In the world of Web content production, weber smokers have always been at the top of the list.
The internet is a place where anyone can publish anything and everyone can share their creations, so a lot of people have made content for the web, from comic books to music to videos, and even documentaries.
So it’s only natural that the Irish web series industry would be interested in making it easier for anyone to share their own creations with others, and the producers behind those web series are working hard to make it easier too.
Web series producer Michael McAllister, who also produces the web series Webster, said he was pleased to be able to work with his colleagues at Webster and make the web production experience easier for everyone.
“I think it’s a great opportunity to create a more fun, entertaining and engaging web series for all ages, and we’ve all had great fun making them,” said McAllisters Webster co-creator, Sean Cavanagh.
“Websters producers and writers are passionate about creating the best web series possible, and it’s really rewarding to be part of it,” he said.
Cavanagh is also working with his co-writer, Sean Dolan, to produce a web series called Wanda in a box.
“We’re doing the show in a completely separate, digital world, so the series is entirely in the digital world and has no voiceover, but it’s all about the fun of the internet, of watching it in the comfort of your own home,” he explained.
Cavendish is also a Webster producer.
“It’s a lot about the experience of making a web show,” he added.
“And I think that’s the key for Websters producers: the experience they have making their own web series is so rewarding and exciting that we can’t help but think of it as our own.”
So, if you’re a Websters producer and you want to have a Web Series in a Box, that’s fantastic.
“Webster is set to air on the Irish channel RTÉ1 in late 2018, with the Webster crew producing webisodes on their own time.
Websters are produced by a team of writers, including Cavanaugh, who is the show’s executive producer.
They have already been working with the show, including a webisode which will feature a “live performance”, and an episode of the series that will feature the team’s web series producer.
“Websters are about a lot more than just the enjoyment of watching a webcomic. “
This is going to be a really good experience for everyone involved,” said co-founder, Stephen Mearns.
“Websters are about a lot more than just the enjoyment of watching a webcomic.
They are a very creative experience for all of us, and they are an opportunity for people from all walks of life to share a web site with their friends, and that’s what we’re going for.”
For more information about the Websters series, visit www.websters.ie.