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Dr. Ande's Writers' Radio: Writing for TV

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People think that writing for television and film is the same but on the contrary both the industries are vastly different. The main elements of the television industry are network, studios and production companies. Writers are basically hired by a studio to write for a particular network or channel. They even have the rights to sell the material elsewhere. This material is then used by the production companies to bring the script into action.

On today's episode we'll be exploring how to make a living as a television writer.

If you would like more information on screen writing or writing or broadcast visit our sponsors at www.cenotaphstudios.com.

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