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Jan 31, 2016

Television Outreach Program

CONTEST DESCRIPTION

The Television Outreach Program (TOP) is a Scriptwriters Network program to support undiscovered television writing talent. The program’s objective is to help writers improve their craft so that they may achieve their goals of obtaining representation, script development, mentoring and career counseling services, landing writing assignments, and/or selling their work.

PRIZES

  • Scripts will be eligible to be read by industry professionals including studio executives, production companies, agents and managers based on their request from interest in the logline and genre.
  • Receive a one year membership or renewal to the Scriptwriters Network (SWN).
  • InkTip Script Listing:  A listing of your script on InkTip so that producers and reps can find you.

Categories:
GENRES: Action, Adventure, Animation, Biography, Children, Comedy, Crime, Drama, Family, Fantasy, Historical, Horror, Mystery/Suspense, Romance, Science Fiction, Thriller, Western

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Rules

ELIGIBILITY and ENTRY RULES:

  1. TOP is open to both SWN members and non-members who are 18 years of age or older.
  2. SPEC SCRIPTS for half-hour or one-hour network or cable series in production as of the entry deadline are eligible.
  3. Pilot scripts for original series are also eligible. All scripts must be wholly original works of the writer or writing team.
  4. Electronic submissions must be posted by midnight on the entry deadline.
  5. Do NOT put your name or contact information anywhere on the script or title page you submit. Personal information should only be included in the entry form, so that scripts remain anonymous.
  6. Submissions that do not meet the full requirements will be disqualified.

SUBMITTING SCRIPTS:

To submit scripts to TOP, please click the "Enter Contest" button at the top of this page and follow the directions on the following page.

FAQs

None added. Contact contest admin for details.
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Rules

ELIGIBILITY and ENTRY RULES:

  1. TOP is open to both SWN members and non-members who are 18 years of age or older.
  2. SPEC SCRIPTS for half-hour or one-hour network or cable series in production as of the entry deadline are eligible.
  3. Pilot scripts for original series are also eligible. All scripts must be wholly original works of the writer or writing team.
  4. Electronic submissions must be posted by midnight on the entry deadline.
  5. Do NOT put your name or contact information anywhere on the script or title page you submit. Personal information should only be included in the entry form, so that scripts remain anonymous.
  6. Submissions that do not meet the full requirements will be disqualified.

SUBMITTING SCRIPTS:

To submit scripts to TOP, please click the "Enter Contest" button at the top of this page and follow the directions on the following page.

FAQs

None added. Contact contest admin for details.

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Please check our calendar for additional upcoming events not listed above.

Speaker Series 2nd Saturday of every month at various venues around Los Angeles, CA.

Seminar Series 3rd Saturday of every month at CBS Studio Center, Studio City, CA.

Showbiz Series 4th Saturday of every month at various venues around Los Angeles, CA.

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Phase One: Two readers will evaluate your script and provide written feedback analyzing structure, story development, characterization, dialogue, format, as well as overall impressions. If recommended by two readers, the script will advance to Phase Two.

Phase Two: Details of scripts that receive a double recommend from Phase One will be forwarded to our list of agents, managers and producers.

The Scriptwriters Network reserves the right to publicize the writer’s name and selected script.

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