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Ebonylife, Sony Pictures Television Launch African Writers Initiative ÀLÓ 

ALO African writers initiative
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EbonyLife and Sony Pictures Television (SPT) have today announced ÀLÓ, a brand-new writers initiative offering a unique platform for writers of African heritage.

The word “ÀLÓ” is from the Yoruba language meaning ‘once upon a time’. The initiative seeks to discover authentic African story ideas to inspire and resonate with viewers across the globe.

The ÀLÓ Initiative website will open for fixed periods beginning this Friday 24th to allow writers to submit their television scripts and story documents. The ÀLÓ team comprising creative executives from both EbonyLife and SPT will then review and shortlist the entries.

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All entrants must be of African heritage with proven citizenship from any of the 52 countries in the continent. The initiative is open to professionals, freelancers as well as up-and-coming writers. There are no limitations to the story ideas or scripts. Any theme or story is allowed, but submissions must pay homage to Africa’s unique cultures, diversity, heritage, and people.

Successful candidates will have the opportunity to enter into a series pilot development agreement with SPT and EbonyLife under the ÀLÓ Initiative to create and write a pilot script. Once completed, the projects will be pitched to major international broadcasters for their consideration.

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Written by Vanessa Murrey

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