The job market in the entertainment industry is extremely competitive and it is not always easy to find a job as a reader. The best way to attain this position is to send a query letter, along with your resume and 3 sample coverages (1 novel and 2 scripts) to a story editor or a creative executive at a studio. Wait 1-2 weeks before following up with a phone call. Other place to apply include productions companies. When applying, it maybe helpful to offer to cover a couple of scripts for free.
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