Beginners Guide

Standing Out During a Casting Interview

There is no doubt that you are not the only one auditioning and being interviewed, but what makes you stand out? How do you know what to do to be original? How do you go about being different during an interview but still act professional? You need to know these tips on how to stand out and be different while …

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How To Make A Good First Impression

Intentionally or not, folks always look forward to the impression you leave them with. This is because impressions help people establish certain kinds of relationship with you. So, if the impressions you leave on people determine how they want to relate with you, it must be quite obvious now why you should make a good first impression. This doesn’t necessarily …

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Forget About Finding Yourself and Start Creating Yourself

I just figured that I might be a slow learner, or maybe not, but I do like to break stuff down especially when they are life topics. Hence, I feel the need to draw a contrast between finding and creating. In simple terms finding would mean seeking something you had but lost momentarily, and creating would mean making something you …

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Real or Unscripted? The Debate Goes On…

When discussing reality shows people holds different views. While reality TV productions claim pure “unscripted” reality in their shows, contestants and viewers consider reality TV nothing less than a scripted drama. Having said that, let’s see whether reality TV shows are real or are they merely scripted just like daily soaps & sitcoms. It may vary from show to show …

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Do Looks Matter?

Reality TV remains one of the most popular genres of programming within pop culture. Well known shows like The Real World, Big Brother, Survivor and America’s Next Top Model invite audiences to explore life outside of typical syndication, where the action isn’t scripted. The results are undeniably entertaining. However, do looks matter when it comes to Reality TV? Reality shows …

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Questions Not To Ask During an Audition For Reality TV

Reality Television has become one of the most popular forms of television in media today. It is the projection of people’s lives in real or fabricated situation, which can range from documentary style informative shows, game shows, entertainment shows based on the lives of the reality TV actors, contest, adventure programs, talent auditioning, housing shows, shows which outline the inner …

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How To Create a Successful Reality TV Show

The first thing to realize is that the term “unscripted” is deceptive. No, we don’t write pages of dialogue, but we do create formats, cast people based on character traits and edit scenes to tell a powerful, intriguing tale. In short, we are storytellers just like you. We just get there a little differently. So with the caveat that no …

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How To Balance Your Personal and Work Life

Both work life and personal life are demanding. But it’s important and of great advantage to strike a balance between them. For a good number of people, it has been a major challenge trying to balance their personal and work life. Like I stated earlier, personal and work life are both demanding. Let’s say you’re a nursing mother and at …

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Keeping Private During the Casting Process

If you are thinking about taking part in a reality TV show, one of the most important things to consider is your personal life. Quite often reality TV stars have to deal with their personal life being splashed across the news and social media. With more people than ever on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more it’s easier than ever to …

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How to Juggle Casting Opportunities in Different Cities

Reality Television or Reality TV is becoming very popular drawing large audiences wherever they are being staged and in any language or in any discipline that the relevant program would be aired. It has become a practice which is also paying rich dividends when they are staged in different cities in whichever country it may be conducted and with diversity …

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