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« on: September 28, 2007, 04:33:58 PM »

These are the instructions Randy and I have received from PBS.  They want a formal proposal submitted.

Project Proposal:
 Synopsis - briefly outline the subject and story of the program or the larger context out of which the story evolved.
 Treatment (Required) - clearly communicate how the television program will unfold from beginning to end. Include details on story structure, theme, style, format, voice, and point-of-view.
 Episodic descriptions (if project is a series).
 Project timetable - provide a schedule of all phases of production.
  Interactive elements - if applicable, explain how you plan to enhance your project through a companion web site, video-on-demand, or pod-casting. Discuss specific elements of the proposed site and provide information on the web production team and budget. For guidelines on web development, please consult PBS’ Web Production Manual.
 Budget - include an itemized list of project costs (i.e., staff salaries, talent, post-production expenses, outreach, insurance, etc.) and any funds and in-kind support raised to date.
 Key Personnel - provide detailed biographies or resume information of the key project staff (i.e., producer, director, writer, cinematographer, editor) as well as experts, consultants and talent.
 Business Plan - explain the current status of the project; discuss your plans for completing it; identify potential funding resources; and indicate approach being taken to secure funding.
  Sample Work - if possible, include samples of previous work that best exemplify your production ability and are relevant in style and subject to the current project.

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