New Online Programmes – Bringing you the Future

Date: 25th February 2021 

A series of Webinar Sessions to run throughout 2021 on a bi-monthly Schedule hosted by writer/director Victor Levin (Mad Men, Survivor’s Remorse).

The purpose is to bring together experienced and passionate scripted professionals to discuss and interrogate what makes certain television shows unique, compulsive and irresistible, the better to create such shows ourselves

Storytelling for TV Workshop

Module 1, Advanced Structure & Story Rules: Monday 25th – Friday 29th January 2021

Module 2, Advanced Character, Dialogue & Multiprotagonism: 
Monday 15th – Friday 19th February 2021


Storytelling for TV Screenwriters, Creative Producers,

and Commissioners with John Yorke


Understanding the nature and make up of storytelling is essential for developing and producing successful TV programming. John Yorke, who is behind some of the biggest hits in television (inc. Wolf Hall, Shameless, Life on Mars), has distilled his knowledge and experience into a detailed step by step course.

8 x 60mins - Online Sessions

Dates: 23rd March – 15th April, 2021 on each Tuesday and Thursday



The Role of the Showrunner – Breaking the Mould

A new webinar series for 2021, highlighting the inspiration provided by the personal experience of Showrunners from around the globe sharing their creative and working practices.  An unmissable opportunity to gain visionary insights to consider applying to your own process.

6 x 90mins - Online Sessions

Dates: April 20th – May 6th, 2021, each Tuesday and Thursday

Sessions will be online in English

Streaming Platforms: Accelerate your options 

As the streaming giants’ influence continues expand, content creators and producers need to maximise their understanding of the needs of this significant part of the industry and how to interface with streamers effectively and profitably.

Recurring Programmes

Dates to Be Announced

Los Angeles


This edition will celebrate the 22nd year of our popular Showrunner Exchange. The fast paced schedule provides access to the best creators, writers, show teams and drama executives of established US shows. Mix with top US Showrunners and observe their role and styles in executing primetime US Drama series across all platforms.

Dates to Be Announced

More details to follow


UK TV Drama Exchange

Meet the Brits – a 3-day schedule of meetings with leading drama practitioners involved in writing, developing and coproducing High End Series, Continuing Series and Single Dramas. A unique opportunity to source UK partners for your projects.

Following the success of the inaugural Exchange in 2019, the Women Writers Exchange will return in 2021 to build on the industry’s focus on ensuring a wider representation of women in creative roles.  

Providing an unparalleled insight into the US Television Drama industry, and its writing, creative and production principles, the 5 days of industry meetings, with US showrunners, writers, producers and drama executives will optimise the participants’ creative and business ambitions.

Year round

Los Angeles – Currently Online Only

Tailored schedules provide the opportunity to pitch Agents, Networks, Showrunners, Producers and Sales Agents with the aim of securing US partners and exploring the creative and commercial potential of your concept

Launched in 2016, the Soaprunner Exchange addresses the challenges faced by the studios, executive producers and writers, in maintaining strong storylines for multi-episode or multi-season, returning drama serials and series – the Soaps, Telenovelas and Continuing Dramas

The Exchange utilises the UK’s strong continuing drama landscape providing contrasting sessions with key drama providers for the creative team from a visiting show to analyse and explore the successful writing and producing elements of long running shows in the UK and the new developments in this arena

 Writing and Development Programmes across Europe – COMING SOON!


Under the MediaXchange banner of Creative Vision, we will be developing a Writers Programme in Iceland, Holland and Sweden. The principal ingredients will be to advance the professional development of writers of TV drama, as well as the promotion of collaborative partnerships between writers and producers for effective strategies in developing, pitching and managing shows.  

MediaXchange reserves the right to change the dates and content of its Exchanges, Events and Programmes as circumstances dictate

In light of continually expanding opportunities provided by the international markets, please contact us to review your corporate interests and projects for coproduction to build business and creative strategies to expand your international presence