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“NEW MEXICO MEDIA MAKERS” SHOW HOST CASTING CALL

Posted by on August 1, 2012 | Comments Off on “NEW MEXICO MEDIA MAKERS” SHOW HOST CASTING CALL

Magic Salad Productions is casting for a television show host for a weekly episodic interview show called New Mexico Media Makers. Host should have strong foundation and knowledge of the film, television and new media industry in New Mexico. Journalism background a plus. Host will be responsible for creating, directing and carrying an interview conversation within a precisely timed half hour television format using teleprompter, three cameras with tricaster and floor director cues.

Casting Call

When: Monday, August 13, 2012
Time: Afternoon by appointment
Where: UPublic Studio, 519 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque

“New Mexico Media Makers”
Genre – Television Interview/Profile Show

Host: A non-union person with excellent interview and conversational skills who can write and improvise intelligent, thought-provoking questions and possesses confidence and a friendly attitude. Good foundation and knowledge of film/media industry in New Mexico preferred and journalism or television background a plus. Ability to use teleprompter, three camera set and floor director cues will be assessed.

Produced by Magic Salad Productions
Casting: Shelley Carney
Producers: Shelley Carney & Mark Cormack

No anticipated pay for first season. Credit, craft service and bonus upon completion of filming first season of 13 episodes. This show will provide exposure and promotion through distribution on public access television in the Albuquerque and Santa Fe markets as well as across the state and country.

Please contact Shelley Carney at shelleycarney@yahoo.com with headshot and resume for audition appointment.

via the Albuquerque Film Office

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Picture of the day: Daily Variety Updates #NMFilm Stats

Posted by on August 1, 2012 | Comments Off on Picture of the day: Daily Variety Updates #NMFilm Stats

“A 90-minute flight from Los Angeles. An average of 300 days a year of sunshine. A 25% tax rebate.

For 10 years, that combination — along with a responsive film office headed up by a longtime locations expert — helped transform New Mexico into one of the country’s hot spots for filmmaking. What could go wrong?

A lot, as it turns out….” –Variety

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