Pamela Douglas is an award-winning writer with numerous credits in television drama.
Her book Writing the TV Drama Series (Third Edition, 2011) is considered the premiere source on the subject, and has been adopted by network mentoring programs and re-published internationally with translations in several languages.
She has been honored with the Humanitas Prize for Between Mother and Daughter (CBS), an original drama that also won nomination for a Writers Guild Award. Multiple Emmy nominations and awards, and awards from American Women in Radio and Television went to other dramas she wrote. She was a creator of the series Ghostwriter, and on the writing staff of many shows including the Emmy-winning CBS series, Frank's Place, A Year in the Life, and Star Trek: The Next Generation that was named one of the top 100 shows by the Writers Guild of America.
She has also been a member of the Board of Directors of the Writers Guild of America, west.
At the School of Cinematic Arts of the University of Southern California she is a tenured professor in the Division of Screen and Television Writing where she pioneered the television curriculum.
Her new book: THE FUTURE OF TELEVISION: Your Guide to Creating TV in the New World (MWP, Jan., 2015) has been met with outstanding reviews.