I've had the pleasure of working with Pete Goldfinger, one of the talented scribes behind the film JIGSAW of the SAW franchise (and many, many more studio and indie feature films and TV shows)! I was talking with him recently and he's embarking on an exciting journey as the writer/creator for a CW Seed show, which is a new frontier for him as a screenwriter/creator.
The best part? He wanted to share his experience with the Stage 32 community.
For those who may not know, the CW has expanded into online digital content with their CW Seed Channel, as we are seeing many brands do. As Pete goes through his journey on writing and creating online content, he's going to vlog for the Stage 32 community.
Today he'll be going over his 8 Rules For Creating Online Content, as well as how to overcome the challenges of creating one.
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