TV Pitch Tips
Weekly Television Training Audio Postcards
Emailed to You
We get calls every day from people just like you who want to learn how to pitch their shows. We know you don’t have a lot of time, so we developed these weekly TV Pitch Tips Audio Postcards.
Every week we will deliver to your inbox an audio postcard which answers another question sent to us by you and other clients. You can listen to these any time you want, as often as you like. You can even download the MP3 files and listen to the postcards on your iPod.
TV Industry experts and people who have sold their shows reveal to you their:
- Jealously-Guarded Secrets
Here is just a small sampling of the questions we answer for you each week:
- What do I bring to a pitch?
- How do I protect my show ideas from being stolen?
- How do I get pitch meetings without an agent?
- Can I sell my show if I don’t live in Los Angeles?
- Do I need a pilot to pitch my idea?
- Can I pitch more than one idea in a pitch meeting?
- Will I be involved with my show after a network buys it?
- How do you find out who to pitch to?
- How do I land sponsors for my show?
- Do I need an attorney present at my pitch?
- How many episodes should I develop or write before I pitch?
- Should I try to start my show online?
- How can I find out what the networks are looking for?
- How can I find a good agent or entertainment attorney?
- How do you make money once you sell your show?
- Should I produce a pilot for my pitch?
- Is it better to have sponsors attached when I pitch my show?
(you won’t believe this answer)
- Should I find sponsors for my show?
Imagine getting insider Hollywood tips each week, month after month, from your own mentor.
You will also hear from other industry experts as:
Amber Lawson – VP Production, National Lampoon
Scott Fishman – SpikeTV Executive
Rick Feldman – President of NATPE, National Association of Television Program Executives
Cassie Yde – President of The Television Syndication Company
Creators of “South Park”
These audio recordings are up to 12 minutes long each. You get detailed information every week that will help you to sell your show. Plus we give you relevant links each week to help you find what you need.
PLUS, you will receive relevant links and samples to help you in selling your show.
Claim your private access to weekly audio postcard TV pitch tips with TV experts Mark & Jeanne Simon who answer your questions about selling TV shows.
NATPE, the National Assoc. of Television Programming Executives, posted this sample of our TV Pitch Tips on their site. (unfortunately the discount shown is for an old offer) Here’s a quick sample for you:
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