How To Create Your Personal PR Strategy

Speaker: Carole Kirschner
Date: Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Venue: RBC Learning Studio A

Congratulations! You have a blazing hot script. That’s just the first thing you need to sell projects and get hired. Producers and executives also have to be excited about being in business with you. In order to compete in the entertainment industry you have to subtly “sell” yourself without being obvious or annoying – the one thing most writers hate to do. This hands-on seminar helps you get over that feeling by giving you the tools to create your own personal PR strategy, so you can easily answer the questions:

“What do you do?”

“Tell me about yourself”

“What makes you memorable?”

Carole Kirschner

Carole Kirschner

Director, WGA Showrunner Training Program

Carole Kirschner is the Director of the Writers Guild of America’s Showrunner Training Program  and the creator and Director of  CBS Diversity Writers Mentoring Program. Having worked as a senior level television development executive for eighteen years (including posts at CBS and as head of Steven Spielberg’s first Amblin Television), Carole has heard over 3,000 pitches, bought hundreds of projects and was involved in developing dozens of television series.

Now an international speaker and entertainment career coach, she teaches creative professionals how to navigate the often baffling waters of show business. Through her popular workshops, Carole teaches real world strategies so screenwriters and producers can move up and thrive in Hollywood.

Her book, Hollywood Game Plan: How to Land a Job in Film, TV and Digital Entertainment, published by Michael Wiese Publishing, is assigned as a textbook in film/television classes at colleges and universities throughout the U.S.