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Selling a Screenplay

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Script Doctor Eric

Another television writing question answered by TV Consultant JoeyQ: What’s the best genre for a television pilot?Networks and studios love procedurals (crime solving, medical cases, legal cases, etc.) because they allow a close-ended story every week and they repeat extremely well in syndication (e.g. Law

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Script Doctor Eric

Today on Scriptcast, Matt and I discuss the business of screenwriting.We’ll talk about how famous screenwriters have made it, as well as share our stories in the finicky worlds of screenwriting and television writing.Listen live by going to UCLAradio.com at 4pm and clicking “Listen Live.”If

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This week’s Logline Friday winner comes from an emailed logline, yet the winner has a Twitter account.  It’s all very confusing.But nothing is confusing about the logline from winner Elizabeth E!  Check it out:@LizEileenwrites – Sick of dating, an American woman decides to have an arranged