How does a person get a gig in reality television? How do you become a writer, story producer, director, casting producer or even a researcher for shows like The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Love and Hip Hop, Amazing Race, Big Brother, etc.
Creatives who want to work in reality TV need to know about Staff Me Up. Staff Me Up is a website which lists reality tv jobs all across the United States. Many creatives get their first jobs in reality tv applying through Staff Me Up.
Reality TV Hook Ups
Here’s how Staff Me Up works according to their website:
For almost a decade, Realitystaff has proved that the internet really can help you find a great production job, or help you hire great employees. Production Notices has used the power of Facebook to do the same thing. And now, RS and PN are joining forces, and expanding to include every kind of production – TV shows, movies, commercials, music videos, web originals, live events, and more.
Your Free Profile Page
You get to create a highly customized PROFILE PAGE that you’ll submit to employers when you apply for a job. You also get to name your own staffmeup.com/mypage link that you can use as your online resume.
The Power of Connections
Once you create your profile, with a single click, you can connect to all of the people you’ve ever worked with. You can easily find people by location, by position, or by specific production (we have tens of thousands listed in our database). Using our REFERENCE CHECKER, you can find all of the people that you know who also know that person. With one click.
Are You Looking For Work?
We post dozens of jobs on our JOB BOARD on an average day – and every single one has been posted by an actual employer directly on our site: we never scrape jobs off of any other sites. Using our innovative JOB FILTERS, finding the right job to apply to has never been easier. And while we can’t guarantee that you’ll get the job – we guarantee that this is the best place on the internet to find great new jobs every day.
Is Staff Me Up working for us?
TV producers who are members of Black TV Film Crew have had success with Staff Me Up. One successful gig on Staff Me Up more than pays for the annual membership. To learn more about their fees, check them out.
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