Storyboard TV

by on Feb.05, 2010, under television

A friend emailed to ask me to help promote something, so here goes:

Storyboard TV, an online community of scriptwriters, producers, and tv enthusiasts, launched its website this week with a script competition awarding $5,000 to the writer with the best pilot for a television drama. At storyboardtv.com, writers can share scripts for original shows with their potential audience members, while soliciting feedback and gauging enthusiasm for their story. Membership to Storyboard TV is free and open to all, and all members will be able to read, critique, and vote on their favorite pilots.

More about Storyboard TV:
Storyboard TV believes in the power of the television drama to document, enhance, and transform people’s lives for the better. Storyboard TV’s mission is to move show selection and pre-production away from the networks and directly to the web. Established in 2009, Storyboard TV endeavors to cultivate new writers and TV scripts, to nurture the connection between the scriptwriter and the fan, and to shepherd new television drama into production during the Internet age.


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