Get Paid to Produce
having an exciting job creating television programs that will be
watched by thousands or even millions of
a television producer you may be involved in everything
coming up with ideas for shows to hiring the stars and supervising
shooting. You will have a rewarding and creative job that lets you see
the results of your work.
for network and cable television can also earn
leaders of the entertainment industry. It is the executive
producer who accepts the
Emmy for best television show.
the FabJob Guide to Become a Television
Producer, you will discover the insider
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Even if you have no previous experience or education in TV production,
this guide will show you how
to get started in television and move up to a fab job as a producer.
guide's author is Gary Reynolds, an award-winning senior producer
who has helped beginners get hired at stations across the country.
The guide also includes insider advice from TV producers from
tell you what you need to break into this competitive industry, whether
you want to work on:
will learn what you need to know to get hired and move up to the
career of your dreams. The guide covers topics of vital importance
to anyone who wants to work in television, including:
to learn TV production (a degree is not required)
for beginners to get practical experience
to get an internship, including the
best places to intern
organizations you can join now that will help you make connections
and get a job
to beat the competition and get hired for your first job in television
that have the most potential for your future
tips on what to write in your cover letter and resume
to produce an outstanding demo reel as quickly as possible
to launch your career no matter what your background
not all. The guide also includes many useful resources plus
advice from producers
from Hollywood to MTV. You
will learn how they got started and their advice to help you break
into this career.
You will also learn the secrets of how producers of television
hits broke into the business and worked their way to the top. These
you can apply for
number one personality trait that will help you advance in your
list of TV stations
to take advantage of every opportunity
to get the job you really want
guide also shares valuable industry secrets and do's and don'ts from
people who hire producers.
(The Apprentice, The Restaurant, Survivor)
E. Kelley (The Practice, Ally McBeal, Boston Legal)
Bochco (NYPD Blue, L.A. Law, Hill Street Blues)
Carsey (3rd Rock from the Sun, The Cosby Show)
Murray (The Real World, The Simple Life, Making the Band)
Spelling (Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place)
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