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Online Script Writing Course
Learn from a veteran TV comedy writer how to write professional sitcom scripts and how to break into show business. In this six-week online course, you'll discover the artistic and technical considerations that go into making a great sitcom script. You'll master the art of creating concise, sparkling dialogue and telling your story completely through jokes. You'll get easy-to-follow instructions for using sitcom characters to their fullest, creating powerful storylines, and selling your ideas to existing shows.
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Gotham Writers' Workshop is the largest and most comprehensive private creative writing school in New York City and online. Ten-week, six-week, four-week, and one-day workshops are offered.

Writing Brush-up
This course provides a writing refresher; or beginning to basic course for understanding: the elemental components of sentences, how to write clear sentences, focused paragraphs; and important beginning writing formats, such as five paragraph essays, stories (free-written and structured), as well as academic term papers. The course consists of six lessons: Introduction, Making Sentences, Building Paragraphs, Writing a Five Paragraph Essay, How to Write a Story, and How to Write a Term Paper.

Online Script Writing Course - Leads to ExpertRating Online Script Writing Certification. Learn from a veteran TV comedy writer how to write professional sitcom scripts and how to break into show business. In this six-week online course, you'll discover the artistic and technical considerations that go into making a great sitcom script. You'll master the art of creating concise, sparkling dialogue and telling your story completely through jokes. You'll get easy-to-follow instructions for using sitcom characters to their fullest, creating powerful storylines, and selling your ideas to existing shows.

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Vault Guide to Television Writing Careers
Television has been called everything from "the global village" to "the idiot box;" its presence and influence in our lives assessed as simultaneously overpowering and underutilized, and its original, scripted programming, no matter how good, rarely seems to get the respect it deserves. But television's power as a universal storytelling medium remains unparalleled. Today, more people are trying to be television writers now than ever before. With a methodical approach, some discipline, and a healthy dose of luck, you can realize your goal of becoming a professional television writer.

 

Writing the TV Spec Script

Television is no longer the ugly stepsister of the entertainment industry. Of writers making money in show biz, the Writers Guild of America reports that 30% more earn their income from television than from features. With expanding markets in network, cable, and syndication, the trend is likely to continue. But while television may look like film shoe-horned into a small, black box, in reality it's a unique medium with rules of its own.

 

 

 

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