An incredible worldwide opportunity comes from the great white North of Canada. Subgenres, a streaming TV service through Roku goes on air October 1st. There is the potential to attract 50 million viewers worldwide through this new steampunk channel! Subgenres will also be available on YouTube, and their website, Subgenres.net
Subgenres is the creation of longtime steampunk author, actress, and producer/director, Natasha Klassen.
Natasha started Subgenres as a website a few years ago, and with a background in television and media, is bringing the Subgenres concept to a streaming service.
Klassens tells the Journal, “We understand the many creatives have produced content for YouTube and may not have the traditional length of videos for television. This is fine with us, we won’t turn away great content if it is not traditional television show length.”
A full line up is in the works. “We accept music videos, concerts, pilots, short films, feature films, television series, and we are also accepting news tips/information, festival/con/event information for our weekly news report The Monocle that will be broadcast every Monday evening. All submissions for our news report must be in by Sunday 9pm.”
Subgenres is looking for content. Submissions shoul be sent to:
As long as the content meet these criteria, submissions will be considered:
No Modern Politics
All content must meet Television Broadcast Copyright
They accept MP4 files at H.265
For information about our new Streaming Television Network go to: https://www.facebook.com/subgenres
Full disclosure: I’m pleased to announce, that I, The Countess, will be supplying content to this new endeavor and look forward to seeing you all there. As always, thank you for reading, –Victoria
Victoria L. Szulc is a multi-media Steampunk/Science Fiction/Fantasy artist/writer working her on seventh and eighth Steampunk novels and various other projects. She is currently reworking her whole catalog, to be
re-released worldwide late 2021. In 2019, Victoria made St. Louis Magazine’s A-List in the People’s Choice Author category and won a Stephen Memorial Award for her illustrations in “Cecilia’s Tail” by Debbie Manber Kupfer. You can follow her works at mysteampunkproject.wordpress.com