When you pitch a show, you hope that the person you're pitching to will not only love your idea, but help you nurture it. After all, you're not just looking for a creative outlet: you're looking for someone who can and will help guide the success of your property. Give you personal feedback on it. … Continue reading CMA Event Recap: An Evening with batteryPOP
Lots of folks dream of having their own show – creating their own property from scratch, selling it to a network or production company, rolling around in piles of money like Scrooge McDuck. While there are more ways than ever to get original IP in front of an audience, there are still plenty of hurdles to… … Continue reading CMA Event – They Loved Your Pitch! Now What??
I don’t know Linda Simensky very well at all but I really want to be her best friend. CMA had the privilege of spending an entire morning with Linda to talk about the ins and outs of pitching and before I get bogged down in details and pitching advice, I just want to say how … Continue reading Linda Simensky Gives Good Pitching (and Dating) Advice
Due to popular demand, we're moving this blog post up in the rotation for all the many millions who weren't able to get into the event. The Gatekeepers of Children’s Television event was such a hot ticket item that president Sarah suggested that scalpers were selling tickets outside and I wouldn’t be surprised if that … Continue reading Pitching A Show: Like Dating Without the Free Meal