It’s episode 50! 50 episodes? We can hardly believe it ourselves. Thanks to all of you who’ve tuned in, written to us, sent in submissions, and encouraged us to get this far. Today, to celebrate, we turned the content over to you. We’re answering questions directly from listeners. We bet at least one of these questions (if not more) have been on your mind. Today, we answer them.
Straight From You
Just some of the questions we tackle today:
- Can you work on the shows you pitch? Or will you be sidelined?
- Who owns a reality TV show or documentary series?
- What if you live overseas?
- Can you run the shows you pitch?
- What if you don’t know all the showbiz “lingo” people are using?
And so much more!
Hit the giant “PLAY” button above and prepare you mind for Hollywood success.
Transcript Coming Soon!
Helpful and Related Links
How to Pitch a Reality Show — our ultimate, free guide. Read it, you’ll be miles ahead of the competition.
5 Ways You Can Break into Unscripted Television — whether you want to work on a show, be on a show, or just make some pocket change, we cover it all here.
Step By Step: TV Idea to TV Show — interivew with two hands on producers we teamed up with to sell a pilot to a major cable network.
Reality TV Worlds — can you set a TV show in a bland office? Does the world really matter? Have a listen.
Okay, some of you have listened to all fifty episodes and know the drill. If you’re new, here’s what’s next:
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