How to Become a TV Writer

Establishing your identity as a TV writer can be incredibly challenging. Between the thousands of competitors and the subjectivity of

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The Four Best First Jobs in Entertainment

In show business it’s often more about who you know than what you know. An ability to network and rub

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Mike Feuer, Social Prompter Founder

In today’s entertainment industry, social media is king. It’s how PR companies drum up audiences, how executives gauge success, and

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Matthew Engler, Associate Producer at Spike TV

We’re all told to sell ourselves in interviews, but often in consideration of what the employer is looking for, we

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The Waiting Game: What “Boyhood” Teaches About Patience at Work

I’m going to see Boyhood in three hours and 25 minutes and I literally cannot wait. My friend, who is

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Office Lessons Learned from Watching the Brazil-Germany Match

For all those still reeling from one of the most devastating losses in World Cup history, it can be unanimously

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Training Day: How To Get Your Application Process into Shape

The job application process can be incredibly disheartening, especially when the moment you hit the “submit” button, all of your

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The Art of Juggling: Balancing Multiple Jobs

There’s nothing glamorous to balancing multiple jobs—that is unless of course you are undercover in the CIA. Yet, more entry-level

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When to Ask for a Raise?

We are all taught from a very young age to not discuss money. It’s simply uncouth. Our parents, our relatives,

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Quiz: Which Silicon Valley Worker Are You?

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