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Rcom.TV Debuts Digital Film Channel to Showcase Digital Short Films(December 21, 2001)
³Framed provides student and independent film producers with an important distribution opportunity,² said R/com Networks CEO David Barrett. ³Not only will people from around the world view their work, but theyıll also get a chance to explain their purpose, techniques and style. Itıs just one of the things that makes Framed different.²
Framed also features films from Indie Film channel Rewind (http://www.rewindvideo.com). ³Our partners at Rcom.TV are like the networks affiliates of old,² said Rcom.TV producer Gralyn Crumpler. ³More people can see our content because we have multiple outlets thanks to these partnerships. More filmmakers can be seen and more people can be inspired by their work.²
Each month a new film will be featured on ³Framed² and you can submit your film(s) online.
Rcom.TV is a complete Internet media channel, offering news, magazine-style shows, films and education on the Web. Although available via its direct Web domain, Rcom.TV is a component of R/com MediaSchool (http://www.mediaschool.com), the 24/7 University Certified eLearning campus for the arts and New Media. Rcom.TV also features the use of gMedia? technology from Generic Media. Visitors to the site may view movies on any popular Web browser without additional downloads or plug-in requirements.
R/com Networks, Inc. is a media publishing company providing solutions in eLearning, Web publishing, video and interactive media.
For more information, visit http://www.rcom.tv
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