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AwesomenessTV Avoids Virtual Reality, Commences Kik Chatbot at First-Ever Newfronts Show


AwesomenessTV founder, Brian Robbins, has categorically noted at its first-ever NewFronts presentation that the business had no news to give concerning the virtual reality obverse, which is now a famous way to convince viewers to watch presentations.

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What You Can Expect from AwesomenessTV This Year

But Robbins still has some news for everyone at the event. He shared that AwesomenessTV was planning to utilize another amazing digital advancement—chat bots, a well-known software that’s intended to simulate an intelligent discussion between people via auditory or textual means over the Internet. In the future, Awesomeness will unveil fresh innovative bots, which would be founded on characters from its scripted series to present audience “companion narratives, behind-the-scenes features, and alternative endings.” All these information were shared by the company through a press release.

Robbins also stated that the company produces more than 800 hours of programming every year and encompasses three total brands: with its hallmark Awesomeness TV body, which targets the Generation Z; the faster-growing DreamWorks TV aimed at kids and teenagers; and Awestruck, which recently added Molly Sims and GloZell Green to its influencer community, is especially there for millennial moms. AwesomenessTV content can be viewed on thirty-one platforms, including the Apple TV app.

At the same event, AwesomenessTV announced the titles of some of their newest shows. One of the most notable would be the news about DreamWorksTV getting its first-ever live awards show, Kids’ Game Awards. The Kids’ Game Awards is created by Geoff Keighley, the one behind The Game Awards, and it will focus on recognizing  the best in kids’ gaming for the month of October.



Some details about the newest shows under Awesomeness and Awestruck were also revealed. These shows include t@gged, a psychosomatic thriller series featuring Lia Marie Johnson and Jc Caylen. The series centers around a murderer who tags three teenage girls’ profiles to a post regarding a horrific killing. Another one is Glo All In, a docu-series where YouTube star GloZell Green tells her journey to being a mother.

Before I Fall is another series that features Kian Lawley and with a story line that centers around a girl who’s got to live the same day repeatedly. And Awesomeness TV and Major League Baseball partner for an upcoming branded series in the vein of Royal Crush, AwesomenessTV’s biggest hit, which is created with the help of the Royal Caribbean International and is set in one of the company’s cruise ships.

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In perspective of these, partnership officer Paul Kelly noted that AwesomenessTV wasn’t going to be broadcasting a different branded content studio. Brian Robbins added, “We are creating premium content experiences that are true to the audience, and if brands can join us in the process, it’s a win for everyone.”

The corporations even declare an affiliation with foremost video analytics company ZEFR with regard to advertising front. They are expected to both propose a series called Signal that will explore AwesomenessTV’s branded content and align adverts “with the right videos and distribute it with unprecedented relevancy.

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