This guide for students and writers provides tips on writing for all TV genres, from sit-coms to reality shows. In addition to writing tips, the book gives advice on networking with industry insiders, getting an agent, and landing a job. It includes many examples of scripts excerpts and many quotes from real-life TV writers, agents, and studio executives. Entire sections are devoted to how Hollywood works, how to create original series, and how to write comedy, prime time drama, and made-for-TV movies. This second edition contains new chapters on writing for the tween market and writing for late night, plus new material on pilots, webisodes, and pitching. There is updated info on competitions and festivals, along with 25 new interviews with writers and producers of current TV shows. Also new is a companion website with a blog, Q&A discussion forum, and other resources. Annotation ‚àö‚Ä¢¬¨¬©2014 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
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