Amanda has written for seven web series and multiple web shows over the last eight years. A few highlights:
Wallstrip (CBS Interactive)
Amanda served as Head Writer, Editor, and Blogger for Wallstrip, a daily finance web show that examined the point where stock culture meets pop culture. In 2007, CBS acquired Wallstrip, making it the first web video property to be purchased by a major media company.
MobLogic (CBS Interactive)
Amanda served as writer and blogger for MobLogic, a critically-acclaimed and webby-nominated series that covered news and politics from the ground up. The series made its mark with over 100 episodes, 2.5mm monthly views, an active community of 75,000, and partnerships from the blogosphere to 60 Minutes.
Employment Law This Week (Epstein Becker Green)
Amanda is currently the Head Writer for Employment Law This Week, a rundown of the latest news in employment law, sponsored by the firm Epstein Becker Green.
TV in a Flash (tv.com)
This weekly primetime recap show was geared toward young TV junkies. Amanda served as Head Writer and social media manager, building a Twitter following of 5,000 in just over three months. Distributed across the web, CBS Radio, and the video screens in Times Square, this series generated millions of views and brand impressions.
AOL Daybreak (AOL.com)
AOL Daybreak was a daily morning show for the web. Amanda served as Head Writer and Producer on the show, which aired every morning on AOL.com at 7am on weekdays. The show featured news of the moment and celebrity interviews.