Storyboard TV, an online community of scriptwriters, television producers, and TV enthusiasts, launches its fourth competition today, awarding a $1,000 prize to the writer with the best pilot for a one-hour or half-hour television show.
At storyboardtv.com, writers share TV scripts for original shows with their potential audience members, while soliciting feedback and gauging enthusiasm for their story. Membership to Storyboard TV is free and open to all, and all members will be able to read, critique, and ultimately vote for their favorite TV scripts.
Entries for this competition will be accepted from today through February 26, 2012. After a month of peer review, ten semi-finalist scripts will be forwarded to a panel of writers, producers, and directors which will in turn narrow the field to three.
The winner of the script competition, announced on May 28, 2012, will be chosen from the finalists exclusively by Storyboard TV’s membership community.