Last year the 2010 Indie Intertube Awards were the only award show I watched all the way through, and I loved it. Unfortunately we didn’t have and episodes of ‘Mind My Brains, Darling!‘ released so we weren’t eligible for an award, but we loved the show! The 2011 Indie Intertube Awards are now underway, and you have a couple of days left to get your nomination in for the Audience Choice Award. You can nominate as many webseries as you want, and I’m sure you can think of at least one* or two deserving shows…
All the details are on indieintetube.tv and the rules are really simple. So what are you waiting for?
April, Amanda, Angela, Paul and Laura in Victoria, BC, after our in-studio appearance on the Indie Intertube Podcast
Next week Amanda and April celebrate their 100th Indie Intertube Podcast on Blogtalk Radio. Congratulations to both of them for delivering so many high-quality, informative and downright fun shows – a huge achievement! Going over to Victoria for your show was certainly a highlight of 2011
If you were to nominate a certain Rom-Zom-Britcom then you might want to consider adding the fact you really liked the soundtrack by Megan Lynch, or the animation by Efehan Elbi, or the artwork by Jeremy Hodges, or the guest stars Josephine Hoy and Alan Douglas. You know, as a thought