The executive producer of Charlie Sheen’s FX sitcom talks about the show’s unusual 10/90 deal, the production plan he’s set up to produce 100 episodes in two years, and why he thinks the old network model is a waste of time.
"I won't even say the words 'Charlie Sheen,'" says Ad.ly's Walter Delph, who became the social media startup's new CEO in March after a disastrous partnership. He's been scrubbing tiger blood stains out of his brand ever since.
About 100,000 people have downloaded the social video sharing app in the last few days alone. And cute puppy clips aren't the only draw. With mobile-friendly max clip lengths of 15 seconds, Viddy's part Twitter, part Instagram, all the rage.
Mike Tyson's entered the next phase of his career: creative consultant for the wildly successful iPhone game, "Mike Tyson: Main Event." And while plenty of celebrities lend their names to products, Tyson tells Fast Company he's poured his heart into this one—and found kindred spirits among hardcore gamers.