Susan Kouguell speaks with Maria Escobedo about her TV writing career and her new animated children’s show, Elena of Avalor, which recently premiered on the Disney Channel.
Wendy Kram launches her new column, 'The Anatomy of Selling a Script or TV Show in Hollywood,' using her clients as case studies to give key insights into the current marketplace.
Yvonne Grace talks about what makes a successful stories for television and how to structure your creative ideas to make the best impact on screen.
Is your writing safe? Steve Kaire shares advice on how to protect your material from theft.
Ken LaZebnik founded the Stephens College TV & Film Screenwriting MFA, a low residency program based in Hollywood, which develops new female writers.
Since so many of you are currently toiling in supernatural or fantasy films, Ray Morton offers a few tips for crafting better cinefantastique.
Most TV shows are written by staffs, so they're not actively looking for new scripts, writers, or story ideas. But that doesn't mean they never take submissions.
Heather Hale challenges screenwriters to raise the bar and learn all they can about writing a TV series.
Susan Kouguell speaks with Russell Rothberg, Executive VP Drama Department, Universal Television about breaking into television, pitching dos and don’ts, networking, and what his company is seeking.
Staton Rabin's blog drilled down into the shortage of "diversity" in Hollywood movies. In Part 2, she tells you what you as a writer can do about it.