The readers are at the bottom of the studio hierarchy. Their job is – you guessed it – to read material. They are given, books, scripts, and articles to read, and once they have read them, they write coverage on them. The coverage will be used as an initial reference point for studio executives who have not read the piece of material being covered. Becoming a reader is a great way to start working in the entertainment industry as it allows you to not only work with executives, but it also allows you to learn the craft of story telling. To learn more about how to become a reader click here.
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