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Four National TV Producers Reveal How to Become a Guest On Major TV Shows
Join us for a free web class on Friday, June 18th and find out the secrets to on big shows, direct from producers who've booked hundreds of guests for ABC, NBC, CBS and CNN
by Steve Harrison
Do you want to promote your book, your product, or your service by appearing as a guest on national television shows?
Of course you do! It's one of the fastest ways to reach millions of people with your message.
In fact, the right major TV appearance can make a book or product an instant bestseller.
To find out what it takes to get booked, join me for a free web class on Friday, June 18th at your choice of times: 2 pm Eastern (11 am Pacific), 7 pm Eastern (4 pm Pacific), or 10 pm Eastern (7 pm Pacific).
I've helped more than 15,000 non-fiction authors and experts get booked on radio and TV shows, including the authors of such bestsellers as Chicken Soup for the Soul, Rich Dad Poor Dad, and Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus.
Plus, you'll get insider tips from actual interviews I've done with four of my veteran producer friends who have booked hundreds of guests for ABC, CBS, NBC, Oprah and CNN.
You'll get the straight scoop on things unknown to 99% of all publicity seekers, including...
- How to increase your odds of getting booked as a guest on really big TV shows.
- Understanding national TV producers' mindset and what gets them to book you as a guest.
- The strategy a husband-and-wife team used to land a seven-minute segment on The Today Show.
- What you should send national TV producers (and what you shouldn't).
- The biggest mistakes to avoid when pitching TV producers (including ones that could get you black-balled forever).
- Case histories of other authors and entrepreneurs and the strategies they used to get on top TV shows.
His clients have appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel. as well as in many major print publications and radio/TV shows.
Along with his brother/partner Bill, Steve runs Bradley Communications Corp. which offers publications, services and training events including Radio-TV Interview Report (RTIR), the email newsletter radio/TV producers read to find interesting guests.
A 2:44 marathoner in his younger days, today Steve’s running around is mostly limited to the tennis court. He lives in suburban Philadelphia and has been happily married for more than 30 years to his wife, Laura.