How to Get Your Foot in the Door: Television Hosting and Presenting

How to Get Your Foot in the Door: Television Hosting and Presenting

by Barbara Barna Abel

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Overview

If you want to be an on-camera TV host, this book will help you to take that desire and mix it with goals, an action plan, training, and discipline to become good at hosting on camera and ultimately paid to do it or to drive your business.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157509552
Publisher: Barbara Barna Abel
Publication date: 04/04/2017
Series: How to Get Your Foot in the Door , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Barbara Barna Abel has been helping people get on television for more than 25 years and has cast over 100 unscripted/alternative projects since launching her own talent development company in 2001.

Barbara started in entertainment as music director of her college radio station (KSPC, Claremont, CA) and making tea for powerhouse ‘80s musical acts like Culture Club and Human League as the first college intern for Virgin Records UK. After stints in music management, Barbara gained her comedy chops at APA in Los Angeles working the phones for legendary and visionary talent agent Marty Klein before merging her backgrounds in music and talent at VH1 where she ran the Talent Development department in New York for several years.

Barbara has a reputation for recognizing new and emerging talent, discovering or giving early breaks to: Adam Richman, Amy Schumer, Bert Kreischer, Carson Kressley, Chrissy Teigen, Clinton Kelly, Jake Tapper, Jeff Probst, Ted Allen, Thom Felicia and Wayne Brady…

Whether casting, media training, private coaching or leading a class, Barbara believes passionately that everyone has a unique story to tell.

Outside of the office, Barbara lives with her husband and two teenage children in Brooklyn, New York. She’s a dedicated reader, New York Rangers fan and watches a vast amount of television. She has raised funds to start five banks through FINCA’s Village Banking program and is a New York City High School mentor with iMentor.

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