Announces Open Casting Call for New Spokesperson

Share Article, where students learn to play guitar and guitar songs directly from top artists, is kicking off its search for a new spokesperson for it's WorkshopLive TV online programming. WorkshopLive has chosen the popular 3rd Thursday summer event series in Pittsfield MA as host to a public casting call on August 21st, 2008. Each of the expected 200 musicians will have just 2-3 minutes to read from a teleprompter and play a favorite guitar lick for a panel of judges., the online music community for students, teachers and performers, is now searching for an outgoing and charismatic spokesperson. With over 100,000 visitors/month, a YouTube channel with over 2 million views and content distribution deals with even larger websites, the chosen applicant will have a significant online audience at their command. is looking for actors who can portray an 18-25-year-old music enthusiast. Ideal candidates will have previous acting, reporting or hosting experience, ability to read from a teleprompter, can contribute to original content, and has picked up a guitar recently or has always wanted to learn. plans to add several instrument and style-specific communities to the site so whether the applicant is a metal god, punk chick or even a jazz head we want to talk with you.

WHEN: Thursday, August 21st, 2008 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.+
WHERE: Dotties Coffee Lounge, 444 North St, Pittsfield, MA
FYI: The time and date coincides with Pittsfield's "3rd Thursday" event.

Although not required, your RSVP is certainly appreciated. Please RSVP to Juliane Hiam Scribner, Casting Director at

Can't make the date? Applicants are also invited to submit a video depicting why they would make an excellent host at our YouTube channel: Just click the "Send Message" button in the "Connect with WorkshopLive" area and attach a video you've previously uploaded. No submissions will be accepted later than 9/1. Good luck!


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