The new “Veronica Mars” movie is perhaps the most high-profile Kickstarter success story to date.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Assist. Sheriff Todd Rogers, and new host of “Crime Stoppers Southern California Case Files” Johnny Messner stopped by KCAL9 Friday to tell viewers about the revamped TV show and their Kickstarter project.
A 24-year-old Manhattan Beach man has come up with a new twist on a very old tool.
A Hollywood actor and musician who played guitar live during an “awake” brain procedure in May is crowd-funding his first album before he goes under the knife again.
Ellen and Michel Shane lost their daughter, Emily, the evening of April 3, 2010.
Vangsness is currently working on a new film, “Kill Me Deadly,” a 1940’s style film noir dark comedy. Kirsten has been using Kickstarter, a program that helps fund creative projects, to help raise money for the film.
When Rob Thomas created a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for a “Veronica Mars” movie he never imagined he would raise nearly three times the $2 million he was looking for from eager fans.
“Veronica Mars” fans just bought themselves a big-screen version of the cult favorite TV series.
Cash-strapped families are embracing the concept of “crowdfunding” to meet the financial challenges that may result when a loved one is diagnosed with a medical condition.