Television has a new home: The Internet. It’s the Wild West of series production, where pioneers are making their own laws and attracting huge audiences.
From one of television’s most successful writer/producers, Byte-Sized Television is the only book that shows you how to create your own Internet TV series and reach audiences in the millions. Based on the author’s groundbreaking courses at one of America’s top film schools, this entertaining guide takes the aspiring filmmaker step-by-step through the entire creative process of writing and producing a short-form Internet TV series.
“Outstanding guidance, advice and inspiration for anyone who wants to make a web series.”
— Joel Surnow, Emmy-winning co-creator and executive producer of 24
“Ross Brown walks readers through every step of making their own Sanctuary or We Need Girlfriends — from creating a fresh concept, to buying the right cameras and editing equipment.”
— Chad Gervich, writer/producer: Foody Call, Wipeout, Speeders, Reality Binge; author: Small Screen, Big Picture: A Writer’s Guide to the TV Business
“Here are the four essentials to making a webisode: a camera, performers, editing, and this book.”
— Frank Chindamo, President and Chief Creative Officer of FunLittleMovies.com
ROSS BROWN has written for and produced some of the most successful TV series of all time, including The Cosby Show, Who’s the Boss?, and Step By Step. He has created primetime series for ABC, CBS, and the WB. Ross teaches at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University, one of the top film schools in the country, where he created the groundbreaking ‘Byte-Sized Television’ courses.