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Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet

Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet
Your Price: $33.95 CDN
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Author: Ross Brown
Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 251
Pub. Date: 2014
Edition: 2nd
ISBN-10: 1615931686
ISBN-13: 9781615931682

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About the Book:

Want to make your own web series but don’t know where to start? A first of its kind, Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet is all-in-one guide to creating short-form TV series for the Internet. 

Entertaining and informative at the same time, Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet is one of a number of resources Ross Brown developed for his college courses on Byte-Sized Television. This book guides you from an initial series idea, through writing, production, and uploading and marketing a polished pilot (and successive episodes) of an original Web TV series.

What people say:

"Ross Brown’s book is a must-read for anyone thinking of making a Web series or for anyone who’s already made one, but wants additional insight into the process. It’s absorbing, informative, and a fun read." — Michael Ajakwe Jr., founder and executive director, LAWebfest

"The definitive resource for anyone who has ever dreamed of making their own television series … Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet is essential reading before you pick up the camera." — Stefan Blitz, editor-in-chief, Forces of Geek

"This book is the MapQuest of Web Series Production. You'll never get lost as long as you have it." — Rich Halke, Writer-Producer, board member LAWebfest

About the Author:

Ross Brown has more than 30 years experience in film and television. He began his writing career on The Cosby Show when it was the #1 show on television. He went on to create and produce prime time comedies for ABC, CBS and NBC, and spent six years as head writer on the hit ABC comedy Step By Step. He teaches at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University in Orange, California, where he developed a series of cutting-edge courses on creating TV series for the Internet.