March 20, 2014


nungers:

"you’re gonna be home alone for a bit"

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love part 2

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love

love

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February 14, 2014


vhxtv:

Sneak peek alert! We made something cool for our filmmakers. More info coming soon.

As the resident payments nerd at VHX I cannot tell you how excited I am for this feature! Now you can sell your videos from any site on the web - VHX powered or not.

vhxtv:

Sneak peek alert! We made something cool for our filmmakers. More info coming soon.

As the resident payments nerd at VHX I cannot tell you how excited I am for this feature! Now you can sell your videos from any site on the web - VHX powered or not.

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January 16, 2014


birthmoviesdeath:

Congrats to Drafthouse Films, director Joshua Oppenheimer and THE ACT OF KILLING team on today’s Oscar® nomination! 
Watch it now: www.actofkilling.com

So excited for everyone involved with this project! If you haven’t seen it go do so immediately.

birthmoviesdeath:

Congrats to Drafthouse Films, director Joshua Oppenheimer and THE ACT OF KILLING team on today’s Oscar® nomination! 

Watch it now: www.actofkilling.com

So excited for everyone involved with this project! If you haven’t seen it go do so immediately.

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September 4, 2013


my favorite one so far

my favorite one so far

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August 29, 2013


vhxtv:

We’re excited to announce that we’ve closed a $3.2M Series A fundraising round led by Union Square Ventures. USV brings a huge amount of experience with industry-changing companies, and we’re proud to have them on board.
In the last year, VHX has grown from 2 people and a comedy special into an 8-person team with a solid software platform and dozens of great releases. The filmmakers, distributors, studios, and publishers we’ve worked with have helped shape two simple ideas about the future of premium video distribution:

Creators want well-designed websites, control of their own content, and a direct relationship with their audience. 


Consumers want to watch high-quality videos that are restriction-free and available everywhere, and are happy to pay for it.

Taking a look at each VHX team members’ home media setup is a glaring example of just how complex and fragmented the video experience is: TVs, tablets, game consoles, phones, Chromecasts. The way we discover and watch video is changing every day, and varies wildly from country-to-country. 
We are building a publishing platform that helps close these gaps between interest and availability. And our approach introduces new ways to sell content, and allows more people to be involved in that process. 
We are looking for beta testers: Filmmakers, distributors, publishers, educators, and moving-picture-creators who want to put the new platform to use. If you’re ready to sell work, we can power your website.
We are looking for new team members: Great people who love videos and are passionate about creating for creators. We are building a watching experience that’s better than Netflix, keeps artists and fans as close as Kickstarter, and empowers publishers as much as Tumblr did for us.
Most importantly, we have free stickers for you: Fill out this form and we’ll put some in the mail.
Thanks for tuning in.

Beyond excited to announce this!

vhxtv:

We’re excited to announce that we’ve closed a $3.2M Series A fundraising round led by Union Square Ventures. USV brings a huge amount of experience with industry-changing companies, and we’re proud to have them on board.

In the last year, VHX has grown from 2 people and a comedy special into an 8-person team with a solid software platform and dozens of great releases. The filmmakers, distributors, studios, and publishers we’ve worked with have helped shape two simple ideas about the future of premium video distribution:

  • Creators want well-designed websites, control of their own content, and a direct relationship with their audience.

  • Consumers want to watch high-quality videos that are restriction-free and available everywhere, and are happy to pay for it.

Taking a look at each VHX team members’ home media setup is a glaring example of just how complex and fragmented the video experience is: TVs, tablets, game consoles, phones, Chromecasts. The way we discover and watch video is changing every day, and varies wildly from country-to-country.

We are building a publishing platform that helps close these gaps between interest and availability. And our approach introduces new ways to sell content, and allows more people to be involved in that process.

We are looking for beta testers: Filmmakers, distributors, publishers, educators, and moving-picture-creators who want to put the new platform to use. If you’re ready to sell work, we can power your website.

We are looking for new team members: Great people who love videos and are passionate about creating for creators. We are building a watching experience that’s better than Netflix, keeps artists and fans as close as Kickstarter, and empowers publishers as much as Tumblr did for us.

Most importantly, we have free stickers for you: Fill out this form and we’ll put some in the mail.

Thanks for tuning in.

Beyond excited to announce this!

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August 25, 2013


vhxtv:

Kevin Spacey had some inspiringly choice words for the Edinburgh Television Festival this past week, fresh from his experience as executive producer of House of Cards. 

And through this new form of distribution, we have demonstrated that we have learned the lesson that the music industry didn’t learn. Give people what they want, when they want it, in the form they want it in, at a reasonable price and they’ll more likely pay for it rather than steal it. Well, some will still steal it but I think we can take a bite out of piracy.

Give the audience control and in the end, fans win out. We couldn’t agree more. 

Sing it Spacey

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August 23, 2013


chadsnuts:

I was certainly surprised to find this today at VHX for my birthday, but I think Charlie has gone insane.

Things get weird on fridays

chadsnuts:

I was certainly surprised to find this today at VHX for my birthday, but I think Charlie has gone insane.

Things get weird on fridays

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June 17, 2013


vhxtv:

IndieWire just launched their 2013 Influencers List and VHX is proudly listed alongside some of our favorite people! It’s great to see the likes of Tim League (Drafthouse), Radius TWC, Parts and Labor, James and Lisanne of Indie Game, Marc Shiller, and Ted Hope, to name just a few. We are so grateful and humbled to be featured. 
Check out the full list to get to know other people trying to figure out what the indie film industry looks like today and in the future. Also to see our founders’ special secret bond over…ahem…The Fifth Element. 

love this.

vhxtv:

IndieWire just launched their 2013 Influencers List and VHX is proudly listed alongside some of our favorite people! It’s great to see the likes of Tim League (Drafthouse), Radius TWCParts and Labor, James and Lisanne of Indie Game, Marc Shiller, and Ted Hope, to name just a few. We are so grateful and humbled to be featured.

Check out the full list to get to know other people trying to figure out what the indie film industry looks like today and in the future. Also to see our founders’ special secret bond over…ahem…The Fifth Element. 

love this.

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June 8, 2013


oldchum:

Little Man in his Little Cabin at the Shop.

Need this for Charlie.

oldchum:

Little Man in his Little Cabin at the Shop.

Need this for Charlie.

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