SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Revonti Entertainment Network is a brand new online digital streaming site that brings filmmakers and audiences closer by providing series-based content to its viewers. Its unique approach to content streaming allows it to partner with creators and filmmakers who are in the beginning stages of their careers. Revonti accepts content submissions, much like Amazon Studios, but its producers look specifically for content with episodic potential that will help filmmakers build a professional portfolio. Revonti provides content creators and filmmakers the tools and personnel they need to create high quality, professional level work, including professional camera operators, access to a world class production team and post production studios. Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161130/444167LOGO "It's a way to give young and upcoming filmmakers a chance to build a portfolio and be creative, without having to worry about the major logistics," said Mathew Jensen, founder of Revonti. Jensen has been in the film and television industry for almost 10 years. He said he wants to give filmmakers a start that they might not otherwise have. "It's one of the most competitive industries in the world, and it doesn't matter what stage [filmmakers] are at — we want to give them a chance." Revonti will launch its website on January 1, 2017, with series release dates starting in March and continuing throughout the year. Access to the site is free, and anyone can watch episodes and content with ads. Revonti offers an ad-free subscription, which includes exclusive access to hundreds of hours of behind-the-scenes footage for $3 a month. Created by a conglomerate of investors and equity partners, this network is looking to finalize funding for production development and studio expansion. It is currently utilizing Indiegogo, one of the world's largest crowdfunding sites, to raise the necessary funds to complete this network. Supporters can contribute by visiting www.revonti.com. Revonti wants its audiences to celebrate great TV. Its founders believe television plays such a large role in people's life that it should be entertaining and worthwhile. Join them in bringing this network to life.