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Love telling (or reading) a good story? These are the film industry positions that'll put your imagination to work!
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Showrunner

Showrunners are in charge of the writing and execution of a television series. They run the Writers’ room, guide Directors and creative crew, and collaborate with the studio/network to deliver their... Learn More Avg. Salary: $100K to $300K an episode Salary Range: $30K an episode to $20M a year Alt Titles: None
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Screenwriter/TV Writer

Screenwriters and TV Writers write scripts for film, TV, commercials, and other types of content, including all scenes and dialogue. Their work may also involve writing treatments and series bibles as... Learn More Avg. Salary: $110,000 for a spec film script Alt Titles: Script Writer, Screenplay Writer, Writer, Teleplay Writer, Staff Writer, Movie Writer, Feature Film Writer
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Script Supervisor

The Script Supervisor oversees continuity during principal photography, ensuring people and props are where they should be in each shot. Learn More Avg. Salary: $67,386 Salary Range: $40K-$86K Alt Titles: Scripty, Continuity
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Script Reader

Script Readers provide script coverage for scripts being considered for production, agency representation, or film contest awards. Learn More Salary Range: $1,544 to $1,857 a week Alt Titles: Script Consultant, Script Coverage Services, Script Analyst
Script Analyst reading script on her computer and taking notes

Script Analyst

A Script Analyst evaluates all forms of media to determine viability for television and film production. Learn More Salary Range: $75K-$120K Alt Titles: Story Analyst, Script Reader
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