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05 SEPTEMBER 2018

Leading Lady Parts: a satire on the problem of having to measure-up to an idealised concept of what it means to be a woman

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2018 • Anthony Welsh • auditionbackstageBBC Four • British acting talent • casting • Catherine Tate • comedy • dream role • Emilia Clarke • Felicity Jones • Florence Pugh • Gemma Arterton • Gemma Chan • idealised • Jessica Swale • Katie Leung • Leading Lady Parts (2018) • Lena Headey • role of a lifetime • satireshort film • Stacy Martin • stereotypestelevision business • Tom Hiddleston • UKUK Televisionwomen • Wunmi Mosak

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Simon Perkins
17 NOVEMBER 2011

Disney and YouTube deal to produce original content

"Disney Interactive Media and YouTube, a division of Google, will spend a combined $10 million to $15 million on original video series; those shorts will be produced by Disney and distributed on a co–branded channel on Disney.com and YouTube. The channel will also include amateur video culled from the torrent uploaded to YouTube daily.

The Disney–YouTube partnership follows YouTube's announcement late last month that it planned to create dozens of channels featuring comedians, sports stars, musicians and other entertainers. It is also offering cash advances to prospective producers that totaled more than $100 million, according to people with knowledge of the plan but who were not authorized to speak publicly. The investments in the channels reflect Google's belief that the Internet is the third phase of the television business, after network TV (with a few channels) and cable TV (with hundreds). "

(The New York Times, Brooks Barnes, 6 November 2011)

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2011amateur video • cable TV • cash advances • channel • co-branded • comedians • convergence • Disney Interactive Media • Disney.com • entertainers • flow diagramflowchartGoogle IncInternetmediamedia companiesmusicians • network TV • new mediaold mediaoriginal contentpartnershipshortssports starstelevisiontelevision businessTV • video recordings • video series • Walt DisneyWalt Disney Company • web dominance • web-original programming • YouTube

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Simon Perkins
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