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TV Reporters Wanted. We are an established nonprofit justice organization that has launched a new internet TV show “Safe Streets IQ.” We are in need of volunteers across America to serve as field TV reporters. Please read the below and go to our website www.SafeStreetsiq.us. Then let us know if you are interested in participating.
The format of Safe Streets IQ is simple. Ordinary people are interviewed about crimes they experienced, and what precautions they now take to prevent becoming a victim in the future. Because any crime qualifies (from purse snatching to fraud to assault), you will find that virtually everyone is a victim.
But we can only reach these people with your help. We need volunteer TV personalities—TV reporters who interview people. Our reporters use a new, small, easy to use camera with two lenses. The resulting video is the equivalent of a two-camera shoot. Our reporters interview friends, family and strangers, asking them two simple questions. 1. Have they or someone close to them been the victim of a crime? 2. Based on that experience, what precautions do they recommend taking to avoid becoming a victim in the future?
After they video an interview, they upload the unedited video on an easy-to-use website. Our professional editors do the rest. The next thing you know, you will be on TV being watched by our TV viewing audience across America. Since we have been in existence for ten years, we have a large following.
While you won't be paid (at least not until and unless a major sponsor or network picks up the show), we guarantee that you will reap many personal and professional rewards. Please visit www.SafeStreetsiq.us for complete details and a demo video. We look forward to hearing from you about this opportunity. Thank you. Dennis@safestreetsarts.org