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The content is here. Where’s the funding?

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By Shayler Richmond

Riley Wilson, creator of live-action educational SciFi drama, “Little Apple,” and James Bland creator of the Emmy award-winning drama series, “Giants,” both sat down with several creatives during CultureCon to share their experiences and give advice on getting projects funded.

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