I’ve been helping them re-edit their sizzle reels, rewrite their one-sheets, practice their pitches and in some cases, even really re-evaluate and figure out what it is they’re actually trying to pitch (i.e.: existing footage to be re-purposed or translated for other territories, themselves as a host or segment guestpert, a replicatable format, or a show they want a financier or distributor to commit to develop or co-produce).
To that end, there are some past blogs that have been helpful to many, so I thought I’d share ‘em with you all (in some cases, again):
- Story Selling: The Art of Pitching
- The Do’s and Don’t’s of Reality Show Pitch Proposals
- Where Should I Pitch My TV Show?
And here’s a Brown Bag Lunch video interview I did with NATPE a couple of years ago (during the one month I thought I’d try being burnette! 😉 Wasn’t my best look – but the content is good!)