History Channel / NYTVF Is Accepting Unscripted Show Ideas

11/24/2014

HISTORY UNSCRIPTED DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE: Channel Seeks Exciting Characters ($25K Production Budget)

Location: New York

Type: Reality TV

History and the NYTVF are seeking original unscripted television treatments from independent artists and production companies.

One winner, selected by HISTORY, will be awarded the opportunity to produce a pilot presentation with a minimum $25,000 budget in conjunction with NYTVF Productions.

Submit your short treatment and 2-4 minute sizzle reel or casting tape by Feb. 23. Concepts should focus on charismatic male characters living in surprising worlds or with fresh points of view. Free to submit.

Don’t miss your chance to find History’s next big hit and participate as an Official Artist at the 2015 NYTVF!

Deadline: Monday, February 23, 2015.

Full details here: http://www.nytvf.com/2015_history_pipeline.html

Payment: Other

City or Location of call: New York
Please submit to: by 2015-02-23

This casting notice was posted by: New York Television Festival

History Channel Seeking New Shows



5 thoughts on “History Channel / NYTVF Is Accepting Unscripted Show Ideas

  1. Stewart Sutherland

    It’s always the same thing, people surviving the northern remote areas, how about northern remote people surviving in the big cities? Going from frozen lakes to cement roads. Now that’s a show!

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  2. Scott Barnes

    Has a combined forge in fire/ the Butcher team Competition where the best blacksmith and butcher team up to see how good the tool can be made. Does it make the cut on the butcher block?

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  3. Robert

    Battle of Shiloh confederate gold Pittsburgh landing confederate foundry?

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  4. Bryan Sparks

    I have a cousin that lives in south Louisiana. He is an entrepreneur with his hands in a lot around town. Lately he has two small business opening up. He look the part of a duck dynasty character. He and his wife are both late 30s and we’re both in the USMC. That’s were they met. They are both working to build up the small Louisiana town of Amite. They own an LED lighting business, just opened a garage, and are working toward opening a very nice oyster bar / restaurant. They are also part of the Cajun Navy!

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  5. Sean Cannon

    I have a great idea…A survival show that gets interrupted by a Bigfoot. A little like The Island but in northern CA or Appalachian mountains. Let me know..
    Thanks

    Sean Cannon

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