When the Writer’s Guild decides to organize Post Producers as Writers, it’s because they really are! Read on to find out how reality television is manipulated using interviews.
It is our fault that Donald Trump was elected. Only the “our” in question includes more than just Reality producers. It includes everyone who has accepted their tiny piece of the pie in exchange for the plutocrats doing whatever they want.
Dear Apprentice Editors and Producers: I know you. You are the unsung heroes of Reality TV. The people who make sense of the babble sent back by the field.
Having worked on many shows featuring fights, I feel obliged to point out how a fight plays out on a show is often quite different from how it actually played out.
This post is a call to all Editors and Producers of The Apprentice. I have previously written encouraging you to release the compromising footage of The Donald that I know at least some of you have nestled somewhere in your inboxes.
Producers of “The Apprentice” are sitting on bombshell footage of Donald Trump using the N-word, an Emmy-award winning producer has claimed.
The idea that Bravo is above anything is farcical. Yet there is yet a persistent belief, if not among savvy viewers then certainly within the industry, that Bravo is an elite broadcaster.
What the hell is Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson up to and why do I get the feeling she’s auditioning for some role on a Reality show in the not too distant future?
Kim Kardashian talks to Vogue about model sister Kendall Jenner and Hard Knocks returns to HBO to follow the Los Angeles Rams through training camp.
Donald Trump is accustomed to his random statements being shaped into something (somewhat) coherent for broadcast. Unfortunately for Trump, such editing isn’t possible when you’re live.