Yuri Baranovsky has been writing (and producing and starring in) web series for a long time. He actually got mad at me back in 2007 for not including his show, Break a Leg, on a list of web shows that should be on TV.
But that’s all water under the bridge, and Baranovsky went on to create two seasons of the web show Leap Year for Hulu, and recently co-wrote the book, Scriptwriting 2.0: Writing for the Digital Age. We invited Baranovsky onto the podcast to talk about writing for the web and how web TV has evolved in the past five years.
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Host: Chris Albrecht
Guest: Yuri Baranovsky
Yuri Baranovsky talks about how web series have evolved over the past five years and Scriptwriting 2.0, the book he co-wrote about writing for the web.
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