Golden Age Of Tv Essay

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Television is experiencing a new Golden Age. With the rise of cable and premium television along with online content providers, people have much more access to extended content than any other era before now. People’s want for more feature programming is what is driving this new era. Consumers have a need for quality and quantity in television, and the industry is trying to deliver. I want to be a part of this new era. I have a deep fondness for writing and producing my own work. Over the years, I have wrote many scripts for web series or short films, some of which I have been able to see developed and materialize on screen. Needless to say, I have done quite a lot of amateur work with writing and filming, and I would jump at the chance to ever work at something …show more content…
There is more money and craft being used in television today than in any other time before. People have a craving for new, engaging works to be made at a faster rate thanks to the rise of online content providers, such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Prime. With the competition amongst themselves and amongst cable and premium networks, quality of programming has also risen. There is need for writers to produce new ideas that are rich and well-developed at a faster speed than ever before (“Television’s”). There are many new television shows that were only created out of this wonderful periods including dramas like House of Cards, Breaking Bad, and Mad Men plus many comedies like 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, and Review. I would love to work on a show that is part of this new era. In the article “Storied TV: Cable Is the New Novel,” Thomas Doherty states that:
Long top dog in the media hierarchy, the Hollywood feature film—the star-studded best in show that garnered the respectful monographs, the critical cachet, and a secure place on the university curriculum—is being challenged by the lure of long-form, episodic

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