7 Reasons to Create a Web Series

Everybody’s got to start somewhere, and we here at TVWriter™ are very grateful to ScriptMag.Com for posting  very handy guide to web series creation.

via ScriptMag

Don’t Know How to Start a Web Series? Award-winning web series creator, Rebecca Norris, gives her expert advice in our FREE download! Download Your Free Copy of Creating a Web Series 101 Now!

1. Get your TV pilot idea off the ground.

If you have a TV show idea and can’t get noticed by a network, take your TV pilot and break it into mini episodes of two-minute, bite-sized bits. Season one of your web series is your entire pilot episode! Send the series link out with your one sheet when pitching networks to prove your idea has value. read article

ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY NEWS, WEB VIDEO EDITION – 09/06/19

Music in the podcast provided by:  https://filmmusic.io
“The Builder” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

by TVWriter™ News Service

Found on the interwebs by Timothy Muncher
Interpreted and Reported by Emma, TV Writer.Com’s Artificial Intelligence Intern

Bob Tinsley’s excellent Audio News podcast has inspired Team TVWriter™ to have a go at a Web Video version. To get us past the sad fact that we’re total podcasting noobs, we have enlisted Emma, the trusty A.I. who proofreads and condenses and totally rulez our prose to bring you the latest web tv series news as well.

Here’s what’s happening in the world of fiction video series made for the interwebs, and their creators. read article

‘Mr. Jack’ and the Future of Entertainment/Art

by TVWriter™ Press Service

The French call it; Raison D’être which literally means ‘purpose.’ The phrase is infamous for the associated in philosophical circles with the trial of Socrates, where the question is asked; “Is the life lived sans Raison D’être worth redemption?”

Mr. Jack, a New Media series from writer turned director Mick Lexington takes this age-old question and asks it in the modern-day backdrop of The LES of Manhattan, the last bastion of Bohemianism in New York City, warts and all. read article

Pre-Launch Checklist for Indie Creatives

The official title of the following article is “Pre-Launch Checklist For Your Podcast,” but the steps described below apply to any independent series be it audio, video, film, you-name-it. Save yourself from having to learn these lessons the hard way and enjoy the read.

by Robin Kinnie

There are many ways to prepare for the launch of your podcast. After recording numerous episodes, it’s now your time to shine and share it with the world! But, what should you actually do to ensure a successful launch?

Here’s what I recommend any new podcaster do BEFORE hitting the publish button. read article

Kevin Bacon’s Revolutionary New Gig

When is a TV or web series not a TV or web series?

When it’s an audio series. Erm, a podcast, um…how ’bout we just say when it’s something new, unique, and wonderful like the new fictional comedy series podcast I’m Gonna Be Kevin Bacon, in which some old actor name of Kevin Bacon plays – no, not Kevin Bacon but another old actor called “Randy Beslow,” an angry and embittered actor who lost the starring role in Footloose to Bacon and is riding the trail of revenge.

Or, as Kevin Bacon himself put it last week: read article