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    Attention Filmmakers: Who Needs a Distributor? Check Out These DIY Digital Distribution Platforms.

    For new filmmakers, finding ways to get people to see their films is just as much of a struggle as making them in the first place. But with the digital shift comes new ways for filmmakers to get their work seen. Here's a round-up of DIY digital platforms.

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    Please, 'Veronica Mars,' Think Like a Fan

    The founders of VHX, the direct-to-fan distribution platform that also works with Kickstarter to fulfill digital download promises to backers, respond to the technical problems fans faced while trying to download their "free" digital copy of "Veronica Mars."

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    SXSW: Who Needs a Distributor? Direct-to-Fan Distribution Platform VHX Opens to the Public

    VHX, the direct-to-fan distribution platform built for premium video, officially launches to the public today after two years in private beta.

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    Watch Out Netflix, Here Comes VHX: Direct Film Distribution Platform Gets Big Backers

    VHX, the direct video distribution platform today announced a $3.2 million Series A financing round led by Union Square Ventures.

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    How Sundance Institute's Artist Services Program Is Growing Its Ability to Connect Indie Filmmakers With Their Fans

    Launched in 2011, the Sundance Institute’s Artist Services initiative was designed to help Sundance alumni filmmakers get their work in front of audiences in a shifting industry environment that was developing increasing options for self-distribution. The effort has been one of executive direc...

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    Internet Veterans Behind VHX Hold the Future of Distribution... If You've Been Developing Your Film's Online Presence

    Jamie Wilkinson started up the website Knowyourmeme.com, which encourages people to educate themselves on the viral sensations creeping across the Internet. His frequent collaborator Casey Pugh has developed for Vimeo and boxee. For a year now, the two have been hard at work on their new company VHX...

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