The new Web show, "LG15: The Resistance," will debut a six-minute episode every Saturday for 12 weeks, similar to a TV weekly show. That's because daily viewing demands a lot of Internet audiences, while weekly viewing is more manageable for many fans, said Greg Goodfried, one of the creators of the show (along with Miles Beckett).
"What we found was for a passive audience and a broader audience it was harder to follow daily content. This will be a three-month season with a new episode each week," Mr. Beckett said in an interview.
They produce the show through EQAL, their Web production firm. This spring EQAL struck a partnership with CBS Interactive and landed $5 million in venture funding in a round led by Spark Capital, giving EQAL resources most of their Web-video competition lacks. "LG15: The Resistance" will debut on Hulu, MySpaceTV, imeem, Veoh and YouTube, with all of those partners guaranteeing promotion and marketing space on their sites, the creators said.