Rodrigo Garcia and Jon Avnet

May 2013
Back Stage (1946-5440);5/9/2013, Vol. 54 Issue 19, p11
Trade Publication
An interview with Wigs Youtube Channel co-founders Rodrigo Garcia and Jon Avnet is presented. When ask about selling scripted drama on Youtube, Avnet says that they enjoy good relations with actors and their representatives, but they find difficulty in finding and writing good stories. Garcia believes that actors were very receptive to the idea that they were talking to people. Avnet says that they are investing in the belief that quality will be worth something overtime.


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