We’ve been hard at work finishing up episode two, and although you may not have heard from us for a while, we’re happy to report news on several fronts.

Our first episode is now available for download through iTunes. Subscribe to our iTunes podcast, and all successive episodes will automatically download to your iTunes (and any iPods or iPhones you may have).

Director’s Notes, a UK-based blog on “The What, How & Why of Independent Filmmaking” has just posted an interview with us in podcast form. Listen to the interview in its entirety.

And lastly, we were recently interviewed by the MIT Convergence Culture Consortium (C3). In their words, the Convergence Culture Consortium (C3) “explores the ways the business landscape is changing in response to the growing integration of content and brands across media platforms and the increasingly prominent roles that consumers are playing in shaping the flow of media.” The interview initially ran in their private newsletter for their corporate and academic affiliates, but has now been posted in four parts on their blog:

Part one
Part two
Part three
Part four

Thanks to MarBelle at Director’s Notes and Jason Mittell at C3 for taking an interest in The West Side; these interviews will likely answer any questions you may have about the background, process, or future of the show. And if you’re interested in independent film and/or the changing media landscape, we highly recommend you pay a visit to both sites.

iTunes availability and two interviews | posted on September 18, 2007 1 comment
  1. scott 9 Oct 2007

    looking for episode 2

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