Wait A Second, You’re an Actor?

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For the past few days, I’ve been helping out a friend who is casting a webseries for a major studio network. Before I tell you my curmudeongly observations, I must first offer you semi-satiating disclosure. At one point in my life, I would have given my left arm to be in that casting room, reading […]

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Good. Fast. Cheap.

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It was my second week of working in television when I first heard the phrase: “Good. Fast. Cheap. You can have any two.” I’m not sure exactly where the quote comes from (a Google search will turn it up “Author Unknown”), but I quickly learned it is used as a mantra in television. In fact, I heard it uttered no less than a dozen times in my first few weeks of work.

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Booking the Unicorn

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In many ways, working in television is no different than being a project manager, a communications manager, or a preschool teacher. Why? All of these jobs involve taking a wildly creative idea, streamlining it into a cohesive, concise story, and then doing everything it takes to make it come to life.

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