Movido TV Offers Five Video Series For Radio Websites
July 6, 2010 at 4:20 AM (PT)
MOVIDO TV announced the titles of its first five Internet-based video series that will be available for radio broadcasters to feature on their local station websites. Targeting a primary 18-49 adult audience, these series are:
B GATE: Who’s really "in the know" in HOLLYWOOD? The movie studio security guards at GATE B certainly think they do. Co-produced with JENNIFER LOPEZ and her production company, NUYORICAN PRODUCTIONS, this "webisode" series is about the back gate at a major HOLLYWOOD studio.
CANCUN NIGHTS: Family, money, and love soon lead to betrayal, lust and even murder. Set on the steamy beaches of the Mexican Riviera, this drama series promises to keep audiences guessing. Starring Academy Award-nominated actor ERIC ROBERTS and international star FERNANDO CARILLO.
PICO AND PACO: In the plush BEVERLY HILLS mansion of ANTONIO BANDERAS and MELANIE GRIFFITH, we find two spoiled cats living in the lap of luxury and cozying up to the rich and famous of HOLLYWOOD.
ADAM N’ EVA: In a drunken stupor, groom-to-be ADAM marries bachelor party waitress EVA in MEXICO. EVA unexpectedly shows up on ADAM’s "real" wedding day. Beautiful bride (TIFFANY THIESSEN) is oblivious. Bedlam ensues.
STUDENT LOUNGE: What’s that tuition check really paying for? Meet EFREN RAMIREZ and JESSE GARCIA, who have student life all figured out in this hilarious sketch comedy series about mindless media, the quintessential slacker culture, salacious sarcasm, and lowered expectations.
Pilot episodes for all five series can be viewed in their entirety at www.movidotv.com .
"We’re creating and producing shows for the web that mirror the quality of those seen on network television, at a fraction of the cost," says MOVIDO TV President BRYAN LORD. "Leveraging our extensive list of contacts in the industry, we’ve managed to pool our resources to produce quality programming using celebrity talent while never compromising production value. There aren’t too many producers shooting content for the web in locations like CANCUN -- but MOVIDO certainly is."