Revised! Updated! Wow!
Written by Larry Brody, a writer-producer with 40 years of experience in every aspect of television (yep, that’s me, Mr. Ubiquitous), Television Writing from the Inside Out is a true Insider’s Guide that offers his unique expertise and an outlook that’s the direct result of having written and produced almost 1000 hours of television of all types, from daytime serials to animated children’s series to syndicated, cable, and U.S. and European network primetime series, pilots, and Movies of the Week.
(Hey, I said “ubiquitous,” didn’t I?)
This book examines the entire procedure not only creatively but in terms of how television actually operates. TV as a medium is both creative and commercial, but this really isn’t a fact to be bemoaned. Instead, Television Writing from the Inside Out shows how to make the situation work for you by using creative elements for commercial ends–and commercial elements for creative ones. In fact, it’s so practical that it tells you what neighborhoods to live in when you move to L.A., how to dress, even what kind of car to drive.
Script Magazine has given Television Writing from the Inside Out an unqualified rave review. And that’s just for starters.
The new, Kindle version of Television Writing from the Inside Out is updated and revised and can be read on all PC and Macs via Kindle’s Cloud Reader, just like a PDF.
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