Welcome Back, Brotter
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Welcome Back, Brotter is a television series broadcast on buTV10 on Boston University's campus. The comedy show surrounds the adventures of two star-crossed college roommates who are on the quest for popularity in their big city school.
11Creative Productions, which produces the show, also won the Grand Prize in Boston University's "Your Take" Short Film Festival in 2009.
Welcome Back, Brotter is produced by 11Creative Productions. The company's name derives from the place where the producers met: 11C, the College of Communication floor (Floor 11) of Warren Towers' Shields Tower (Tower C).
In 2009, when 11Creative was founded, the production company started producing Welcome Back, Brotter as a webseries. The first webisode was written by John Sanderson (the director and editor) with Paul Ryan and Cody Brotter (the original co-stars).
In 2011, the three became Executive Producers when buTV10 picked up the webseries as a televised production. Equipped with more than 20 Production Assistants, the show currently airs on-campus on Channel 10, which reaches nearly 30,000 students and 10,000 faculty members. All episodes and satirical promos are also available and free online.
The television debut of Welcome Back, Brotter was the subject of an article in BU Today by New York Times Magazine writer Susan Segilson.Bostonia magazine selected the feature as one of their Web Exclusives.
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