Ever dream of being a TV Star? New Mexico CW and My50 TV can make your dreams come true!
If you think you have what it takes to be an on-air representative for New Mexico CW and My50 TV, and have the video and people skills to back it up, apply for this position!
The CW & MY50 Star is the face and talent for New Mexico CW (KWBQ-TV) and MY50 TV (KASY-TV). The Star will represent both stations. The position is a full time position, with some weekend and evening events. The Star must be professional in the way they handle themselves in representing the stations with the client and the public.
JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for day-to-day station and website marketing development and production of stations¹ promotional announcements.
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:
Motivate viewers to watch the station and visit the station¹s website through station promotion.
Write, produce, light, shoot, and edit station promotional announcements.
Maintain a fun, collaborative and effective work environment.
Produce news topicals, image campaigns, and more.
Proficiency in television production and post-production.
Ability to write, produce, shoot, and edit.
Proficient in computer software application (ex: Final Cut Pro, ENPS, Adobe Photoshop).
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Education/Experience: Bachelor¹s degree with at least 2 years television promotions experience.
Training/Equipment: Computer with editing software.
Work Environment/Physical Requirements: High stress environment with deadline pressures.
Looking for Background, all ages & ethnicities. Also looking for real nurses, police, firefighters, paramedic and amputees. If you are for example a real nurse, in the subject pls put NURSE.
If you are interested, submit ALL information as requested.
Refer to Contact Us Page to see what the perfect submission contains in the email.
Submit, ALL within the one email:
your name, contact number (cell is best), current photo (color only), height, weight, age range, year, make, model & color of your vehicle, your availability and where you live (not your address) ie ABQ.
As I told you here, the television mini-series “Dig”, starring Jason Isaacs and Anne Heche, is headed to NM. Well now Lorrie Latham casting is gearing up to hire men and women to work as background actors on the production.
The series follows an FBI agent (Isaacs) stationed in Jerusalem who, while investigating a murder of a young female archaeologist, uncovers a conspiracy 2000 years in the making.
The production will be filming in the Albuquerque area this October and November.
***These are paid positions***
To be considered, register for free at www.lathamcasting.com or send an email to digbackground[at]gmail.com with your contact information, height, weight and a current color photograph (taken from the shoulders up) – No hats, sunglasses, cell phone “selfies” or other obstructions when submitting a photos.
In what’s been described as “The Voice” meets “The Apprentice”, the brand new competition based reality show, “The Producer” seeks to unearth BIG TALENT from small town New Mexico.
Friday May 16, Vocalists, Songwriters and other entertainment industry enthusiasts & watchers are invited to take a peek into the Albuquerque based production, which promises hopefuls a shot at their very own recording deal.
The show will start accepting online contestant submissions on June 1, 2014. But all are welcome to get inside info this Friday by attending a Sneak Peek in downtown Albuquerque.
French record producer, music conductor, musical arranger, film composer and musician Jean-Michel Soupraya and show host, Corine Lewis are expected to be on hand Friday when hopefuls turnout for a head start on this road to stardom. If it is your time to shine, show up at noon, dressed to impress and be camera ready.
Who: Singers, Song Writers & Entertainment industry enthusiasts
If you can sing or write songs, you are invited to meet “The Producer”.
Show producer, Jim Burleson tells OHI that the show does not have any age limit or experience restrictions.
“The Producer” will film over 13 weeks – from the time the production selects 20 finalists, to the finale, when one winner will be awarded a recording deal. All competition filming will take place in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The show will air on an undisclosed, national cable channel in the Spring of 2015.
Follow the action and get into it here. Official website coming soon.
If you or anyone you know have the look to pull of a photo double for either of these actors please send in your photo, first and last name, your age, height and weight to robertbaxtercasting[at]gmail.com ASAP.
Title your email, “Manhattan Photo Double for 3/29″.
From the main entrance off of St. Michael’s Drive, follow the “Robert Redford/Milagro” signs. You’ll see a building with silver letters, “THE FILM SCHOOL.” Enter the building and Midthunder Casting is the first office on your right
Building #15 on Campus Map “Garson Communications”: http://www.santafeuniversity.edu/About/VisitUs/CampusMap.aspx
1) Recent photo(s) no larger than 2 MB
2) Full name
4) Native American tribal affiliation
6) Your level of training/ability in horseback riding, bareback riding, stunts and simulated combat/weaponry
7) City and state where you reside
8) Phone number
UPDATE: LONGMIRE CASTING CALL FOR THE NICEST FEMALE LEGS IN NEW MEXICO FOR A SCENE NEXT WEEK THAT SHOWS JUST A GREAT PAIR OF LEGS. IF THIS IS YOU PLEASE SEND A RECENT PHOTO TO robertbaxtercasting[at]gmail.com.
MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN:
Women 12 – 20 years old for a Girl’s Ranch scene next week.
Two REAL Paramedics for Friday March 28th.
Three Men to play Deputy Sheriffs
ALSO Robert Baxter needs a Male who speaks fluent RUSSIAN for a featured role.
From the Associated Press: A decade after Albuquerque’s mayor banned “Cops” from filming in New Mexico’s largest city, the reality show is returning.
But this time, it is partnering with the county. And a spokeswoman for current Mayor Richard Berry made it clear the city still wants no part in the show that follows officers making drug busts and responding to calls in mostly run-down, crime-ridden neighborhoods.
Bernalillo County Sheriff Dan Houston said Thursday that the show will begin filming with his department in April for its 26th season, to air this summer.
One of television’s original reality shows, “Cops” used to film Albuquerque police officers. But former Mayor Martin Chavez put an end to that partnership more than a decade ago, saying the show portrayed the city in a bad light.
A spokeswoman for current Mayor Richard Berry says the city was not approached about participating when the production returns.
“Had we been,” said Erin Thompson, “Mayor Berry has made it clear that he would have declined, as he is concentrating his efforts on opportunities to highlight Albuquerque as a center of innovation, arts and diversity which we believe will bring consistently positive attention to Albuquerque as a model place to live and do business. ”
While the show has become one of the longest-running in U.S. history, it has over the years drawn fire from critics who say it shows street crime without putting it in a broader context of contributing social conditions.
Houston said the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department is excited to be part of the show. It’s a great way to showcase the county’s high quality deputies, he said.
The Albuquerque Police Department, meantime, is struggling to repair its reputation. The department currently is under a U.S. Justice Department civil rights investigation into allegations of excessive force and three dozen shootings by officers since 2010.
Pre Walter White, pre billboards and bus benches, Saul Goodman was a wee McGill, and hopefully the television watching world is just dying to know how he came to be the guy who knows a guy, “who knows a guy…”
The many open ended backstory possibilities for everyone’s favorite criminal lawyer are set to be showcased in the new AMC show dubbed “Better Call Saul”. All summer long Bad fans had been watching and waiting for word from show creator Vince Gillagan and AMC Television for the verdict on the prospective spin-off.
That word came last month, as Baddies were bracing to say goodbye to the series that spawned the Peter Gould created character. Recent reports from the top point to a dark toned series replete with that twisted Saul Goodman humor and wit.
Many of us New Mexicans have been on the edge of our seat, waiting and wondering when the thumbs up, or down would finally pop-out, indicating whether or not the production would take root here where Breaking Bad called home.
At this time our magic eightball says – this! As our sources in the area hear production negotiations with Bad’s NM Studio are well underway!
Of course we could be wrong, our Star Wars reports have come under fire, but then again so did our Avengers and Lone Ranger suppositions…
What we do know for sure it that things are really hopping down at the largest studios in the city. Before you know it everyone from A to N BC will be airing a New Mexico production!