Get on TV

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Hodder & Stoughton, 2010 - Performing Arts - 286 pages
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Wife Swap and Survivor require a psych test, audience members may find themselves at the receiving end of Graham or Ellen's wit, shiny fabrics should be avoided on camera--all there is to know about landing a spot on TV   From tips on becoming a Good Morning America audience member to protocol for following up on an application to The Real World or Wheel of Fortune, this reference offers all the information necessary to find, apply for, and take part in reality shows, game shows, or talk shows. It provides practical advice from industry insiders on what to say in an application, how to audition, what to expect, and how to cope with life before, during, and after the 15 minutes of fame.

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About the author (2010)

Katherine Lapworth was a producer in both television and radio at the BBC for six years. She is a founding member of Media Maverick, the sister company to Maverick Television, and she has researched and co-written a number of high-profile television tie-ins.

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