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So You Want To Be A TV Star... By Aaron Shaffer
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Where should I intern? How do I get hired at a TV station? How many DVDs will it take? What happens in a TV interview? How do I negotiate my 1st contract? How do I succeed in my first... More > job? These questions and more will be answered by an author with enough knowledge to provide answers - and enough youth to still remember asking the same questions.< Less
So You Want To Be A TV Star... By Aaron Shaffer
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Where should I intern? How do I get hired at a TV station? How many DVDs will it take? What happens in a TV interview? How do I negotiate my 1st contract? How do I succeed in my first... More > job? These questions and more will be answered by an author with enough knowledge to provide answers - and enough youth to still remember asking the same questions.< Less
Legends of Kids TV - 2 By Garry Vaux
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Legends of Kids TV 2 is a second volume packed full of interviews with 45 stars from over 50 years of children’s television; writers, presenters, performers, singers, storytellers, voices and... More > those from behind the scenes and from under the desk! It guarantees explosions, monsters, royalty, West End stars, stupid deaths, time-travelling tales, bogies, aliens, funny stories and puppets galore as well as plenty of iconic faces which will have those childhood memories flooding back. All proceeds donated to charity.< Less
How to Attend TV Tapings By Movie Screenings.net
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HOW TO ATTEND FREE TV TAPINGS is a quick and concise reference guide to attending free TV tapings in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago. Learn the types of shows you can attend, quick facts regarding... More > applying and how to attend shows like Oprah, American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, The Price is Right, Live with Regis and Kelly and Saturday Night Live.< Less
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Sex It Up, Reality TV Show By Katherine Kane
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With over 20 different sex scenes, ‘Sex It Up, Reality TV Show’ is a behind the scenes look at a TV programme and all that goes on both behind and in front of the cameras. The idea for... More > the show came to Katherine Kane, producer and main character in the book, when she met Ian, a male porn star. The book follows them on a journey to new erotic horizons and sexual discoveries, as well as giving insight into the various phases and difficulties encountered during the production of a reality show. Readers get to follow auditions and the live final before the winner is announced.< Less
Vega$ - an unauthorized history of the 1970s television series By Remco Admiraal
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This book covers the conception of the television series Vega$, the casting and the locations. It is a story about the tight schedule of filming the episodes in the stifling Las Vegas heat. It is... More > also a story of Tony Curtis and Robert Urich ad libbing and improvising to catch the great interaction between Phillip Roth and Dan Tanna. Besides a detailed look at the stories and guest stars of each episode, this book contains photos from my personal collection of television memorabilia and merchandise from around the world.< Less
Moviebob's Idiot Box: The Television Writing of Bob Chipman By Bob Chipman
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They say we're living in the "Golden Age of Television," but critic and pop-culture commentator Bob Chipman isn't so sure - and in this collection of his TV reviews and articles he makes... More > his case. While other film writers binge Netflix and praise limited-run cable dramas, Chipman seeks the hidden depths in classic reruns, seeks the real appeal of episodic cop shows, mourns the end of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, skewers the sacred cows of South Park and renews his faith in The Simpsons. While perhaps best known as the creator and star of classic Web Video series like Escape to The Movies, The Big Picture and The Game OverThinker; Bob Chipman has also published numerous volumes of written reviews, commentaries, thinkpieces and features covering the worlds of film, television, video games and the broader breadth of popular culture. Now, through The MovieBob Anthology, a selection of his best work is yours to own - selected and organized by theme by Bob Chipman himself.< Less
Finding the Star By C L Bentham
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*Adult Romance. Due to sexual scenes and mature language, this book is recommended for readers 18+.* At fourteen, Jessica Tunney’s world crumbled. Waking from a coma after a car accident, she... More > was told her dad had not survived it. He was everything to Jessica. Whilst waking from her coma, the song ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’ came to her - the song her dad sang to her. He always said that her mam was his Twinkle star, and that one day she would find her star. Now twenty-five, she is still trying to find what she is looking for, with sometimes disastrous, sometimes humorous, results. But, there is one man she craves, an actual real life star, a TV star…Brendon Bratt. She travels to London to meet him, and once there, she also meets TV and movie actor Seth Daniels. She instantly feels drawn to him. But does being with Seth come with too many consequences? Jessica’s heart broke when she lost her dad, could Seth be the next one to do it? Or after her search of finding the star, has she finally found him?< Less
1000 Facts about TV Show Vol. 1 By James Egan
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In 24, Jack Bauer kills 309 people over nine days. The United Nations held a meeting to discuss the show, Battlestar Galactica. The Big Chicken that Peter Griffin fights in Family Guy is called... More > Ernie. Although Michael Jackson starred in The Simpsons, his singing was performed by an impersonator. No two zombies in The Walking Dead have the same design. Eminem's favourite show is The Wire. Tony Sirico plays Paulie in The Sopranos. He used to be a real mobster. William Shatner became homeless after Star Trek was cancelled. Tom Cruise wanted to appear in an episode of South Park until the show started making fun of him. Parks and Recreation was supposed to be a spin-off of The Office. The cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air were certain that Will Smith would get fired because he kept messing up his lines. The X-Files was one of the first shows to be heavily advertised on the Internet. When the dragons scream in Game of Thrones, the sound effects are from a tortoise.< Less