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There’s a “metric” out there I wish I knew but can’t seem to find on Google, perhaps because television production companies keep it a secret, but I guess I would call it the “delayed admission” revenue arc of a show.
For example, the first season of the Andy Griffith Show, shot in 1960, can be purchased on Amazon as a 4 disc DVD, for $16.99. A show filmed 52 years ago is still being purchased directly by the public. The first season of the comedy “Friends” (1994), can be purchased for $19.19 on DVD or $26.99 via Video on Demand. Continue Reading »
Hi, folks. James Riley here. I wrote, directed, and acted in “Courage, New Hampshire,” and on behalf of the whole Courage, New Hampshire family (literally hundreds of people help make these episodes), I need to spend some time selling, so pay heed and spread the word.
Reason #1 for buying Courage right now:
IT IS FANTASTIC DRAMA
In 18th century New England you settled fights at the local public house where the tavern keeper was justice of the peace as well. Continue Reading »
In the 18th century, traveling minstrel pitch men would stand on a perch at fairs and musters and sing a song. If the country folk took a fancy to the the tune he sold them a copy printed on a broadside.
We need some ballad mongers.
Do you have a platform?
Are you up on the soap box quite a bit?
Do you have a blog, an internet radio show, a pulpit, a podcast or a chronic “letters to the editor” addiction? Continue Reading »