Breaking Into Reality Show TV
Have you noticed that when you turn on the TV, practically all the shows are reality shows? In a 60 minute TeleSeminar, hosted by Judy Carter (the author of “The Comedy Bible,”) you’ll learn how you can get your foot in the door in this lucrative TV market. Whether you’re a comic who want to host a show, a producer who wants to sell your reality show idea or a personality who wants to be a contestant, you don’t want to miss this event where you will learn:
|Judy Carter is the author of “The Comedy Bible” and is one of America's top motivational humorists, appearing on over 100 television shows including Oprah, Good Morning America, and CNN. She conducts comedy workshops worldwide as well as speaks to government groups, professional associations and Fortune 500 companies. Judy has shared stages with President Bill Clinton, Deepak Chopra, Lance Armstrong and Lily Tomlin.|
Gina Rubinstein, Executive Producer of Emmy Award-Winning Clean House, has developed, written and produced just about every type of reality show -- documentary, magazine, unscripted, game, talk, relationship, how-to, clip, hidden-camera and specials. Name a topic and she's got it under her belt -- crime and mystery, paranormal phenomenon, home makeover, celebrity and lifestyle, social issues, travel, fashion and fitness.
Matt Iseman is a Daytime Emmy Award Winner and host of such T.V. shows as Play, Clean House, Clean House Comes Clean, and 5 Messiest Homes in the Country.
Matt is adding the title Producer to his resume as he just created and sold his first show called Saving Mom. It debuts in the spring of 2012 on the Style Network. As a stand-up comic, he's appeared on such shows as Premium Blend on Comedy Central and Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen.
Here's what people are saying about the "Breaking Into Reality TV" teleseminar.
I thought it was very informative and I have a better idea of what producers look for and where to pitch my ideas to.
Judy is THE go to girl for all things Hollywood, speaking pro and being funny. Nobody comes close to getting to the nitty and the gritty or will give it to you straight so that you actually have a chance to realize potential.
The information in this TeleSeminar was worth hundreds of dollars. Amazing.
It was so helpful learning about all the places looking for Reality Show ideas, other than the main three, ABC, NBC, CBS.
What a great tip that networks are looking for reality shows based in the South.
Great info about how to put together my demo reel, and learning how to put together a “Sizzle Reel.”
It's so true, to know who is doing a show and to learn about it before applying. I loved the information Gina gave on what the professionals are looking for.
I didn’t know that Reality Show producers use Google to find experts for reality shows.
It was great to hear exactly what reality show production companies are looking for in reality pitches and talent.
I learned how to turn my expertise into being a host on a Reality Show.
I learned that weird-hobbies-oriented reality TV might be a good way for an improv actress in her forties to break into reality TV.
Matt Isman gave terrific information on how to get hosting jobs. I liked his exercise about asking a friend(s) to describe my personality type to assist me in finding my true stage personna.
I have an idea for a reality TV show and I consider myself an spa expert and now I get how to together a demo reel.
In information on putting together a Sizzle Reel was excellent.
I loved hearing that someone doesn’t have to be in LA to land a job in TV.
That I can be anywhere in the world and potentially get a break.
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 26 March, 2012.