December LA Event TBA; Consulting Packages

I’m proud to share that a December reality seminar/workshop will soon be announced by the same genius promoter who’s handled me with the TV Writers Summit events these past few years.

While Ellen Sandler, Jen Grisanti and Chad Gervich — see — take the NYC by storm December 6-7, I’ll be spending the holidays in Merry Olde LA tying up loose ends and decompressing from a wonderful (and crazy busy) season of DANCING WITH THE STARS while I share this newly structured course perfect for beginners, mid-career pros and execs interested in learning more about crafting great story and making irresistible television.

I’ll also be offering some special consulting packages either for yourself or someone you know who’s interested in developing their reality concepts into viable treatments.  For the month of December only, packages range from $500 for three consult calls up to one hour (usually $200/hr) to $850 for a one hour consult and two revisions of your subsequent treatment draft.  Email me at realitytvtroy[at] for more details, and yes, gift certificates are available if you’re playing Santa.

After January 1, consults will return to the regular $200/hr fee and, if this year is like most others, I’ll be heading back to a new show… so jump on it!  There’s no time like the present to get yourself ready for the new year.

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  1. Good luck with the workshop! I’d love to do it but I’m very busy these days. Due to needing to relocate back to my hometown to take care of an ailing mother, I’m starting a new chapter in my life by becoming a full-time turnaround specialist. That’s someone who turns failing businesses around. As a long-time marketing consultant, I have helped out failing businesses as a sideline over the years. Unfortunately, there isn’t much of a need for a marketing consultant in my hometown so I’m giving being a turnaround specialist a try. As 9 out of 10 new businesses fail, there is and will always be need for my services.

    And turning around a failing business would be great fodder for a reality show. Unfortunately, I don’t know of a single failed business owner who would ever let it be publicly known they’re failing. If they did, all their vendors would immediately call in their tabs and all deliveries would be C.O.D., major clients would start looking for replacements, the resumes of key employees would rocket out of windows, bankers would freak, etc. In fact, I address this point with three words on the back of my business card: “Fast. Discreet. Confidential.”

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