Six Years in Los Angeles

Six Years in Los Angeles

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Six years ago, I graduated from San Francisco State University with a B.A. in Television Production and moved to Los Angeles to “break in.”
Which Shows Have You Liked and Disliked the Most

Q&A: Which Shows Have You Liked and Disliked the Most?

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Every show has had its ups and downs. The moments that I disliked the most have nothing to do with the content or quality of the shows themselves.
What Got You into Producing TV Shows

Q&A: What Got You into Producing TV Shows?

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When I was in high school I took a graphic arts class that was taught by a guy who used to work at the local FOX television station.
What Is the Most Challenging Thing to Do as a TV Producer

Q&A: What Is the Most Challenging Thing to Do as a TV Producer?

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The most challenging thing to do as a television producer is to balance all of the different personalities and interests coming together on a project.
What Is Your Proudest Accomplishment

Q&A: What Is Your Proudest Accomplishment?

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It may sound silly, especially after you read the list of shows I’ve worked on, but my proudest accomplishment is graduating from college.
Staying Late Does NOT Make You a Better Producer

Staying Late Does NOT Make You a Better Producer

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For many who work in entertainment, there is a misconception that staying late makes you a better producer.
Favorite Promotional Techniques

Q&A: What Are Your Favorite Promotional Techniques?

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Personally, I think our film and television shows have the greatest reach when they are targeting a specific community.
Get Work Noticed by Investors and Talent Agencies

Q&A: What Resources Are Available to Get Work Noticed by Investors and Talent Agencies?

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This question is growing more important as the internet is increasingly giving platform to content creators living outside of the LA and NYC bubble.
How Would an Up-And-Coming Production Company Prove Return on Investment

Q&A: How Would an Up-And-Coming Production Company Prove Return on Investment?

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This is a million-dollar question. If you are specifically trying to prove to investors that there will be a return on investment, you have two options.