Your Geek News

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YourGeekNews.com
Genre News
Created by Matt Campagna
Anastasia 'Nat' Tubanos
Directed by Matt Campagna
Starring Matt Campagna
Anastasia 'Nat' Tubanos
Country of origin Canada
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 58
Production
Executive producer(s) Frogwater Media
Running time Varies
Release
Original network Bebelgum, Vuze
Original release March 2007 – Present
External links
Website www.yourgeeknews.com

Your Geek News is an award winning[1] Entertainment News web series created and hosted by Matt Campagna and Anastasia "Nat" Tubanos.

The show previews and reviews upcoming genre films and geek movies such as X-Men, The Terminator, Star Trek and Twilight for fans of the show and the films to comment and discuss on YourGeekNews.com.

The Previews on Your Geek News come in the form of extensive, occasionally exclusive, clips and cast/crew interviews that are accompanied by Matt + Nat's highly opinionated desk banter.

Cast[edit]

Your Geek News is hosted by Broadcast Journalist Anastasia 'Nat' Tubanos and Independent Filmmaker Matt Campagna, collectively known as hosts on the show as Matt + Nat.

Production[edit]

Matt + Nat produce the show with the participation of Frogwater Media and Internext Enterprises out of Toronto, Canada. While Your Geek News' movie Previews get attention for the guest stars, the Reviews are often hotly debated, and draw specific distinctions during on-camera discussion between the merits of a Geek film as an adaptation of source material and the film itself.

Distribution[edit]

In addition to being available on YourGeekNews.com and YouTube, as well as for subscription on iTunes, a 2009 partnership with Babelgum has included Your Geek News in a roster including PBS, Lonely Planet and BBC of online television available on Bablegum.com.[2]

Awards[edit]

The show won the 2008 Canadian Blog Award for Best Video Podcast.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Canada Blogger Award Finalists". Canadian Blog Awards. 2008-12-30. Retrieved 2009-06-07. 
  2. ^ "Babelgum adds Canadian series to lineup". CARTT. 2009-06-07. Retrieved 2009-06-07. 

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