyond excited to be working with HLG Studios to cover this year's Indie Series Awards!"

Happy Little Guillotine Studios (www.hlgstudios.com) is a creative agency and production house known for their critically-acclaimed and award-winning series and campaigns. With an amalgam of clientele ranging from TV networks to Fortune 500 companies to everyone in-between, HLG Studios has worked tirelessly to tell innovative stories for both traditional and new media since 2006.

"HLG Studios is very excited to team up with WebVee Guide to livestream this year's Indie Series Awards!" said co-founder Yuri Baranovsky. "As long time creators of indie series and even longer time lovers of awards, we can't wait to help bring this fantastic show to a digital audience!"

This year's ISAs are being hosted by Emmy Award-winning actor Eric Martsolf (Days of our Lives), and nearly 60 web series from around the world are nominated.

"The web is overflowing with great, independent series," added co-founder Justin Morrison. We're excited to team up with WebVeeGuide and the ISAs to introduce some of these series to new audiences!"

The Indie Series Network (indieseriesnetwork.org) is a nonprofit community of professional artists (producers, actors, writers, technicians, designers, musicians, aficionados, broadcasters, editors, techs, etc.), championing the web series as a uniquely collaborative and empowering medium of creative expression with the potential to entertain, educate, enlighten and—ultimately—elevate the human experience.

"The ISAs are our signature event, and I'm so happy WebVee Guide and HLG Studios are making a live stream possible this year so even more people can see the incredible work of indie artists that will be on display," said Indie Series Network director Kevin Mulcahy Jr.

Serial Scoop is the official media sponsor of the Indie Series Awards.  The 6th Annual ISAs will stream live on April 1 at 8 p.m. PDT/11 p.m. EDT.

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