REDEARTH88 covered by TVWeek’s Web Video Report

April 21, 2008 at 9:25 pm Leave a comment

TVWeek’s WebVideoReport covers REDEARTH88, and the site is currently featuring the RE88 video Aly Zarin.

Glenn Rubenstein is credited with several positions for his work with the LonelyGirl15 series, a viral phenomenon. A man of many hats, he wrote, directed, story edited and developed story arcs for the series from October 2006 through April 2007. A fan of alternate reality games and stories, Rubenstein was behind about a half-dozen dead drops, or physical clues or objects strategically placed in certain locations, aimed at giving the story a depth of reality. Around the same time he began developing original stories. Enter RedEarth88, a girl named Rachel at the center of a mysterious scheme to keep her safe from unknown forces. Rachel herself starts keeping a video blog on YouTube chronicling her life and the people in it.”

Feature Video: RedEarth88 : Web Video Report

Glenn Rubenstein

P.S. – I don’t think I’d covered it here, but REDEARTH88 also got some nice coverage from NewTeeVee a few weeks ago:

Glenn Rubenstein and REDEARTH88 on NewTeeVee.
Glenn Rubenstein and REDEARTH88 at NewTeeVee.

Chris Albrecht’s NewTeeVee story was also picked up by Mashable here:

Glenn Rubenstein (Lonelygirl15 writer-director) succeeds with REDEARTH88.
Lonelygirl15 writer-director Glenn Rubenstein succeeds with REDEARTH88.


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