How To Pitch To A Network – With Chris Levinson

Get the real scoop on the world of television writing from an accomplished writer and producer

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In this video, Nat Mundel sits down with writer Chris Levinson, whose résumé includes shows like Party of Five, Dawson’s Creek, and Law & Order.

In the big world of entertainment, you can’t just rely on luck to get your script sold—you have to be prepared with a pitch at any time when opportunity knocks. Levinson discusses all this and more, including the ins and outs of how a real writer’s room works and what it takes to get into one.

If you missed this video before, now’s the time to make sure you have all the information you need to succeed!


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