How to Pitch to Development Executives, with Television Development Executive Marla White – Workshop at CBS Radford Studios

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Hi everyone,

Here’s a great seminar on how to

PITCH TO DEVELOPMENT

EXECUTIVES – with television development

executive Marla White.

A not-to-be-missed event for

writers, producers, agents and

managers, directors, actors,

editors, creative types, or ANYONE who

wants to know about pitching for television!

As always, there’s a great

discount for INFOLIST.com

details are below!

Good luck, have a great day, and

don’t forget to dream big!

-Jeff

Jeffrey R. Gund INFOLIST.com KICKSTARTinfolist.com Follow INFOLIST on Twitter Like INFOLIST on Facebook Join Our Facebook Group ______________________________

THE INDUSTRY

WORKSHOPS

presents

HOW

TO

PITCH TO DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVES

WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO SAY

TO SELL YOUR PROJECT with

TELEVISION DEVELOPMENT

EXECUTIVE

MARLA

WHITE

SATURDAY, February 11th,

2017

9am – 12 noon

at

CBS Radford

Studios

4024 Radford

Avenue

Studio City, CA 91604

Who should attend:

Writers,

producers, agents and managers,

directors, actors,

editors, creative types, or ANYONE who

wants to know about pitching for television!

There are over 500 scripted programs

being made for broadcast, cable, and digital formats.  The

opportunities to get your idea for a series made seem endless, but it’s also a

double-edged sword.

To stand out and be recognized in

such a crowded market place, you need more than a great

idea; you need a foolproof pitch to bring your series clearly and

vividly to life for any producer, network, or studio executive who hears

it.

This workshop will get down to the

brass tacks of how to pitch your series idea like a seasoned

pro. It’s a little bit art, a little bit science, and definitely a

skill anyone can learn given the right tools.

Ideas this workshop will cover

include:

*  Loglines

– their importance and how to write one

*  What buyers are looking

for in a pitch

*  Character vs. story beats

– which are more important?

*  Structuring your pitch

for maximum affect

*  What to say – and not say

– in a meeting

*  What happens to your

pitch after you leave the room

By the end of this workshop, you’ll

know:

*

 The key elements to successfully translating your idea into an attention-getting

pitch

*  How to sell yourself as

well as your idea

*  How to talk about your

pitch in terms of the pilot and beyond

PLUS – this will be a great

networking event to meet other industry professionals!

SPECIAL DISCOUNT

FOR INFOLIST.com!! Be sure to use discount

code INFOLIST when you

register at the link below, and get 15% OFF!! That’s

just $34 (normally $40!) for a morning with a top industry

professional!

REGISTER

NOW:

We will fill up fast – be sure to use your

discount code INFOLIST to get

your discount when you register at: www.theindustryworkshops.com/545

Requirements: Bring something to take

notes.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

Marla White is a

television development executive with years of experience in shepherding series

and movies to the small screen including the current WGN hit

show, “Outsiders,” and “The Jim

Gaffigan Show” for TV Land.  After

hearing hundreds of mind numbing pitches over the years that successfully

torpedoed what might have otherwise been marketable ideas, she has become

determined teach writers what executives are looking for when you walk in the

room.

REGISTER

NOW:

We will fill up fast – be sure to use your

discount code INFOLIST to get

your discount when you register at: www.theindustryworkshops.com/545

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