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How to Sell Yourself as a TV Expert or Presenter

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HOW TO DEVELOP AND PITCH IDEAS FOR TV

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June 30th 2016  in  London

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How to Sell Yourself as a TV Expert or Presenter – Join Our Seminar on March 31st 2016!

 Small seminar
Practical advice 
Highly experienced and qualified speakers
March 31st 2016 – Soho, London location – from 18.30 to 21.00 hours

 

“Priceless and essential to anyone considering work in TV as an expert”

“I was engaged from beginning to end and I am leaving with a whole list of things to work on. I feel inspired to take my work on to the next level”

“If you have not got a clue on how to get onto TV this is a brilliant starting place.” Darryl Bertie, The electrician

 

Fern-Britton-and-Phillip--001Award-winning former Editor of ITV’s ‘THIS MORNING’ – and producer of the likes of Fern Britton, Phillip Schofield, Alan Titchmarsh, Eamonn Homes, Lorraine Kelly, Martin Lewis and many more on-screen talent – tells all on how to market yourself as a TV presenter or Expert in the media.
The seminar provides honest, practical advice along with contacts AND a one-time only offer to provide FREE on-going support via email after the event.

 

vickie-whitePLUS – MEET THE AGENT!  Vicki White, owner of White Management Talent Agency will also be attending to answer your questions about how to find and sell yourself to an agent.  Vicki started her career in TV production and successfully moved into representing talent on screen,and developing new TV formats for them. Her clients include Anthea Turner, David Gest and Bobby Davro. 

AND – all proceeds from the event will be going to charity.

 

AND FINALLY – YOU GET A DISCOUNT!

 

Because you found us on our website you get a discount option. When booking simply click on the Enter Promotional Code link you’ll see top right of page and enter the following code to get £15 off the full General Admission price.  The numbers are being strictly limited to around 14 people maximum to ensure everyone gets tailored advice.

 

Discount Code:  WTWITV2016

SO… don’t delay book your ticket today!  Follow the link below to buy tickets:

 

How to Sell Yourself as a TV Expert or Presenter Seminar 

 

Do you have an expertise? Would you like to develop your expert profile in the media? Not just in television but also in print media and online. Your passion and knowledge of your subject could be very valuable to a TV producer.

Are you a TV Presenter with an area of expertise or a passion for a particular subject looking to get exposure in the media?

This event is suited to anyone interested in being a TV presenter, or an expert in the media including potential corporate spokespeople. It covers:

 

  • How to market yourself to media editors, inc TV, print & online
  • How to write a compelling professional biography 
  • What makes a TV Expert and how to turn your passion into an expertise 
  • How to pitch yourself – Presenter v Expert 
  • Why ideas matter and how to use them to market yourself
  • How to raise your profile as an expert in all media – print, TV & radio
  • Finding an agent and how to contact producers & editors

 

The session will include practical exercises and there will be an opportunity for Q&A so we can cover your individual situations.

 

On this event only we are also offering free follow-up advice via email to all attendees after the event.

 

The event is run by an experienced Media Editor and Executive Producer:

 

Siubhan (Shu) Richmond has been Producer, Editor and Executive Producer on ITV’s flagship daytime show, ‘This Morning’. During her time she won the show a National Television Award and two TV Quick awards. Shu has also developed feature ideas and programmes for Channel 4, Channel 5 and Sky. Shu has vast experience of producing and managing presenters and experts including Fern Britton, Phillip Schofield, Alan Titchmarsh, Angela Griffin, John Leslie, Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsford, Lorraine Kelly, Richard & Judy, money expert Martin Lewis, Paul McKenna and many more.

Any questions please contact:  shu@wanttoworkintelevision.com

Testimonials from our last event:

“Priceless and essential to anyone considering work in TV as an expert”

“I was engaged from beginning to end and I am leaving with a whole list of things to work on. I feel inspired to take my work on to the next level”

“If you have not got a clue on how to get onto TV this is a brilliant starting place.” Darryl Bertie, The Electrician

“Great event. Extremely useful insight into how to crack into the TV industry as an expert.” Natalie Coles, Animal Welfare Expert

“Shu’s generosity sharing her extensive expertise with those breaking into the media – a rare find” Rachel Mullins, Presenter

“Thoroughly enjoyed the event – lots of helpful tips” Lorraine Flaherty

“Shu delivered an absolutely fabulous half day event. It was full of very informative material on how to become a TV expert from what qualities you need, how to approach it, who to approach and how to come up with the ideas and more. I highly recommend this course with these fabulous experts in their field.” Nicci Roscoe, Confidence Coach, Fabulous Impact

“Thank you for all the incredibly valuable information and being so approachable and willing to share your knowledge skills and experience.” Dr Eva, Eva Detko

“Very relevant, useful course; plenty of insider tips and practical information to help get your foot in the door of the media world”

All proceeds will be going to The Genesis Research Trust, run by Professor Lord Robert Winston, which funds research into the health of mothers and babies – from miscarriage and infertility to premature births and female cancers. Shu will be cycling with Fern Britton in a 360 mile challenge through the Highlands of Scotland in May this year.

fern cycle

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