Writing for television is like writing in 3-D. In addition to the visual elements that will be shown on screen (interviewee, background, the subject being passive), you also have to consider the sound (music, sound bites, narration) that is playing in the background. These things have to support the greater story that you are telling and they are constantly changing throughout the story. These are stories that I helped to write and produce while I was an intern at WSB-TV in Atlanta.
Skills: Television Production, Interviews, Story Crafting, Visual Conception, Auditory Conception
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This is a script/package that shows how I bring the elements together in the production of a segment.
Skills: Television Production, Story Crafting, Interviews, Visual Conception, Auditory Conception
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