iWebSeries International Web Series Festival
iWebSeries International Web Series Festival
February 04, 2011 and February 05, 2011
Spring 2011 - Dates posted in next couple of weeks

Pitch Your Idea! Panel
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm (TBA)  Friday February 4th, 2011
with author Ross Brown of “Byte-Sized Television: Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet”

Meet Ross Brown in person! Special limited quantity book signing and sale following the panel!

Ross Brown began his writing career on NBC's award-winning comedy series The Cosby Show. He went on to write and produce such hit TV shows as The Facts of Life, Who's the Boss? and Step by Step. He has created primetime series for ABC, CBS, and the WB. His play Hindsight received two staged readings at the Pasadena Playhouse in July 2007. His short play Field of Vision was performed in Chicago at the Appetite Theater's Bruschetta 2008 festival.


Stop dreaming of selling your TV series to the studios, and start creating it online. New book shows you how.

There is a revolution in TV-one that is creating undreamed-of opportunities for both aspiring and established filmmakers. BYTE-SIZED TELEVISION: CREATE YOUR OWN TV SERIES ON THE INTERNET by Ross Brown (Michael Wiese Productions, March 2011, paperback) is your handbook to it. In it you'll find everything you need to know to get your Internet TV series up and running and potentially reach millions of viewers.

Gone are the days when you had to scramble for the rare chance to pitch your show to a studio exec; and no longer do you need studio backing for distribution. "On the Internet, with dozens of hosting sites open to all, there are no gatekeepers to tell you why you can't do what you know you can, and virtually no limits to the size of the audience," says Brown. Maybe that's why The Cohen brothers, Jerry Zucker, and other respected filmmakers are now creating content for the Web. In BYTE-SIZED TELEVISION you'll learn how to join their ranks.

  • How writing for Internet TV differs from writing for broadcast TV;
  • How Internet TV is removing the gatekeepers to creative expression and why this is great for both amateurs and professional writers and filmmakers;
  • How to write a series character that will make people want to return to your show;
  • The Internet TV series' that you should be watching and learning from;
  • The pilot and beyond: Everything you need to know to write and produce Webisodes;
  • What you need to know about marketing and publicizing your Internet TV series;
  • A primer on the best Web sites to host your series;
  • The lowdown on what equipment you'll need.

Our mission is to get your project exposure with distributors, audiences and peers.

EXPOSURE is what you want! Getting accepted to the first ever international web series film festival will give your project the attention it needs. Not to mention, winning an award will boost your exposure even more! Submit for a chance to get your project in front of distributors and go home an Award Winner!

If you have questions, send us an email (info [at] iwebseries.com) and we will try to reply as quickly as we can.

Thank you for your support of the emerging web series community!
~iWebSeries Festival Team

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