Monday, April 12, 2010

UCLA Extension Seminar: From Assistant (or Intern) to Producer/Studio Executive/Network Executive


Saturday, April 17th
9 am - 3 pm
Moore Hall, Room 100

Seminar Directive:
Interested in being a network executive, studio executive, agent, manager, producer, writer, or director for film or television? N ot interested in answering phones or being an assistant for four years? This intense, challenging one-day seminar features a straightforward, no-holds-barred curriculum designed to help you advance more quickly to the top.

Seminar Features:
One FULL day, one-on-one access to a minimum of 6-8 guest speakers, and handouts including professional
resume samples, job information and a comprehensive resource guide for assistants.

Guest Speakers:
Past and future speakers from film and television industries have worked at the following companies: Warner
Brothers, Fox, William Morris Endeavor, CAA, Disney, BC Universal, MTV, BC, ABC, CBS, BET, and
countless others. A minimum of 6 – 8 guest speakers from different entertainment industries are guaranteed to

Current confirmed speakers include:
David Zelon (EVP of Production, Mandalay Pictures)
Ken Storer (Writer – Law & Order)
Clancy Collins-White (VP of Drama Development, Warner Brothers)
Jon Kroll (TV Executive and Award Winning Producer of Amazing Race & Big Brother)
Alex Young (VP of Production, Barry Josephson Productions)

Who Should Attend:
1) Current assistants who want to advance in film or television, eventually to a career as a studio executive,
network executive, producer, agent, writer or director.
2) Individuals looking for assistant positions or internships at studios, networks, talent agencies, management
companies or production companies.
3) Motivated individuals who want to be an executive sooner rather than later!

How To Enroll:
Only through UCLA Extension at
(Careers in Entertainment seminar – Reg #: V6341)

*Attendance for full day is mandatory for resource list, handouts and job information.

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1 comment:

Dan Williams said...

Sounds like great net-working opportunities.