Comedy Central hosts contest for Motherload site
Comedy Central is launching Test Pilots, an online competition in which people can submit one to five minute shows with the grand prize being a development deal to produce the series for Comedy Central's "Motherload" broadband site. Comedy Central is doing the contest in collaboration with IFILM, which was bought by parent company MTV Networks back in October. Rather than simply having the work judged by Comedy Central, three new pilots will be shown each week for viewers to vote on. Once four finalists have been chosen the grand prize winner will be picked by a panel of Comedy Central judges. Submissions are being accepted from May 22 to August 24, so if you have any ideas, whether it be live-action, animated, or whatever, go check out the details.
[via Lost Remote]