Aspiring television creators enter this fall season with more ways than ever to be noticed. They can compete for time periods on broadcast TV, cable TV, multicast TV services, Netflix, Amazon and a growing number of competitors from Hulu to Fullscreen. They can crowdfund or equity crowdfund their creations, then use the audience they've amassed in the process to self-distribute their work. Or they can convert their work into applications, fed directly to the public via smart TV sets and TV attachments from Roku to Apple TV and Shield.
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