Update for AROS
CALL FOR EXTRAS
First thing first. We need you to be an extra on GRIMM! The shooting will be this Thursday, February 23rd, so you’ll have to be free. This goes for veteran family members too, so if your brother served in Iraq or your Grandpa in WWII, you count. Send your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get all the time and place to you. All the information I have right now is that we will be extras on a bus in an episode at the end of this season.
More good news! I completed the Studio A instruction block. We will be able to use the studio soon, but I need help before we can get the show on the air. Below I will list the positions needed to put on a show. Look through them and if you feel you can fill one of these positions email me at email@example.com. Not all the position need to be filled before we can put the show on because there are volunteers at MetroEast, but we want you… to help put the show on.
Producer – Responsible for program concept, structure, content, and arranging talent. Sean Davis and Robert Gebarowski are currently putting this together but will take ideas.
Director – Works with crew and talent on lighting needs, camera placement, etc. During the show gives instructions via intercom to crew.
Tech Director – Pushes the buttons in the control room. Switching from camera to camera. Controls volume levels and monitors sound.
Audio Tech – Supervises microphones, booms, lav mikes, etc…
Character Generator Operator – Controls and Designs visuals of show, from title to credits.
Video Operator – Responsible for recording the show and cueing up any pre-recorded material.
4 Camera Operators – Each camera is assigned a number. There are 4.
Floor Director – Works on the studio floor supervising camera ops, audio techs, and talent while talking to director in booth.
Editors – helps create the final project through post production.
We also need writers and talent. Right now we have Miah Washburn and Todd A. Robinson, but we need more!
Get involved. Contact us now and we will get you through the classes and blocks of instruction so you can operate any of the equipment and be proficient at any of these jobs.
THE BOOK -
We are in the midst of securing the grant that will pay for our first anthology. The deadline for stories is the end of March. Get those stories, poems, essays, and even Private’s Gripes in to firstname.lastname@example.org. I have some hungry editors eagerly awaiting the opportunity to work with you and your story before publishing it in our magazine.