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    Writing for Television - Part 2: Ways In, Etc. Now Up
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    http://www.dvxuser.com/articles/article.php/18

    Following up on Part 1, Part 2 covers the business side of things -- including overviews of paths to take to get into the business. Many valuable resources linked within the article -- check it out!
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    More good stuff David. Excellent summary.

    Cool of Jane to help you out on this, I recognized bits and pieces from her blog. If anyone is interested in writing for TV or writing in general they would be well served to read every single post over there. It's too bad that she stopped updating it but there's plenty o' writing tidbits to be had in the archives.

    http://www.janeespenson.com/

    also Alex Epstein's (Crafty Screenwriting/TV Writing) blog at

    http://complicationsensue.blogspot.com/


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    She was very cool about the entire thing, and took lots of time out to critique and advise while I wrote the articles. She loves writing for TV and thinks helping others to learn is very important.
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    These articles are an amazing in depth look at Writing for TV. I have never run across anything so complete concerning TV writing. I recommend these articles to anyone who wants to write for television. I was looking for this information a few weeks ago, with no luck, before I submitted a pilot for the Fox competition. Thanks for writing this.


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