How to Start a Game Show?


Pitching a game show to network executives can be a very trying task. It is important that the show producer (developer) have a clear understanding of the show concept, target audience, visual requirements for the show, and an actual budget already outlined. While it is not necessary for the producer (person who pitches the show) to come up with all of the technical specifications for the show, as the network will do that for them, they must still have a basic understanding of what is required. Once the concept is solid and sound, approaching networks can be difficult. To help get their foot in the door, so to speak, most pitchers post the ideas online, and create online petitions and interest focus group studies, so that when presented to the network, the executives can see that interest already exists for the show concept.
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