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Virtual events:

On-Demand from CSUEA + Pipelines Mobile Series: 

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eSports 101: Careers & Representation in 
Gaming & Entertainment​

 Video Link (chat included):​​
 Password: v*8X5eRs​

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Editor's Union 101 + Editor's Panel

 Video Link (chat included):​
 Password: 8MPi.yx!

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Inclusion & Diversity in Animation 
& the Visual Media Arts

 Video Link:
 Downloadable Chat​​

Notes from Events:

If you have any issues with the videos, please e-mail Haley Seppa at​!



House of Blues Music Forward Foundation/Live Nation Music Industry Webinars - Ongoing events calendar​​

Sunda​nce Collab's Writer's Cafe: Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9-10:30 AM PT from June 1- 29th 2020 - Writers from around the globe continue to converge on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in our Writers' Café for an hour of dedicated writing followed by an optional half-hour meetup. 

Sunda​nce Collab's Free Master Classes -
 Spend three hours with the best in the industry learning about all things filmmaking, exclusively on Sundance Collab.​ 

Variety Screening Room - "Rebooting The Entertainment Industry" Events 

Winst​on Baker: Webinars on Entertainment related topics!
Since the start of the shelter-in-place, Winston Baker has been putting together some fantastic virtual events. You can find out about upcoming ones, or go back and watch previous (like an interview with SFSU Alum Danny Glover) at the link below. Many of their events are free, but if you want to attend one that costs, please e-mail Haley Seppa at​ for a discount code!

Writers Guild Foundation​

From panels to workshops, the WG Foundation is giving you access to the top film and TV writers in the industry in these free virtual events.


January 2021:​​​

1/16​: Editor’s Union 101 + Special Guest Panel (free) – Featuring editor's from Insecure, Modern Family, Orange is the New Black, Yellowstone, & more - Register now​!​ 

1/27-1/28: TVOTT/ OTT - A two-day virtual conference, produced by the team behind the long-running television industry conference, The TV of Tomorrow Show (TVOT). The panels will discuss how to escape the limitations of legacy technology, and how OTT providers (AVODs/SVODs/FASTs) who have experienced tremendous growth during the pandemic can leverage new technologies and business strategies to sustain growth in a market currently dominated by a few giants.​

1/28-2/3​: Sundance Film Festival 2021 - This year's festival is coming to you online and on many community satellite screens, with a slate of 70+ features, 50+ shorts, 14 New Frontier projects, and more. The Festival will also include free panel discussions and webinars on all things filmmaking, including a Q&A with award-winning filmmaker Nanfu Wang on Documentary Filmmaking on February 3 - Register now!

​February 2021:

2/2-2/4: Netflix Virtual Speaker Series: Writer's Edition - Want to learn what it’s like to write for different audiences and formats? Are you looking to make the jump from a story artist to a writer? What’s the relationship like between writers and storyboard artists? Netflix will be diving into all these questions (and more!) in numerous sessions. ​Hear from Netflix’s writing talent on how they got their start, what they’ve learned along the way, and advice for emerging talent like you.

2/3 @ : The CSUEA + Pipelines Mobile Present: How to Get Hired - Panel and Advice with some of the industry's leading agency recruiters. Link coming soon!

​2/10​, 11 AM PST:
Parker Dewey Hire Learnings - Using Micro-Internships for Recruiting: Student Voices. Hear from three successful Micro-Interns about the value of short-term experiences from the student's perspective. Register now!



TVOT - TV of Tomorrow Show | San Francisco, CA

Over the past few years TVOT and TVOT NYC have become the leading venues for agencies, brands, broadcasters, content-owners and adtech companies to explore the complex interrelationships between audience measurement, big data, and advanced advertising. The shows also provide multiple opportunities for TV and video professionals to examine the potential of significant new technologies, such as ATSC 3.0/Next-Gen TV, 5G, autonomous vehicles, Blockchain, artificial intelligence/machine learning, voice assistants, VR/AR, and more. Additionally, the shows have become one of the very few places where established TV players can meet and network with the creative and business communities that have emerged on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitch, TikTok and other social-video platforms to address the rapidly evolving viewing habits and programming preferences of Millennials and Gen Z.

Click here for more info!

TBD - SAGAftra 101 & Actors Panel ​ | Los Angeles, CA

The CSU Entertainment Alliance has teamed up with SAG-AFTRA to offer another exciting, informative and FREE event for Cal State entertainment arts & media studies studies! Learn from some of the industry's leading actors on how to go from campus to successful career & gain valuable insight into entertainment industry unions. Plus, FREE lunch!​​​

Click here for more info!

TBD 2020 - New Filmmakers LA | On Location - Exploring the LA Media Pipeline

This is a two week-long intensive class that will explore LA's role as the epicenter of the film industry and shed light on how to successfully create digital content. This course will provide a realistic, insider view into the world of new media production.

Please e-mail for more info!

​​​​ET Summit | Entertainment Technology Summit & Career Faire | Bay Area, CA 

The CSUEA and WINSTON BAKER will be teaming up to host a 1-2 day summit in Northern California, exploring the intersection of Entertainment and Technology.​

Please e-mail for more info!