Posts Tagged ‘producer’

The Junkies

Whew! That’s what I said when my in-studio visit with the Sports Junkies was over. I had heard horror but funny stories from previous gal pals who were guests. In the end actually thought the guys: EB, JP, Lurch and Cakes were true gentlemen (attractive too).  I learned that dandruff is still a big problem and I dig accents from Baltimore. All in all it was a ton of fun and I’m thankful for the invite. It was also nice to see Mike Wise stop in to during the show. Special thanks to Executive Producer Bret and WUSA photographer Kevin King. Did you miss it? Now worries… check out their podcast which includes both segments. Tune in to the WUSA9 Morning Show Tuesday to see a recap of the visit.

LISTEN: In studio with The Junkies PT1
LISTEN: In studio with The Junkies PT2

Watch our visit to the Junks

 

 

Who goes home?

All I can say is that Producer Lauren Corbut has got some style.

Correspondents Dinner

Journalists from all networks .. national and international, print and radio turned out for the annual Correspondents Dinner at the Washington Convention Center. WUSA had a nice little table too. I have to say Rep. Anthony Weiner and The Daily Show’s Larry Wilmore both killed it on stage— and anyone who’s been to these dinners know– this is one crowd that’s tough to crack.

Lindsey Mastis, Mike Hydeck, Anny Hong, Gary Nurenberg, Angie Goff and Ellen Scott.

Nancy Cordes and producer John Nolen

Brianna Keilar in a great Shoshanna dress.

My Dress… another creation by Elizabeth St. John


AMP Wrap: Creating your own reality show & Harpo Pres on 'Next' Oprah

It was the meeting of the mega media minds!

VIDEO: Click for coverage of AMP Summit on WUSA9

I had the chance to interview the utmost charming Erik Logan, President of Harpo Studios. Logan was part of a power panel talking about the impact of digital media a the AMP Summit (Activism+Media+Politics). I fielded questions from my facebook friends for the TV Exec and he answered!

PHOTOS: Gallery from AMP Summit 2010

Will there ever be another Oprah & will the Obamas appear on one of her last shows? Also below check out the one on one with reality TV producer king Bill Pruitt. He talks about using digital media to advance your own activism, cause by creating your ‘own’ show.  Read more of the story at wusa9.com

Interview with Bill Pruitt

'DC Cupcakes' Premier, Creator Talks Pitchin' Your Biz

 From representing Georgetown Cupcake to landing it it’s own show…  4-time Emmy Award winning producer Terence Noonan wows Washington with insider secrets to getting your biz media buzz.

WATCH: Terence Noonan Speaks to NACE

For 2 hours he captivated a sold-out crowd from the National Association of Catering Executives giving them the skinny to selling their brand and getting media exposure.

In addition to working on special projects Terence is currently the  Supervising Producer of The Dr. Oz Show. Below, we asked my boy ‘T’ to share some of his top tips with OMG. You’ll want to print this out.

In other news, look for the launch of his new show ‘DC Cupcakes’  will air Friday July 16th!

Terence’s Top 3 Tips to Getting Your Biz on TV:

Tip #1: In three sentences or less, write out who you are and what you have to offer that is unique from what is already out there.

Tip #2:  Spend one week watching local and national TV– like from WUSA9 to The Today Show to Ellen. Educate yourself . Make a youtube video of yourself showing your expertise in action- let the power of the internet work for you. Insider Secret: Dr. Oz staff scours the internet when looking for potential guests for The Dr. Oz Show. 

Tip #3: Write up 3 pitches. Make sure they have a hook and think visual.  It’s all about the tease.. so fill in the blank when thinking of your pitch: “When we come back ___________” 

BONUS:  Come up with 3 stories form your life that you can use for interviews. Being a ‘relatable’ guest will make you more appealing to producers and the people booking the shows.

Follow Terence on Twitter @TVTerence

Miley Cyrus, 16 Lap Dances with 44 Year Old

I’m debating whether or not to run this during my morning segment. We know Miley Cyrus enjoys a party in the USA but there’s just something wrong with this. 

According to TMZ this went down at Miley’s wrap party for her movie The Last Song, which Adam Shankman (the man she’s dancing with who is openly gay) produced.

OMG 3/24/10: Show-n-Tell Debuts in DC

WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA)–  Oh My GOFFAngie Goff interviews producer and Dr. Oz contributor Stepp Stewart on his new show Show-n-Tell: A Classroom Musical.  The colorful, upbeat show for all ages premiered in Washington D.C. at the Duke Ellington Theatre. Stewart tells Angie he was inspired to create “clean music” for children, something he has found lacking in contemporary theater.

Dr. Oz Show: Stepp It Up

Tickets to see ‘Show-n-Tell’ are still available. Performances are at the Duke Ellington Theatre March 24th at 10AM and 7PM. Buy your tickets online.

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