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indieWIRE at 10 (+ 1)

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire July 16, 2007 at 4:44AM

Eleven years ago today, indieWIRE published its first daily newsletter, launching as an email publication on July 15, 1996. Since then we've published nearly 3,000 daily editions and thousands of individual articles. One year ago, we looked back with a First Person article celebrating ten years of indieWIRE, this year we are linking to the salute as we pat ourselves on the back for another year. In the last 12 months, the site has continued to evolve with a major redesign and our readership has grown steadily. And notably, some 7,300 people are now members of indieLOOP, our social network for filmmakers. We are also thrilled by the success of SF360, a joint publication with the San Francisco Film Society covering the film scene in The Bay Area. For fun, feel free to check out the hundreds of photos from indieWIRE's 10th Anniversary party last year... [Eugene Hernandez]
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Eleven years ago today, indieWIRE published its first daily newsletter, launching as an email publication on July 15, 1996. Since then we've published nearly 3,000 daily editions and thousands of individual articles. One year ago, we looked back with a First Person article celebrating ten years of indieWIRE, this year we are linking to the salute as we pat ourselves on the back for another year. In the last 12 months, the site has continued to evolve with a major redesign and our readership has grown steadily. And notably, some 7,300 people are now members of indieLOOP, our social network for filmmakers. We are also thrilled by the success of SF360, a joint publication with the San Francisco Film Society covering the film scene in The Bay Area. For fun, feel free to check out the hundreds of photos from indieWIRE's 10th Anniversary party last year... [Eugene Hernandez]





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