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Dear Fellow Writer,

You’d have to agree that television is one of the miracles of our modern technological age.

TV unites and comforts us all. The small screen inspires, informs and entertains, transforming our lives since its invention last century in a myriad of incalculable ways.

Let’s face it – you love it!

But have you ever asked yourself:

Could I Write For TV?

Fact is, someone has to – because the TV networks need a constant and never-ending supply of new shows…

Okay, so your next question will most likely be:

Can I Get In On Writing For TV?

And the answer is: of course you can, if you sign up NOW for my latest Academy writing course:

Writing Successful Drama and Comedy for TV Networks!

First off, let’s see if you have what’s needed to write for TV:

Do you have…

A fertile imagination

A need to communicate in writing to the masses

The ability to tell a compelling story (I can teach you that!)

Information on how to pitch to Networks & TV Producers (I got that covered for you too!)

Expert knowledge about the ‘rules’ of TV writing…

Now, this is where I come into my own.

In case you don’t know me, I’m Rob Parnell, considered by many online sources (including Google and Wikipedia) and various personalities to be the first and last authority on writing, self-motivation and personal creativity.

I have created over 110 published books, courses, books, and information resources, many of which have been translated into foreign languages. I am often described by friends, family, and students as an ‘over-achiever’!

For the last decade, I have been increasingly drawn to the visual media. As a writer, I’ve worked with Hollywood producers, been intimately involved with some very exciting film and TV projects and, best of all, been paid a small fortune by production companies and media funding bodies to learn and hone my screenwriting abilities.

So much so that we’ve recently formed our own production company, R&R Books Film Music, just to deal with the legal issues and logistics that tend to surround working within the visual media.

Course Highlights

  • Internationally recognised accredited certification on successful completion
  • Free accredited e-certificate
  • Study at your own pace, anytime and anywhere
  • Access to all courses with a monthly membership plan of £29
  • High quality video and text course materials
  • Efficient exam system, assessment and instant results
  • Improve your chance of gaining professional skills and better earning potential
  • Eligibility for NUS Extra card which gives you a discount from thousands of retailers


There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students of all academic backgrounds.

Assessment and Certification

You can test your learning as you progress through the course by undertaking mock tests. On completion of the course, there will be an assessment consisting of multiple choice questions for which the pass mark is 60%. On passing, you will gain instant access to your e-certificate.  PDF and hard copy certificates can be ordered for an additional fee.

  • PDF Certificate – £9
  • Hardcopy by Post- £19
  • Both PDF and Hardcopy – £24

Tutor Support

With all our courses, you will receive access to dedicated tutors and technical support. You will also be provided with unlimited email, phone and live chat support to help answer any questions you might have whilst studying the course.

Course Compatibility

All our courses are fully compatible with PC’s, Mac’s, tablets and smartphones.

Career Path

Completing this course will help you to increase your knowledge and improve your skills and instil in you the confidence to progress. You will also be able to add your qualification to your CV, enhance your career and become more competitive within your chosen industry.

Course Curriculum

The Writing for TV Course
Welcome to the Writer’s Greatest Untapped Income Source 00:30:00
Introduction to Writing for TV, Cable and Satellite Networks 01:00:00
Your Ideas and How to Present Them 01:00:00
What’s Different About TV Writing? 01:00:00
Scripting, Editing and the Story Bible 00:30:00
A Special Masterclass On Comedy Writing 00:30:00
The Money and How You Get Paid 00:30:00

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