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Something to listen to: TV Writer Podcast

Posted on September 24, 2010 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

In case you haven't come across it yet, the TV Writer Podcast is actually quite a nifty little thing you can listen to when you have a few moments free or are down the gym. Hosted by Canadian TV scriptwriter Gray Jones, it interviews US TV scriptwriters, discusses their programmes, how they write, the nature of the industry, what goes on behind the scenes (did you know that different acts in each Chuck script will often be written by different writers, for example?) and tips about getting into the industry.

While Jones is obviously not a journalist, it's a decent hour talking to people who should get far more attention and who are the main creators of the TV shows we love. Or Eureka and Warehouse 13 in the latest podcast's case:

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