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Talent Deals in Reality Television - Sept. 24th Program

"Talent Deals in Reality Television" presented by Leigh Leshner, Esq.

Everyone wants to be a reality star and as the number of reality programs has grown over the years, the deals for the talent have changed significantly. Talent is no longer willing to sign a simple appearance release and network's are requiring more and more of their talent. This program will discuss the basis of talent deals in reality television.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013
6:00pm-7:30pm at the Beverly Hills Bar Association

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