The Art and Business of Producing
About This Show
In "The Art and Business of Producing" podcast, the Producers Guild of America shares some of its favorite clips from a variety of educational seminars and panels hosted throughout the years. Here you will hear insights about project development, distribution, finance, new technologies, marketing strategies, and so much more. Listen in as top producers and production professionals share their experiences and give you the tools to advance your own producing career.
Most Recent Episode
May 4 17
How has the role of the showrunner evolved throughout our current golden age of scripted television? And is it still the most demanding job in showbiz? On any given day, a showrunner will be answering questions (and/or putting out fires) from her writers, director, cast, network, post-production team, UPM… and probably writers, again. In this extraordinary session, a group of television’s top showrunners discuss the finer (and not so fine) points of making scripted television happen. What qualities and skills are required to turn out polished, compelling stories, week after week? And how do the necessities of being a good boss complicate the process of storytelling? Speakers Barbara Hall (Madam Secretary; Homeland; Joan of Arcadia) Jenni Konner (Girls; Help Me Help You; Undeclared) Terence Winter (The Wolf of Wall Street; Boardwalk Empire; The Sopranos) Greg Yaitanes (Banshee; House, M.D.) Moderator Mark Gordon (Saving Private Ryan; Grey’s Anatomy; Ray Donovan; President Emeritus, Producers Guild of America)