On Monday night, Dodge College launched its brand new course, The New Era of Television, on the Sony Pictures lot with an amazing panel of some of today’s most influential people in entertainment. The panel included Sony Pictures Television President Steve Mosko, Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos, and AMC Networks COO Ed Carroll. The
Professor Ross Brown, resident TV guru and writing for the web expert, recently sat down with reporter Gina Hall from the L.A. Business Journal, to discuss the importance of visual web content. Below is a byte-sized portion of the article. Read the full article on L.A. Biz’s website. If visual web content is our destiny,
Creativity is a blend of inspiration and perspiration – a marriage of innate creativity with mastery of craft, discipline, and plain old hard work. Students Professor Ross Brown’s in FTV 328 got a taste of this in class on Thursday. After outlining the basics of story structure and walking the students through examples of the
It’s only the end of the first week of Spring Semester, but Chapman TV students are already off to a great start.
For the third year in a row, a TV pilot written, produced, directed and created by Chapman students has been nominated as Outstanding Drama at the prestigious New York Television Festival.
Chapman TV students are already finding success in high places!
Fun video of actress Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (Kelly Kapowski) taking a crack at directing in the Fox news Channel control room–she's in good hands–both guys to her right are Dodge College TV alums, Director, John Duber (class of 2000) and Tech Director, Scotty Anderson (class of 2002). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60g0bFQc7CU&feature=player_embedded Our goal remains total domination–so hosts are next!
Another exciting (exclusive!) opportunity for TV Club members!
Here’s an excerpt from an interview I gave recently, visit WriteOnLine.com to read the whole interview: Author Q&A: Ross Brown, “Byte-Sized Television” April 26th, 2011 in Author Q&A by Debra Eckerling Ross Brown is the author of Byte Sized TV: Create Your Own TV Series for the Internet, published by Michael Wiese Productions. He has
The Prime Time TV Club held its annual “Foot in the Door” night where five recent alums told students the inside story on how to land that all-important first job in film or TV.