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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Networking, Forums and Chat

The Rouge Wave is read by a wide variety of people; writers, assistants, actors, industry execs, directors and producers on every level. Only a few Wavers consistently chime in and share their experiences and opinions.

One of the single most important contributing factors in receiving support, inspiration and education when it comes to show biz is networking. Not all of us live in LA or NYC where networking comes with the territory. But. There is the online world.

The RWII is the place to do that in such a way that you can truly network with one another without my having to necessarily catch a comment on time, reply or facilitate. Just this morning, an actor friend of mine said she's excited to set up her page on the RWII because she is looking to get to know more writers because she is looking to produce and direct a short film. If you have a film screening you can post it under "events" on the RWII. If you have a question, you can post it in the forum. If you are looking to kill some time and get to know other writers, you can chat.

Please take advantage of this satellite Rouge Wave social networking site to widen your networking, uh, net - and join up if you haven't. Set up your own page so that you can get to know other Wavers,possibly meet in person, attend some events or just share what's on your mind. Who knows, you might catch me in the chat section.

Check it out HERE. Make it work for you.

Thank you. Now get back to work.

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1 comment:

JustHiltz said...

I really like RWII, Julie. Kudos. It has a casual feel to it and I saw yesterday it is starting to populate. I live in L.A. but I find that sometimes after the time you spend on the day job, it's difficult to find the energy to go out and network. So RWII is filling a definite need. Again, thank you!