Rebecca Norris recaps the best web series advice from over the past year to propel writers towards a productive 2016.
On the heels of her recent web series talk on #Scriptchat, Rebecca Norris dives in further to get your burning web series questions answered.
Rebecca Norris dishes with ISA founder/producer Roger Newcomb on what he looks for in submissions, and tips for success in web series festivals.
Writing partners, actors and executive producers of CW's 'Significant Mother' Erin Cardillo and Richard Keith sit down with Script to discuss their success and offer advice to writers breaking into TV.
Rebecca Norris encourages busy writers to avoid burnout, step off the hamster wheel, assess their progress, and set new goals for the rest of the year.
Rebecca Norris gives workable strategies on getting press for your web series with some do-it-yourself PR.
Rebecca Norris interviews Tammy Lynn of Spotlight PR, about how publicists go about getting press for a web series and creating buzz for content creators.
So you’ve crystallized your concept, teased out your themes, created compelling characters, mapped out your marketing, ascertained your audience, and have a preliminary plan for marketing and branding. (I tried to alliterate the last bit, but to no avail.) Now… finally… you can WRITE! But wait! (There’s more!) There’s still several things...
Jane Espenson has written for some of the best shows on TV (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Game of Thrones), and for highly anticipated ones (Once Upon a Time on ABC). So why’s she turning her attention to the web?