The Discovery Channel television show “How It’s Made” is seen by an international audience (180-plus countries) of more than 100 million viewers per week. The producers of the long-running show (it started in 1999) are looking for some truly unique North Carolina production processes.
A word of caution: After all those years, the show has “covered a lot of processes.” What they are seeking are “cool processes to show how things are made.” Here is some additional guidance:
- Items should have enough process to fill a segment that lasts four-and-a-half minutes
- No visuals air without the consent of the participating company
- There is no financial contribution or direct reward for appearing on the show
- Check out a segment to better determine if your process might work in the show’s format
To discuss the possibility of being featured on “How It’s Made,” contact Tom Bauer at (514) 288-3388 (ext. 229) or firstname.lastname@example.org.