ENW Productions, LLC (ENW) producers of the TV show Explore the Northwest is searching for an energetic female who will host their own new Travel/Adventure show. The pilot is being filmed July 2, 2013, in Lincoln City.
The show is scheduled to air starting 2014 on two major markets covering 95% of homes in Oregon and a portion of Washington, with the possibilities of expanding to a national market.
Extremely outgoing and confident.
Able to leave for filming to locations inside and outside of US within 30-days of notice for extended periods up to 4 to 7 days.
Great with connecting with people instantly.
Willing to be submitted to a background check.
Willing to be under contractual obligations for an entire season of the show.
Percentage of profits for each episode.
How to Apply
All the following must be submitted.
Full body in semiformal wear
Full body in swimwear
1 minute of video of you in front of the camera.
If selected you must be available to be interviewed in person and on camera. You will be scored on the following areas.
Overall first impression
Validated aspirations, opinions and responses in context
Poise, personal appearance and attractiveness
Personality, intelligence, style and emotional control
Speech, vocabulary and grammar
Confident and commanding presence
Sense of accomplishment
If you feel you meet all the above, please submit all information in How to Apply section by June 5, 2013.
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