Janson Media today announced the launch of a newly revamped website, showcasing the company’s commitment to embrace the evolution of Web 2.0 culture. The new design encourages interactivity, in the hope of building an online community of media professionals from around the world.
The new user-friendly JANSON.COM features a helpful “resource” section for producers and clients. Clients may now access everything from digital deliverables like high-resolution images and program transcripts, to online all-the-time screening files of both trailers and complete programs and episodes. Producers can research anything from standard agreement terms to lists of film festivals or state film commissions, from videotape mastering guidelines to backgrounders on music cue sheets and E&O insurance.
The site also delivers an informative pressroom, now updated daily. Janson Media clients and fans can now stay current with the company’s latest developments with business news, DVD releases, programming announcements, and more. Users are encouraged to sign up to receive Janson Media Pressroom news via RSS or email, which can be done from any page on the site.
Responsive to the increasingly popular culture of Internet sharing, Janson Media also announces the launch of its very own Screening Room on JANSON.TV. In addition to trailers and clips of programming from the Janson Media Rights Portfolio, JANSON.TV features a wide range of entertaining and informative short-form content, culled from its library of over 1,500 hours of programming. JANSON.TV is a joint venture between Janson Media and Janson Digital. A wide range of informative and entertaining content from the Janson Media library is also available at the company’s own YouTube channel.
Janson Media has become quite the social butterfly and can currently be followed on social networking sites like twitter and facebook. Fans and clients are encouraged to follow the company’s and its executives’ posts and “tweets.” In the coming months, look forward to Janson Media becoming more digitally friendly, using the world wide web as its principle platform to promote interactivity for its global network of filmmakers, television producers, content creators, programmers, and acquisition and co-production executives.