NYTVF TV TUESDAYS @ COMEDY BAR NYC
Join the NYTVF for a monthly series at Comedy Bar NYC (134 W.29th St) focused on the development, production, creation and celebration of all things TV.
On the second Tuesday of every month, Fest organizers and special guests will take the stage for lively conversation, providing helpful tips and industry insights for indie producers and TV enthusiasts. Come early for nightly happy hour specials (5 pm - 7 pm) and stay after for drinks and connections.
This month, IFC and VH1 will be on-hand to discuss “Character” in the scripted and non-scripted development of TV programming
- Tuesday, March 12
- The Comedy Bar NYC (134 W. 29th Street)
- 6:30 PM
Dan Pasternack, VP Development, IFC
Sean Gottlieb, Supervising Producer, VH1
Are you looking for a DP, editor, sound tech, lighting designer or other craft-related pro for your NYTVF projects? Immediately following the TV Tuesday discussion, join us for the "Cocktails with Craftsmen" networking mixer.
*NOTE: Space is limited and RSVPing is strongly recommended. The list will close once capacity has been reached, but a stand-by line will be available on the day of the event. Admittance is only guaranteed for those that have RSVP'd and been confirmed by NYTVF organizers. Questions? Email us at tvtuesdays@NYTVF.com.
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ABOUT THE NYTVF
The NYTVF is a pioneer of the independent television movement, connecting its community of over 15,000 artists with leading networks, studios, agencies, production companies, and brands. Year-round submission opportunities for TV and digital development culminate at the annual New York Television Festival each fall, uniting indie creators, industry decision-makers, and TV fans, alike. In 2013 the NYTVF distributed nearly $300,000 in development funding to artists from over 18 industry partners. To learn more about the NYTVF, current submission opportunities, and additional info for artists, visit NYTVF.com, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter at @NYTVF.