THE WeWork & EMC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME FOR ‘RUNNING SHOWS’
NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATION
Together with our partner WeWork we are excited to announce the new scholarship programme for the RUNNING SHOWS MASTER CLASS in New York from October 22-25, 2015.
The scholarship is awarded to one outstanding candidate who has demonstrated a commitment to a career in the entertainment industry and have a proven track record and the support of their peers. In order to be eligible to enter the selection process for the WeWork & EMC scholarship, each applicant must submit a completed application including
- A curriculum vitae (CV) summarising the candidate’s work experience, professional achievements and career objectives in the English language;
- The completed and signed application form for the WeWork & EMC Scholarship “Running Shows”.
The application deadline is October 14, 2015.
HOW TO APPLY
Those interested in applying for the scholarship please contact Rebecca Roth at email@example.com, mentioning ‘WeWork Scholarship’. The scholarship covers the tuition fees only. For more info on the application process and selection criteria, please contact us.
MASTER CLASS #3 2015 – “RUNNING SHOWS”
Orchestrating your Show From Scratch To Screen.
“Showrunners are ‘Hyphenates’ – a curious hybrid of starry-eyed artists and tough-as-nails operational managers. It’s one of the most unusual and demanding, right-brain/left-brain job descriptions in the entertainment world.”
This master class explores the showrunner’s essential skills from running productions as a business while balancing the delivery of the creative content to the highest standards; manage creative teams, control budgets, make decisions in split seconds, navigate stakeholder interests and win audiences to secure re-commissions.
Every day focuses on a different genre to understand and appreciate the different creative dynamics and business challenges. Learn directly from the leading practitioners: HOW TO MAKE THE SHOW & HOW TO MAKE THE MONEY.
Previous Topics Included
- Trendwatch: What’s Hot on TV & Online
- Science of Formats: Unlocking the Formula of TV Formats
- Game Shows: You Have the Gig! Now Fix It!
- Reality: Running Shows That Are Runaway Hits
- Comedy: Welcome To The Writers Room
- Drama: Developing & Producing Serial Shows
- Sports: Planning & Running Live Sports Events
- News: Running a Newsroom
- Online: How To Succeed With Original Online Programming
- Producer as Entrepreneur: Lessons from the Story Business
- Independent Producers: The Risks and Rewards of Crowd Funding and Building your Own Audience and Channel
- Crisis Management
WHEN & WHERE
When: October 22 – 25, 2015
Where: New York, USA – MINY Media Center by IFP & WeWork Dumbo Heights
OUR MISSION: TO CREATE A WORLD WHERE PEOPLE WORK TO MAKE A LIFE, NOT JUST A LIVING.
When we started WeWork in 2010, we wanted to build more than beautiful, shared office spaces. We wanted to build a community. A place you join as an individual, ‘me’, but where you become part of a greater ‘we’. A place where we’re redefining success measured by personal fulfillment, not just the bottom line. Community is our catalyst. Our mission doesn’t end with the small businesses and entrepreneurs that call us home. We believe in empowering our team to create their own life’s work. We move fast and we challenge each other, but we look after each other and care about our culture, which makes working here extremely rewarding. There’s a lot of work left for us to do, and we couldn’t do it without a single member of our team.
WeWork provides more than 25,000 members across the globe with space, community, and services through physical and virtual offerings. Based in New York City, WeWork currently has 42 physical locations in fifteen cities and four countries around the world.