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Alex and Nick virtually sit down with the decision makers behind the major TV writing programs to get updates on what they’re changing (or keeping) in 2020.
From spec writing samples to new deadlines, we talk shop with Jeanne Mau, who supervises the CBS Writers Mentoring Program, Grace Moss, running the NBC Writers on the Verge Program, and Rebecca Windsor, director of the Warner Bros. Television Writers’ Workshop.
The CBS Writers Mentoring Program in 2020 (00:58)
The NBC Writers on the Verge Program in 2020 (08:27)
The Warner Bros. Television Writers’ Workshop in 2020 (24:26)
CBS Writers Mentoring Program
CBS Entertainment Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) on Twitter
CBS Writers Mentoring Program ft. Jeanne Mau – Inside the TV Writing Programs (PT131)
NBC Writers on the Verge Program
NBCU Talent Programs on Twitter
NBC Writers on the Verge ft. Karen Horne – Inside the TV Writing Programs (PT132)
Warner Bros. Television Writers’ Workshop
WB TV Workshops on Twitter
Warner Bros. Television Writers’ Workshop ft. Rebecca Windsor – Inside the TV Writing Programs (PT133)
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