Writers on the Web by Rebecca Norris

Writers On the Web strives to empower writers to create their own work by demystifying the web series production process, from development through distribution. The column also provides inspiration and insight through interviews with writers and producers, both established and new.

Writers On The Web: Staying Out of the Money Trap

Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! It happens when you least expect it. You’re in the last days or weeks of production, everything’s going along swimmingly, and then… some things you never thought would be a problem start to go wrong. Before you know it, your leg is fully ensnared...

Writers on the Web: Dealing With Difficult Personalities On Set

If you’re producing your own work, becoming adept at dealing with difficult personalities is an invaluable (and often hard-earned) skill. Most people you hire will be wonderful collaborators who give their all to help you realize your dream. And if you’ve done your due diligence during pre-production and met every single person you’ll...

Writers on the Web: 5 Tips for Your Web Series Production

You finally made it. All that work in development and pre-production (and a year’s worth of articles on the subject!) and we’re finally here, your first day of production on your web series! Now is when the hard work you (hopefully) did in pre-production will pay off, and you’ll be grateful for...

Writers on the Web: Interview with Brian Beacock, Creator of Web Series “Acting Dead”

Actor, writer, producer, and musician Brian Beacock exemplifies the can-do, go-getting, nothing’s-gonna-stand-in-my-way attitude that I love about web series creators. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Beacock moved to Los Angeles after completing the the National Tour of Les Miserables, and has since created a diverse career in voiceover (over...