"Written in New York": A New Blog from WGAE
August 9, 2012
Television writing started in New York. People who wrote films, or plays, or books found a new medium through which to tell stories and move audiences. Over time, the TV industry moved westward, but there are still hundreds of New Yorkers who write great comedy/variety, episodic, public affairs, news and other programs, and we want to celebrate their work.
WGAE's new blog, WRITTEN IN NEW YORK, features essays about the New York writer's life from: Eleanor Bergstein, Alice Childress, Nora Ephron, Elliott Kalan, Zoe Lister-Jones and Jeremy Pikser.