In today’s ever-evolving TV business and market, figuring out how and where to sell your “product” can be confusing. How do you come up with an idea? And once you’ve settled on an idea, then what are the next steps? Producers, development executives, directors and writers will all benefit from learning about the development process for a TV show. Course topics include how to come up with ideas, how to give notes, how to create writer lists, how attachments such as show runners, producers, talent, directors effect your project; how to assess the TV marketplace, what is a ‘sizzle reel’ and how to do make one? And finally, yet extremely important, how to effectively pitch your idea. The course goal is to equip you with the knowledge necessary to successfully go from an idea for a TV series to getting it sold.
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TV Development Guide
How an IDEA becomes a TV show
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