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The Greenhouse Studio w/guest Emmy-winning producer Harry Friedman–SOLD OUT
Sun, March 5, 2017, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM PST
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The Greenhouse Studio
Special Guest: Harry Friedman, Emmy-winning producer
Hosted by: Actor & Producer Shun Lee
WHEN: Sunday, March 5, 2017 • 7 pm - 9:30 pm
WHERE: CBS Studio Center, 4024 Radford Ave., Studio City, Room MPR-9
COST: Donations Encouraged • RSVP Required
The next Greenhouse Studio is coming up soon! Our guest this month is Harry Friedman, the Emmy-winning producer of Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!. He's going to share all the things it takes to have a long-lasting and world-changing career in Hollywood. You don't want to miss it, so register now!
Harry Friedman is the executive producer of the two most enduring and successful syndicated programs of all time: Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!. He is one of television's most prolific producers, and his success is marked by his ability to maintain the traditions of both long-running shows while tweaking each just enough to keep them current and on the cutting edge. His work on both shows has earned him several Emmy Awards and three Guinness World Records titles, including the record for the most Emmy Award wins by a game show producer. He was the first producer ever to win two Emmys in the same category in a tie with himself. He is an inductee in the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame, the 2007 winner of the prestigious Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award, and a 2012 Daily Variety Daytime TV Impact Honoree. Harry is known for staying ahead of the curve with innovative game elements and incorporating the latest technology. Throughout his career, he has worked on other game shows, including Hollywood Squares, Gambit, and High Rollers. He carries other writing and producing credits on a wide range of programming, including network primetime specials, documentaries, and home entertainment, and is a member of the Writers Guild of America-West and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
The Greenhouse Studio is open and free of charge any and all creative professionals, although your registration is required, and a donation is suggested and very much appreciated. Donations can be made at the door or here at our Eventbrite registration page.
IMPORTANT: Because this event is on the studio lot, you must register before 5 p.m. on Friday, March 3, 2017, so that we can get you on the CBS Studios security list. Each guest should register separately and with his/her own full name. Because we are anticipating a full house for this event, preference will be given to people who have either attended a Greenhouse event before or who are actively in the creative industries. To attend, please register with your full name here at Eventbrite!
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
There are some good folks at the CBS Security Gate who will check to make sure you're on their security list, so bring a government-issued photo ID with you to show 'em. A driver's license or passport will work; your headshot won't. There's no age limit – you can be as old as you want. Heck, you can even lie about your age if you want, although we don't really see the point. Young'uns can come, but we will be filming this event, so if they get squirrelly, we respectfully ask that you take them outside. Same goes for your spouse – we know they can get a little squirrelly too.
What are my parking options getting to the event?
The folks at the security gate will direct you to where you should park, but since it is the weekend, typically you can park anywhere that doesn't say it is reserved "24/7". Please obey all rules for handicapped parking, such as: "Don't do it if you're not." And it ain't a bad idea to arrive a few minutes early in case you have to walk from your parking spot to the event building. Please do NOT park in the neighborhoods surrounding the CBS Studio lot – due to circumstances beyond our control, that infraction may get you towed.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can get any questions answered at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember: as the event gets closer, we all get busier with event details, so it takes a little longer to respond to emails. We give ourselves an "E" for effort though. That's the beauty of being able to grade yourself.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nah, let's save some trees. With a name like "The Greenhouse," we should probably be concerned about things like that. Of course, if you do bring the printed ticket, there are plenty of uses for it. Go up to our host Shun Lee and ask for his autograph. He'll look puzzled, but we're pretty sure he'll do it. We understand it is worth something on eBay.