STILL ROOM TO SIGN UP FOR NALIP's FIRST EVER Business Boot Camp: Preconference Special Session at NALIP 2010!!
New this year for anyone registered for the conference is NALIP's first "Business Boot Camp," a special pre-conference, 3-hour session about Discovering the Entrepreneur in You. All you have to do is signup in advance to be included in this ultimate crash course on going solo as a small business owner: and every producer/filmmaker is a small business entrepreneur
Learn about choosing a business structure, how to protect your ideas, how to manage expenses wisely, and how to find financial resources that recognize your role in the arts economy.
Included in is this three hour session is: "Planning for the Future" a Presentation by Bank of America/Merrill Lynch; "Legal Business Set up Basics & Resources" with entertainment attorney,Fernando Ramirez; "Accounting Tips & Taxes" with Gil Vasquez, CPA, Vasquez & Company LLP Certified Public Accountants and so much more!
Q & A sessions will be scheduled between presentations, so take advantage of the knowledge these experts have to share even before the full conference begins.
Sign-up today for this pre-conference event, formerly called "Going Solo," by visiting nalip.org/nalip2010. This reserves your space: and it WILL sell out. Then check in 8 - 9:00 a.m. on Friday, April 9. You will dive in, 9:00 am - noon, with how to set up, run, fund, and manage your own entertainment business.
Not registered yet? The conference is two weeks away, and there are still spots. But only until April 5! Register today!!
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Diversity Committee Career Workshop
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' annual Diversity Committee Career Workshop will be held on the evening of April 19th. The event will be at the TV Academy, with check-in from 6:00 - 7:30pm. Event will start at 7:30pm and proceed until 10:00pm.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Aspiring Network & Studio Executives, Producers, Agents, Writers, Directors, Production Staff; anyone seeking entry-level positions including PAs, assistants, interns, and those trying to move up the ladder. Come in business attire and bring a pen and notepad in a leather portfolio.
Working Your Way Up in Television: An Entertainment Career Workshop
MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010 7:30 - 10:00 PM
ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre 5230 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601
SPECIAL NOTE: This event is for ENTRY LEVEL individuals; those that have or are seeking assistant, PA and internship positions on the CREATIVE SIDE of the business, or current assistants/PAs/interns that want to work their way up the ladder.
Download the flier for more information.
6:00 - 7:30 PM SIGN IN
TELEVISION INDUSTRY CRASH COURSE/
CAREER GUIDANCE OVERVIEW
(We will begin on time and doors may be closed after 7:30pm.)
President, Red Varden Studios; Founder, Hollywood Mentorship Program.org
TV Overview: agencies, networks, studios, production companies, production staff and development process.
Career Overview: resumes, interview advice, resources and career strategies.
8:45 PM ENTERTAINMENT PANEL Career Advice and Q&A with:
VP, Development & Original Programming Bravo
Agent Innovative Artists
Executive Director, Alternative Series ABC
Director, Mobile Media Solutions CBS
Writer Royal Pains, Friday Night Lights, According to Jim
Director, Current Programs Warner Bros. Television
Vice President/Co-Head of Comedy Development Fox Broadcasting Company
9:30 - 10:00 PM BREAKOUT GROUPS SESSIONS
Small Groups Session with Panelists & additional representatives from ABC/Disney, CBS, NBC Universal, Fox and others.
NON-TELEVISION ACADEMY MEMBERS PLEASE RSVP TO: email@example.com
NOTE: Each individual attendee must RSVP for themselves only. DO NOT RSVP FOR YOURSELF AND A GUEST.
Early RSVP strongly encouraged as seating is limited. Each individual must provide first and last name, and all guests must RSVP individually as well. Admission is free but not guaranteed. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. Arrival instructions will be emailed upon a confirmed RSVP. Attendance for full evening is mandatory (those who do not RSVP cannot attend). Parking is $4 in the TV Academy structure. Street parking may also be available.