The Media Maven Series: Finally Get the Green Light on Your TV Pilot

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Q: Why did you start the TV Pilot Breakthrough? 
A: I started the Media Maven Series launching with TV Pilot Breakthrough to help individuals who are diving into the TV making industry. Thanks to digital media and the internet more people are opting into the independent pool. Only they are diving in head first without testing the waters. Yes, it is getting easier and cheaper to create TV pilots and or sizzle reels, but a level of skill and professionalism is still required to ensure a level of standards and high quality. Especially if you're seeking to pitch your project to investors and or the television network executives.  

Q: Who should attend the event?
A: Entrepreneurs, small business owners, artists, TV/Film students... anyone who is serious about taking their video project or brand to the next level.

Q: What aspect of the workshop are you most excited about?
A: I am most excited about showcasing the actually TV pilot that got picked up by a network within 24 hours. Attendees will be able to see for themselves why the 15 minute pilot won the attention of a green-lighting executive. We will dissect the pilot element by element for a real hands on treat!

Q: How can our users sign up to attend, or get involved?
A: For those in the DMV area they can purchase tixs at and for those in the Detroit area
Use promotional code ProductionHub and receive 15% off!

Q:What's next for 2014?
A: The Media Maven Series will continue with bigger events with an all female celebrity expert panel coming in March to Atlanta!

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