Have you dreamed of doing food TV?
Do you think you have to know someone at Food Network to make it happen?
Cooking on TV may be easier than you think.
I have dreamt of doing food TV most of my life. Two years ago, I worked up the courage to ask my brother-in-law to reach out to his best friend’s girlfriend, Jemelle, an anchor on a local TV morning show. A few simple texts later and I was walking in the studio with my bags full of food and equipment ready to do my first live cooking segment.
It can be that easy!
I know you are thinking “Sure- she had a contact at the station.” I did have a contact, but I had to dig deep in my network to make the connection. You may or may not have local contacts, but even if you don’t, I can help you get in at the station. There are simple ways to make connections with the right people and I will help you along the way.
Local TV stations NEED chefs and food bloggers to fill their morning news programs. They have several hours of time to fill every morning. Each story is only a few minutes long and producers are always looking for quality guests.
Quality is key.
There are simple things you can do to be the kind of guest they want back over and over again.
When I first started, I was only on the show once a month. Two months later they asked me to be a weekly guest and I have been doing a weekly Food TV segment ever since.
I will teach you key strategies to be a stellar Food TV presenter.
- You will learn how to network and connect with key people at the local TV station.
- How to pitch yourself to producers.
- How to be a stellar TV guest
- What to wear
- How to get your next segment
- How to use one TV segment to expand your visibility far beyond the original broadcast
- How to choose the best recipe to make on air.
- How to do a cooking segment without a cooking set.
- How to do a remote cooking segment.
Tell me the details!
Cooking on Local TV Small Group Coaching
We will meet live once a week for 6 weeks to learn key strategies for landing and doing your first TV appearance. (We will work together to set a time that works for those in the program.) You will have email and Voxer (audio messaging) access to help you refine your pitches and get ready for your first TV appearances and the email and Voxer support will continue through the end of the year so I can be there to help you long after our first 6 weeks.
The cost of the group coaching is only $297.
Learn from my years of experience and shortcut your way to cooking on TV!