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Building Great Soundtracks Without Breaking Your Budget
Men of the Cloth
She's Beautiful When She's Angry
Muse Awards honoring Wanda Sykes, Maggie Gyllenhaal and more!
NYWIFT Night Out - December 15th, 2014
Can I Deduct It On My Taxes?
Being a Power Pitcher...At Any Age, In Any Situation
Are you nervous about presenting yourself, or your skills, talents and dream projects? Is age, a lack of confidence or shyness getting in your way? This interactive workshop is all about being a highly successful pitcher - whether it's pitching yourself or your project.
What makes a successful pitch? What are the pitfalls to avoid at all cost? How can you master the art of pitching and embrace your own style, personality, brand and age? This workshop will give you the top ten tips for pitching with conviction: how to prepare, read the person you are pitching, pitching as a team, engaging and anticipating every question. If you ever wanted to know the techniques that go into a successful pitch and eliminating blocks in your way, this workshop is for you!
Jim Arnoff is a television packaging agent who represents New York production companies that develop and sell original programming to networks. Arnoff has worked at the William Morris Agency as an in-house lawyer and packaging agent. As a certified life coach for the entertainment industry, he has led workshops for the Producers Guild of American, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, HBO, MTV Networks and the Writers Guild of America. He is also a faculty member of the School of Visual Arts and the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Produced by Jim Arnoff
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Last updated: Feb. 3, 2014
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