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Babelgum launches third season of ‘RADAR’

The Streamy-nominated weekly video series RADAR will return to Babelgum with its third season premiere on July 7. Available on Babelgum's mobile and online platforms (www.babelgum.com/radar), RADAR provides three minute videos about rarely profiled artists and subjects. RADAR is produced by WBPLabs, the experimental lab division of the WorkBook Project (WBP). The first episode of the third season will profile Jay Shells, the man behind Subway Etiquette, a new project that uses silk-screen signs, which look identical to official transit signs, to highlight inappropriate behavior on New York's subway system. The original mini-documentaries are shot with a commercial and music video mentality by award-winning filmmakers from the WBP network.
July 7, 2010

The Streamy-nominated weekly video series RADAR will return to Babelgum with its third season premiere on July 7. Available on Babelgum’s mobile and online platforms (www.babelgum.com/radar), RADAR provides three minute videos about rarely profiled artists and subjects. RADAR is produced by WBPLabs, the experimental lab division of the WorkBook Project (WBP). The first episode of the third season will profile Jay Shells, the man behind Subway Etiquette, a new project that uses silk-screen signs identical in appearance to official transit signs, to highlight inappropriate behavior on New York’s subway system. The original mini-documentaries are shot with a commercial and music video mentality by award-winning filmmakers from the WBP network.

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