jingg4 karma2019-01-30 21:16:26 UTC
So I started filming my own “HGTV-style” home renovation show where I interview fix and flip investors on their latest project. I would love to continue making new episodes, but each episode costs $$$$ to produce. I hire a freelancer to film and edit everything, but I handle the basic script, coordinate with fix and flip investors, etc.
I’ll eventually have to find sponsors to help with the costs, but I don’t even know where to begin. We’re still making the first several episodes before I start releasing them on a weekly basis on YouTube.
Should I start looking for sponsors now with no proven audience, or should I just release the first couple of episodes, promote it the old fashioned way, and then start reaching out for sponsorship?
I’ve been told by the investors I’ve interviewed to also try to pitch the show idea to Netflix/Hulu/etc, but I don’t even know where to begin with that either. Hah
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