Writing for Children’s Shows

Writing for Kids’ TV
by Danny Stack

It’s odd that the genre of kids’ TV is often overlooked by screenwriting events, seminars and the so-called gurus. It’s also rare to meet a writer who aspires to write for kids’ TV.

Why is this the case? Perhaps it’s because kids’ TV is for, well, kids. And maybe there’s a misplaced notion that writing for kids must be simple compared to primetime drama or feature films. Or that there’s not much kudos involved in writing for the genre. read article

Taking Back Kickstarter

What’s that, bunky? You say you’re feeling tired, defeated even because media pros like Charlie Kaufman, David Lynch, Paul Schrader, and way too many others are monopolizing Kickstarter and getting the funding you know should have been earmarked for you?

You need to learn how to work it, dude. How to make Kickstarter your bitch. And Michael Cavna and Keith Knight are here to tell you just what to do:

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The Rules of Joke Court

Our not-so-tame Saskatchewanian, Anil, has spent his entire L.A. lifetime in the local comedy club scene. Time now for a short report on  what he’s learned:

by Anil

To save aspiring comedians and comedy writers a lifetime of awkward silence from their sensitive comedy brethren, TVWriter.Com presents the simple rules for navigating the minefield of Joke Court. Take these rules to work-out rooms, smokey patios and dive restaurants full of funny people assured justice will always be served. read article