This posts includes expert insights on the reality television, particularly the lack of standardization in the industry.
I’ve yet to meet a Post Producer who would go on a Reality show themself. We assure ourselves that we are better than our casts. We may be locked in dark and sometimes mice-infested offices, working 10 hour shifts, and as freelancers, we are doing it without healthcare, vacation pay, statutory holiday pay, or even the assurance of continued employment, but at least we have our pride!
According to reality industry workers in Variety, the show is better when the job is grueling. However some of us disagree and think crew safety is much more important than audience pleasure.
This week in Reality Bits, production continues on Bachelor in Paradise and Bravo continues their attempts at pandering to a male audience with Southern Charm.
Will alleged misconduct by Bachelor in Paradise contest DeMario Jackson push the Reality TV production industry to develop a standard of ethics? Nope, probably not.
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.
I have come here to confess: when I first heard about Matt Damon schooling Effie Brown on the finer points of diversity on Project Greenlight, the first thing that popped into my head was, “Well, kudos to Damon, he probably could have had them edit out that moment if he wanted.”See, of the Affleck/Damon entity, I’ve always preferred […]