How to Land a Guest Spot on TV &
 What to Do When You Get There- 45 min. to reg.

You have a great idea or business that more people need to know about, but you can’t get any media attention. Find out how to think OUTside the box to get INside the TV studio. It’s not about writing a better email or just sending your book in a press kit. The best way to a newsroom is more often through the BELLY! Hear how red velvet cup cakes, a box of live crabs, and a cookie bouquet netted the invite. Learn to think through your EYEballs. Why No MuuMuu? You’ll hear that story about what NOT to wear under the lights, plus where to look, how long to talk, what to do with your hands, and how to actually manage the interviewer. The frosting? Hear the secret to getting invited back.

Jan Fox won 3 Emmys worked at an NBC station in Portland, ME, and in Boston at ABC, where she hosted the EMMY award winning talk show – Sunday Open House. Her “Sibilant S” start was less than stellar. You’ll have to hear the story.

Her new book, No MuuMuu Please!, tells you how to land a guest spot on TV and what to do when you get there.

Jan has been a sought-after “conversation starter” – her word for “speaker”, facilitator, and emcee for more than 30 years, engaging hundreds of audiences.

www.foxtalks.com

RSVP: $20 by signing up at www.nsa-nyc.org or $30 at the door. In order to get the on-line discount you MUST sign up on line by 10pm on 5/28/2013

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  • shimon.k

    sound great but please is that going to be another book sale or new products promotion??? I hope not....there are to many of this events..
    thank you

    May 23, 2013

  • Joshua M.

    Hi, my name is Joshua Magloire and I am interested

    May 15, 2013

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