1. The TV Pilot: Your Must Have Calling Card

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    Whether you’re a new or seasoned TV writer, you need at least one original pilot in your portfolio that shows your voice, your passion and brand of humor, and your sensibility. A panel of widely-produced one-hour drama and sitcom writers lays out how you can tap into your own “TV taste” to develop a Big Idea that’s a solid franchise capable of generating 80 to 100 episodes; create fresh, original characters; and pitch your show to networks and studios with style. Panelists: Phil Kellard, David Chambers, Julie Chambers, Richard Manning, and Joel Anderson Thompson

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    • Business of Show: Behind the Scenes Ep 1

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      FREQUENCY PLUG A Frequency TV Production. www.FrequencyTV.COM Produced by Frequency TV at Columbia College Chicago in conjunction with TV department. Check out our page on Frequency TV. Twitter: @FrequencyTV www.colum.edu www.colum.edu/Academics/Television

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      • Pamela Ribon Interview

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        This is an entertaining radio interview I did with best-selling author, TV writer, roller derby girl, professional silly person and pop culture princess, Pamela Ribon (pamie.com). Pamela shares how to make it as a writer in Hollywood and the world. Learn more about me and see my work at: cheshercat.com

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        • Episode #004 Screenwriters get Personal - Dan Watanabe

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          Hans-Peter Zimmermann (http://www.hpz-usa.com) is a Swiss non-fiction bestselling author, commuting between Gstaad, Switzerland, and Orange County, California. His web show "Screenwriters get Personal" features screenwriters and industry experts who are willing to talk about the most fascinating story there is—the story of their own life. In the fourth episode, his guest is Dan Watanabe, a professor at Los Angeles Valley College. Having been a development executive for many years, Dan has an incredible knowledge of the industry, and an unsurpassed passion for story. No wonder he is one of the most popular teachers in town! This series is also available as an audio podcast on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1clqHVw

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          • Woods Hole TV Writers Symposium, 2011

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            Highlights of a meeting held in Woods Hole this weekend as part of the Woods Hole Film Festival.

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            • Les Anderson - Demo Reel

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              Sample reel include clips from nationally distributed documentaries, news programs, wildlife programs and cultural features produced by Les Anderson, owner of Red Sail Productions

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