(PRWEB) December 2, 2005
There are few faster ways to instantly reach millions of people and boost your sales than getting big-time TV publicity.
Former Oprah producer reveals how to become a guest on top national TV shows like Oprah, Good Morning America, CNN, Fox News or Montel.
In fact, in the publishing world it's no secret, the right national TV appearance can catapult a book right to the top of the Bestseller List.
Curious to know how to get on national TV? If so, attend a free 90-minute telephone seminar on Wednesday, December 7 on The Three Big Secrets for Getting Publicity as a Guest on Top National TV Shows hosted by Steve Harrison, publisher of Radio-TV InterviewReport (RTIR), the magazine 4,000 radio/TV producers read to find guests.
To register for this call -- which is free except for normal long distance charges -- go to http://www.FreePublicity.com/Call558.
In addition to Steve, on the “teleseminar” you’ll hear from former Oprah producer Michelle Anton plus current producers from the Montel Williams Show and Fox News Channel. Together they'll teach things unknown to 95 percent of all publicity-seekers.
Some of the things covered in this 90-minute call include:
- How to get national TV publicity even if you've got a locally-based or ordinary business.
- Specific ways to increase odds of getting free airtime as a guest on Oprah, Fox News Channel, Montel, CNN and other top shows.
- Understanding the mindste of national TV producers and how to get them to book you as a guest.
- What you should send TV producers (and what you shouldn't).
- The most important question you must be able to answer to land a TV appearance.
- Case histories of four entrepreneurs who got booked on top TV shows
- How to stand apart from other would-be guests and dramatically increase your chances of getting on the top shows.
- The biggest mistakes to avoid when pitching TV producers (including ones that could even get you black-listed forever!)
Again, to register for the free teleseminar go to http://www.FreePublicity.com/Call558.
Radio-TV Interview Report (RTIR)