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Shed Media is looking for small-to-medium sized businesses for an upcoming television documentary.

| May 3, 2013

LOS ANGELES - Shed Media is currently casting a new documentary series for a major broadcast network, and are looking for owners of companies with more than 50 employees with multiple divisions or tiers, "ready to take their success to the next level," the firm said.

Per Shed Media:

"Each hour-long episode will center on one medium-sized company as it participates in a landmark experiment intended to motivate and inspire. Viewers will see how that particular company runs its business and will meet the hard-working people who make up its workforce. This series offers owners or other high level administrators the opportunity to gain a unique perspective on the inner workings of their companies, while celebrating some of the unsung heroes of their workforce and learning something about themselves in the process. This is an amazing opportunity for smaller companies to gain national exposure while participating in a new management experiment featured in an hour-long program for air in primetime. Ultimately, your company’s one-hour episode will provide unprecedented high profile exposure – a dream branding opportunity for any business."
 
Shed Media US is a television production company specializing in reality programming. Notable series produced include ABC’s Supernanny, Emmy nominated Who Do You Think You Are? on NBC and Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York City. Based in Los Angeles with more than 200 employees, Shed Media US is a significant supplier of TV programming to many networks.  
 
Please contact the Lauren Willems for more details at 323/904-4680 x 2071 or email lwillems@shedmediaus.com. Applicants are encouraged to respond as soon as possible.
 

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