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Claire is a media arts student at the University of Missouri. She hopes to find a career as an observer and critic of pop culture and television. In her spare time, she writes for tvwhisper.com about entertainment news. She will both report on news from the industry and offer her unique perspective on the business of entertainment.Learn More
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The streaming services represent a completely new chapter in the evolution of television. Just as a matter of industry, streaming has created more empty shelves that need to be filled with programming. Demand has increased, and television producers have worked feverishly to increase the supply. Amazon streaming and Netflix have already been able to produce critically acclaimed programs in “Transparent” and “House of Cards” (and there are many other examples), and now Hulu has put forth its best effort yet in the miniseries “11.22.63.” The show is based on Stephen King’s book of the same title, and tells the story of a man who is sent from 2016 back to 1963 to attempt to thwart the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Streaming services have opened doors in the entertainment industry. Shows that might have been passed over by networks or cable outlets have found a home on streaming services that have shown more of a desire to take risks in their programming choices. While traditional cable outlets have been more conservative in their choices with shows that follow traditional storylines or information programs like the Profiles Series, these streaming services have been able to take risks that have transformed into buzzworthy-shows that receive critical...Learn More
Having a talented child can be exciting. There are many doors to be opened, and parents simply want to give their talented family members the best chance to succeed. Soundtree Entertainment is a South Florida full-service production company that works on several projects including television and film, photo shoots, talent development, and other areas. The firm evolved from producing concerts for Disney Channel star Mitchel Musso, and now works in many areas of the business. Founded by Gregory James Blount, the firm is well known across the area, and offers many options and opportunities for talented people to take the next step on their career. Currently, the firm has a couple of projects in pre-production. Under a division of the company, the Entertainment Speakers Bureau works with top casting directors and acting coaches to help talented children get their start in the industry. “Talent 101— The Guide to Breaking into the Entertainment Industry and Not Get Scammed,” has been featured on many film commission websites including in South Florida. This book is an indispensable resource for families and for people trying to break in and make their mark in the industry. Success rarely comes instantly. It rarely comes overnight. It takes work and making sure that the talent is surrounded with people to offer guidance as they navigate this complex industry....Learn More
The television industry, and show business in general, is difficult to break into for many young people. Experience is difficult to come by, and getting that first foot in the door can be challenge. In Palm Beach County, FL, a high school is helping students get valuable experience and work with industry professionals to help them on their path to becoming the next generation of show business insiders. The G-Star School of the Arts offers students a unique setting where they can grow academically as well as gain the valuable experience that they can carry into the entertainment industry. G-Star students have the opportunity to explore their own creativity in the areas of film, animation, and the performing arts. The school gives students flexibility, so as their interests change they can explore new avenues to develop their unique talents. G-Star School Studio Having the opportunity to work with industry professionals is invaluable, and at the G-Star school gives students the chance to work on real shoots at the school’s soundstage. It has been recognized inside the industry as being state-of-the-art, and has been the setting for many commercial, television, and film shoots. “I built a motion picture studio and put the school on the back lot of the studio and if people want to come in and use our studio I will either give it to them for free or a super-cut rate as long as they have our students on set,” explains founder and CEO Greg Hauptner, who brought his own inside knowledge of the industry to the creation of this unique educational setting. Strong Academics Academically, students...Learn More
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