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From Being on Stage to Working

In a business classroom, one is likely to see managers, executives, and practitioners in the field. You wouldn't expect to find someone who has been involved mostly in the theater and modern dance fields such as student Richie Wu.

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Tips for Creating Commercials

The first commercial in the United States was broadcast on July 1, 1941, just before a Brooklyn Dodgers-Philadelphia Phillies baseball game.

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Rising Stars: A Love of History Leads to Documentary-Making

Betsy's medium of choice was actually time--the study of history--until a chance realization led her to work with a major documentary filmmaker and reoriented the path of her professional life. Since then, she's produced and written films for an independent film production company on subjects ranging from Oklahoma heritage to Woodstock.

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A Q&A for Fashion Designers

Pam Zuckerman has been helping to launch the careers of young fashion designers for more than 16 years as director of the Career Services office at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology. Here, she shares her insider advice on starting out in this competitive industry.

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Performance Perfection

Career coach Michael Stratford offers advice to help performers tap into their creativity and communicate with their audience while onstage.

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Commercial Producer

Twentysomethings across the country are forging their own paths in the new world of work.

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Rising Stars: Behind the News Camera

Andy set out to make a career in video production, and his hard work has led to his current job at a major television station. From nailing down internships to seizing the right job opportunity to launching his own video-editing company, his focus goes to show what it takes to make it behind the scenes.

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Comedy Careers: Learning to Be Funny is No Joke

"You bomb. You bomb a lot," says Judy Carter, president of Comedy Workshop Productions. We sat down one-on-one with Carter for a conversation on comic careers.

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Rising Stars: Behind the Scenes on the Hollywood Set

Lindsey's love of film and undeniable artistic talent convinced her to become an art director. After spending summers interning on movie sets and obtaining a B.A. in History of Art and Architecture, she's now starting on her path by working freelance in L.A.

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Serious about showbiz? Here's how to get a great Agent

If you're serious about getting into the entertainment business you have probably thought about getting an agent. Here's one writer who doesn't believe it's as big a deal as some think, but offers his own experience on the matter.

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Speak Like a Star

Here are some unique entertainment terms every insider knows.

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Breaking Into the Biz

Creating a television sitcom, starring in a hit Broadway show, and negotiating contracts as an agent to the stars are just a few of the potential career paths in the entertainment industry.

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The Inside Scoop on Showbiz

The entertainment industry may be a showcase for creative talent, but it's first and foremost an intensely competitive business. Where you live and who you know can often trump your ability and talent.

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Rising Stars: Studying Drama to Penning Screenplays

Lauren's love of writing and creative-writing education ultimately led to her current position as a screenwriter for Disney, a job she loves for its creativity and ability to reach as wide an audience as possible. She found her dream job on her first-go round and intends to continue to develop her skills as a writer for both film and television.

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Breaking Into the Biz

Creating a television sitcom, starring in a hit Broadway show, and negotiating contracts as an agent to the stars are just a few of the potential career paths in the entertainment industry.

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Writing the Hand that Feeds You: a list of resources for fiction writers, journalists, and other media mavens...

A vast collection of online job lists for potential Entertainment careers, with everything from journalism sources to stage acting websites.

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Virtual Hollywood

A new crop of entertainment web sites are populating L.A., creating opportunities for recent college grads to get valuable industry experience, showcase their talent, research the field, or simply get a few laughs.

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Can't Hit a Fastball or Sing a High Note to Save Your Life? The Sports or Entertainment Biz Could Still Be For You

Given the scope of the sports and entertainment industry, it is possible to envision a job for a grad with nearly any background, but certainly some may be more likely to find widespread opportunities in the field.

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Accounting And Entertainment?

A career in accounting can take you to some pretty interesting places.

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The Truth About Entertainment

Entertainment is a dynamic industry dominated by preconceived notions. This article sheds some light on this mysterious industry and blasts the myths.

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Everybody Loves Entertainment

In today's media-saturated America, entertainment and culture often seem to be interchangeable terms. Whether acting in a movie, producing a television series, or discovering the next American Idol, the movers and shakers in the entertainment industry can have an immense effect on the daily experiences of consumers.

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Your Entertainment Assets

Check out the following sources to jumpstart your entertainment career.

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The Transformation of Entertainment

Technological innovation is reconstructing the media landscape of the entertainment business generating new career demands and opportunities.

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Playing The Game: The Future Of Animation And Game Design

The gaming and animation fields are thriving. What are these jobs really about, and what does it take to get into the industry?

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Getting Your Script From Paper to Television

Writing for television can be a daunting process, but with enough preparation and tenacity, your work could make it to the small screen.

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Are TV Characters' Salaries Realistic?

Think back: When was the last time you saw Carrie Bradshaw chopping vegetables or preheating an oven to cook herself dinner on "Sex and the City?" How about shopping on the clearance rack or setting foot inside a discount store?

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Audio Recordings: Musicians Get Your Questions Answered & Learn What You Need to Make Your Own

A guide for all aspiring musicians. An experienced professional describes the first steps to making recordings for yourself.

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Film & TV Finance 101

A beginner's guide to the money players working behind the scenes in Film & TV.

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Rising Stars: Sportscaster Lives for the Camera

Meredith is still a college student, but she's working hard to accrue experience as a television sportscaster while she finishes her degree in Broadcast Journalism. She's excited to follow the paths of other women in sports news, and to open doors for those behind her.

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Rising Stars: An Actor Grabs the Reins

Marie took her acting degree from NYU and ran with it, writing and starring in a one-woman show that crossed the Atlantic. At the same time, she's pursued other aspirations to bolster the volatile professional life that actors must withstand; she manages other talent and exercises her producing passion as president (and founder) of her own production company.

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A Career Away from the Spotlight

Are you a great entertainer but just can't see yourself surviving in the industry? Here are some careers away from the limelight where you can employ those skills.

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