From the Author
This is often reflected in the non-specific notes that newly-minted professionals pass along, like "This needs to be a hit, you guys" and "Second act should be better," neither one of which implies a solution or details what they'd like to see done.
On the other side of that fence, many of my creative friends bristle at virtually every note they're given, creating an adversarial relationship with the execs at the networks and studios that doesn't have to be there.
AND ANOTHER THING, at its core, isn't an attack on the process or its people. It's written to help pros new to the industry understand both the needs of those who give notes and those who receive them.
About the Author
He has lectured on the subject of reality television production at learning institutions across the country and also maintains a popular blog (realitytvbook.com) and podcast (Remember, We're Not Here, available on iTunes) on the subject.
He lives in Sunland, California.