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Register now! Live Q+A webinar with alumni and faculty on applying for NSI Totally Television

Get tips and advice on applying for NSI Totally Television in this free webinar on August 21 from 2 to 3 p.m. ET.

Now available online: video of NSI Totally Television Q+A webinar with program alumni

Program faculty are joined by alumni Michelle Ouellet, Nicholas Carella, Stephanie Ouaknine and Sarah Goodman to share knowledge, tips and advice on applying.

Gemma Holdway's insights into the value of NSI Totally Television

Writer and NSI grad Gemma talks expectation vs. reality and the importance of really understanding your own project.

Producer/writer teams with a great idea for a TV series: apply for NSI Totally Television by September 27, 2019

[CALL NOW CLOSED] The course offers customized training for Canadian producer/writer teams to develop story ideas into polished packages for the global marketplace.

NSI Totally Television phase 2 students on their second boot camp

Before they head off to the UK for Content London, we asked Michelle Ouellet, Nicholas Carella, Stephanie Ouaknine and Sarah Goodman to reflect on the program and how their TV series are evolving.

Sarah Goodman, Stephanie Ouaknine, Michelle Ouellet, Nicholas Carella advance to NSI Totally Television phase two

Phase two focuses more on the specific needs of each project, with a three-day training session in Toronto in September 2019.

NSI Totally Television 2020 shortlist revealed

We received an overwhelming number of applications this year. Watch for an announcement in December about which teams make the final lineup.

Super Channel greenlights What Would Sal Do?

What Would Sal Do? is a comedy series from Mark Montefiore and Andrew De Angelis.

What Would Sal Do? goes to camera

This comedy series from Mark Montefiore and Andrew De Angelis was developed through NSI Totally Television.

Get a sneak peek at What Would Sal Do? during free event at Canadian International Television Festival

The show was developed through NSI Totally Television by Andrew De Angelis and Mark Montefiore.