Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Storyliners wanted at Coronation Street

 
How would you like to work in the engine room of the World's longest-running TV drama?

CORONATION STREET is looking for STORY LINERS to join our talent pool.

Our storyliners will write and devise engaging, compelling detailed storylines to an agreed vision, contributing these ideas to story conference.

You will assist Writers, Script Editors and Production with story queries. re-write, re-work and edit storylines where appropriate.

You must have a proven track record of planning/storyboarding TV drama

If you have this experience then join our talent pool now! Closing date for applications 31st October

Successful candidates will be invited to a workshop on 19th November. 


More details at itvjobs.com

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

graeme n - now's your chance! :)

Scott Willison said...

Ooh! Ooh! Me please!

Anonymous said...

Any one of our bloggers could do a much better job than the people who are currently doing it. How about it, guys?

Anonymous said...

I vote for Graeme - his blogs are the best - go for it young man - and if it was up to your blog visitors I am sure you would get 100% of the vote - what the heck, stranger things have happened. Perhaps the PTB do really read the blog and listen to your suggestions.

Anonymous said...

Team Scott:)

Zagg said...

Graeme!! You must!! It's the chance we've been waiting for...for you...lol.

Anonymous said...

C'mon guys. Stop attempting to put pressure on Graeme. Much as we may be dissatisfied and frustrated with the storylines and characters' behaviour lately, it's unfair to ask Graeme to take on a job he doesn't want. Commenting on the show in a blog is very different from creating stories and situations in a pressured, collaborative environment. If any of our blog contributors want to consider this challenge, I'm sure we'd all be delighted, but it's their choice.

Anonymous said...

Invite the local elementary schools to submit storylines, throw them in a barrel and pick them out at random..no matter how ridiculous. Anything's better than some of what's been going on.

Anonymous said...

Exactly Anon 22:04 It's easy to criticize from the sidelines but when it comes to getting stuck in at the coalface these same people often struggle.

Lilliput said...

From what we have seen from a previous interview with one of the story liners or someone that works in that area on Corrie, some appear very young. Well at least the young man interviewed was. They should hire people with some actual life experience who have been around and experienced a few ups and downs in life. Then they may have something to draw from and the stories would seem much more realistic rather than something that has been slapped together without a true in-depth understanding of what they are writing about. Maybe then there would be a lot less holes in some of the story lines. Just my two cents.

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