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WHAT IS A GOOD SHOW? (Pitching 101)

Touré Roberts

Monday, July 30, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)

WHAT IS A GOOD SHOW? (Pitching 101)

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Presented in association with The Merge Summit, Austyn Biggers (Sr. Director of Development at BET Networks) brings his "C's of Pitching" Seminar to the ARC.

Learn the ART of pitching and how to turn your IDEA into a SHOW by understanding distributor needs and delivering projects that can actually SELL.
Further Q&A includes topics such as:

  • Branding yourself as well as your projects
  • Getting in the Door when the Door is Closed
  • Who and What to attach to your Show
  • You've pitched, now what?

Austyn Biggers is the senior director of development for BET Networks, where he is involved in all facets of original series development and production. His BET credits include overseeing “Baldwin Hills,” “College Hill,” “Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is,” “First In,” “Being Terry Kennedy,” and most recently, “Born To Dance: Laurieann Gibson.” Previously, Austyn was the VP of development for SokoLobl Entertainment. He also provided freelance development, casting, and production services for other production companies and networks including Go Go Luckey, Ripe Digital, Ryan Seacrest Productions, E! and MTV, and served as talent producer on several shows branding A-List talent.

PLEASE NOTE: Seats are on a first come, first servce basis.

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Artist Resource Center
11039 McCormick St
Los Angeles, CA 91601

Monday, July 30, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)

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