There are several essential ingredients you'll need to make it in television production.  A certain somethin'somethin' you must have that makes you  stick-to-it no matter what.  One of the key ingredients is never take 'no' as the final answer.  Get the job done - whatever...

Social media experts have devised a formula for success on twitter: 70% sharing information with others, 20% engaging in conversation and 10% promotion.  I’ve never been one to follow rules – it’s  not that I generally work outside convention, but when I hear the words...

Every once in a while the DP of choice becomes the DP Diva, and then the shoot becomes absolute agony. Speaking from personal experience, it’s a situation that makes you want to open up a yogurt stand and forget you were ever involved with television...

You’re the producer, your reputation is on the line, your job is on the line, and your head is on the chopping block.  Because if something’s not working on the set;  food, wardrobe, art direction, camera, sound, or anything else, you’re going to hear about...

Producing an on-camera interview is like having a conversation.  It should be easy and enjoyable for both you and the person you’re interviewing.  I remember producing my first on-camera interview.  When I think about it I get shutters.  I wasn’t as prepared as I should...