If YouTube is replacing television, than Web series are the new sitcoms, keeping viewers tuning in week after week.
But there’s no TV Guide for the Internet, at least not yet. So how do you go about finding new and exciting shows to watch online?
We tracked down the panelists of the “Web Series 101” panel at DragonCon to get the skinny on how and where to find the good stuff. Noted experts Suzanne Najbrt, David Speakman, and It’s Good to Be a Geek Editor Jessa Phillips each shared their tips on how to find the best Web series out there and gave the Daily Dot their personal favorites.
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