Have you ever wanted a career in television? This guide will tell you what expect your first day on a production set, help you identify key roles and show you how to research how to contact production companies and networks you may be interested in working with.
Get answers to the following questions:
Who does what on a television show?
What should I expect my first day on set?
When will I get to pitch my ideas?
Where are all the jobs in television?
Why is it so hard to break in?
How can I contact a specific television or film crew?
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