The A-B-C's of Writing for TV - 2014 Screenwriters World Conference Session
At a Glance
A, B and C plots, cliffhangers, commercial placement, and teasers. Television writing has a language all its own and a structure that can vary by show and by network. Whether you are writing a half-hour sitcom or a television drama with a series arc, you must know the principles that apply to television writing in general and the show you are specing in particular. Learn the rules, how to apply them, and when to break them in this informative session on structure.
- Screenwriter D.C. Fontana
- Screenwriter Laurie Scheer
- Screenwriter Tim Meltreger
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Meet the Author: William Rabkin
Veteran TV writer/showrunner has written and/or produced more than 300 hours of dramatic television. He is a professor of television and screenwriting and producing at the University of California, Riverside-Palm Desert and Long Island University Brooklyn, and has recently worked on superhero series and movies in China. He is currently creating and writing a TV series for a major Chinese movie star in Beijing.