WGAW Career Longevity Special Event

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by TVWriter™ Press Service

What can we say but “These guys are giants!?” This looks to be the most valuable evening of the year for WGAW members and non-members alike. TVWriter™ heartily recommends it. Hey, maybe we’ll see you there?

WHY HOLLYWOOD A-LISTERS ARE FLOCKING TO TV

The showbiz paradigm probably has changed more in the last year and a half than in the preceding decade. And we owe it all to the fact that TV isn’t merely TV anymore. Witnesseth:

true-detectiveby Christine Persaud

Flip on your television any given day, and you might think you tuned into a feature film. The once-held stigma read more

A New Approach to TV Diversity

These days, diversity representation in and on TV is a huge issue, on which many experts, mayvens, stars, et al have weighed in. Time now for a word from somebody we respect even more: A genuine member of that very diverse population known as…the audience!

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John Ostrander: You/Not You

You-Not-Youby John Ostrander

One of the interesting facets of talking about writing is the contradictions you find in the craft. For example: All your characters are you. All your characters are not you.

All of your characters are you.

Every character you write must have some of you in it. All of them. Not just the ones you like read more

Have TV & Film Already Merged?

Of course they have. You just have to be a member of the “VR Generation” to see it! Here’s what we mean:

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For the VR generation, the differences between TV and movies may already be irrelevant
by Steven Zeitchik

The upcoming crime drama “The Night Of” would seem like a prototypical cable show — commissioned by HBO, airing for eight episodes, designed as summer appointment read more