I'm looking for two-five people to train to become match writers for SNW. This is something I'm taking upon myself due to the recent problems we've had with 4 Up. Two writers, especially when it comes to pay per views, just isn't going to cut it. You can be a veteran writer, or you can never have even attempted to write a match. Before I started here, I had never written a match before. Now, well look at me. So if you're interested, and I'm hoping you will be, PM me and we will start immediately. I will teach you everything you need, format, commentary, the works. So let's get this going. If we don't get more writers, it's going to be a rough road.
I'm bumping this thread to first off let everyone know that with Shaggy's recent retirement from SNW that I will be handling training people to help write for SNW. Also, I'm bumping this thread to let everyone know that we still need at least one more, if not two or three more match writers. Versus Vince and Shaggy can attest to this that writing for the TV shows(Saturday Night Onslaught and Guys Night Out) is rather easy as the matches themselves are written in summary form. All you have to write out are the entrances, the ring announcements, and the play by play commentary pre- and post-match. The hardest part will be writing for The Main Event TV specials and PPVs, as the matches are written in full result form. However, with more than two writers, it would make things easier for everyone as we all would have less assignments to have to cover. Anyone who is interested can either PM me or reply to this thread.
Last Edit: Jul 3, 2010 11:39:07 GMT -6 by Hollywood
Bumping this thread to let everyone know that we still need writers, now more than ever. Vince is starting high school, and to make things easier for him, I'm only going to be assigning him one match a show. That will make things brutal with only two writers(even for the weekly TV shows), so it would really help if someone could step up to help write, even if for just one or two matches per show. Otherwise, I'm going to have to book light for TV shows, and/or book battle royals for every PPV to make sure everyone's on the card for the PPV shows. Oh, and there's no about that. I'm dead serious.
It's apparent that I have to lay down some ground rules for people looking to join the writing team here, so from here on out, this is how it will work:
-Just because you PM me saying you want to help write does not guarantee that you will be hired on as a writer first and foremost.
-After PMing me, I will give you two trial matches with the proper instructions of how our match-writing works. One trial match will be the short result format we use for Saturday Night Onslaught and Guys Night Out, and the other trial match will be for the full result format we use on Main Event TV specials and PPVs. The trial matches will not be matches on an upcoming card. They are to see if I will hire you on to be part of our writing team.
-Once you are part of the writing team, I will assign you a match(or matches, depending on our need, and depending on your real life schedule, I'm flexible). I will give you a deadline to send in the match to me.
-Endings: If you have to send the match in before the RP deadline, you can either write two different outcomes, or write up until the end and let me tack it on, whichever you prefer.