There is no hotter market right now than television. More content is being ordered than ever before. And with streaming networks such as Netflix planning to have 50% original content in their libraries within the next few years, the demand for quality television scripts, products and minds isn't going away any time soon.
But what makes a television show work? What elements are networks, premium channels and streaming platforms looking for? How do you navigate what has quickly become a very crowded market?
By learning from the best, of course.
Stage 32 is beyond proud to introduce an new, timely, important and exclusive Masters of Craft webinar: Writing & Producing Compelling Television in Today’s Market.
Your teacher is 20+ year television veteran, the one and only David Weddle. Over his prolific career, David has been an award winning producer on some of the most famous shows of all time (Battlestar Galactica, CSI, Star Trek: Deep Space 9, The Twilight Zone). Currently, David is an Executive Producer and Writer for The Strain – the highly acclaimed television series created by writer/director Guillermo del Toro, based on his series of best selling novels, co-written with Chuck Hogan. David is working along side one of the most famous and in demand showrunners in the business, Carlton Cuse (Lost, The Leftovers).
As an added bonus, in this exclusive worldwide online event Stage 32’s very own CEO, Richard Botto, a writer and producer himself, will sit down with David and discuss the ins and outs of TV. David will take you into the world and processes of creating quality, compelling television. He will get in depth on how shows get bought and made – from writing to budgeting to casting. In short, you will gain pertinent, usable knowledge and information on writing and producing for TV.
Further, we will have an extensive Q&A session where you can ask David any questions you have.
This is masterful information brought to you by a master of his craft!
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