I don’t have any direct experience with the TV Writers Vault (anyone?), so I’m not endorsing the site or service, but I thought this conversation was interesting in terms of what’s being sold for TV these days – and what it takes to make a sale. The interview with Scott Manville, ex-Development for Merv Griffin Entertainment, includes topics like:

What do the decision-makers in reality TV expect when they meet a new writer who is about to pitch them for the first time?

What kinds of notes do writers typically get on their Reality TV projects?

What/how can they expect to be paid?

Read the conversation on Stephanie Palmer’s website “Good in a Room”.