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The NYTVF was launched in 2005 as the industry’s first creative festival for television artists. A pioneer of the “independent television” movement, the Festival strives to construct a new and innovative path for program development. Where a film festival showcases completed works of art, competing for distribution and ready for the market, the NYTVF showcases ideas and talent, complementing the development process required for network, studio and branded entertainment development.

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NYTVF's "Bing Decisions Project" final call for entry. $25,000 grand prize. Deadline 1/31!


The New York Television Festival has teamed up with Microsoft’s innovative decision engine Bing and branded entertainment visionary Ben Silverman’s Electus to develop a new show created by a member of the NYTVF community. 

The theme of the competition is "Decisions."

How you showcase that theme is up to you, but it must be central to the story or format of the show. The show can be scripted or nonscripted, with any format or tone. 


  • One winner will receive a $25,000 development deal with Bing & Electus.

  • The winner and all finalists in this contest will receive designation as a 2011 Official Artist at the 2011 New York Television Festival in September.  

What do I need to submit?

  • A 3 to 15 minute pilot presentation that showcases the theme "Decisions."


  • Nonscripted shows: please include a one-sheet describing the format.

  • Scripted shows: please include a one page outline of the show, as well as single paragraph descriptions of the first seven episodes.


You are free to incorporate Bing into the pilot itself, though that is not necessary. If you do feature Bing explicitly, keep in mind it is available across a wide variety of platforms, and please use an artistic eye in deciding how to incorporate it. Avoid overuse. Remember that the most important part of your entry is the show itself.


When is it due?
January 31, 2011

To enter and for more info:
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