Program Packaging for the Web: The Writer's New Frontier
November 11, 2009
Join fellow WGAE members and television/web packaging agent Jim Arnoff in a highly interactive workshop on the insider's take on creating, developing, packaging and selling programming to the web.
How real is this market? Can you really make money and if so, how? What's the best way to position your pitch? This workshop will identify the true opportunities, the real players and how web programming differs from selling anywhere else.
Jim Arnoff is a television/web packaging agent representing New York production companies in developing and selling original programming to the networks and new media. He is an entertainment lawyer and certified life/career coach to the entertainment industry. Jim worked at the William Morris Agency as both an in-house lawyer and packaging agent. He leads workshops for the Producers Guild of America, East and West; National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences; Writers Guild of America, East; American Women in Radio & Television; HBO; Women in Animation; Time Warner; New York Women in Film & Television, and MTV Networks. Jim is a faculty member of the School of Visual Arts/Animation Department , New York Film Academy and FIT.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
6:00 – 8:00 pm
The workshop will be held at the Writers Guild, East offices (555 West 57 Street, 12th floor).
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited and attendance is on a first-come, first serve basis.