Brett Clements, Creator & Executive Producer,
19th September 2003
keeping with Media Man Australia's tradition of
tackling any subject, we explore the world of
this revealing and insightful interview, Brett
discusses what's right and wrong with Reality
TV, and why H'it'! TV will give the youth what
they want, rather than the same old recycled garbage.
Not only that, but just about everything about
H'it! TV is digital. They actually have a paperless
office, mind you, I haven't been to their Surry
Hills studio yet to see it with my own eyes, but
that may be a matter of time folks.
interview has further reinforced the fact that
Media Man Australia needs to start broadcasting
video, sooner rather than later.
Clements even say's Greg Tingle is not to "out
there" for H'It! TV, which is a refreshing
change from other so called "creative types".
Brett well and truly thinks outside the square.
our version of reality radio as Media Man Australia
makes this broadcast available for worldwide consumption
in our own original style, in full blown digital
to the interview
note: A hard edge, intelligent, yet entertaining,
Real interview, available in full blown digital
transmission! I'm afraid Media Man Australia can
still teach Andrew Denton and Rove a few tricks.
Greg Tingle say's, "don't bet against me",
and other creative types, that some media outlets
don't know how to handle. You heard it here first.
Clements has released a new board game, "Shocked".
real estate showcase solution coming soon.
4 Inspection TV
our article, Games - The Games People Play
original website of Greg Tingle)
Man Australia articles:
stations lack of Internet vision
TV: Jerry Springer: Has he gone too far? Murders,
Denton: Enough Rope Indeed
Man Australia interviews:
Tingle interviews his producer, Joy Hruby
Moore interviews Greg Tingle
Tingle asks FOXTEL CEO, Kim Williams, some tough
questions at The Australian Media Forum
Tingle interviews Peter Webb, Digital Broadcasting
Clements: Bio (courtesy of Hit TV website)
Tingle (interviewed by Evan Ginzburg) - more information
on H'it'! TV
Clements is an international, award-winning creative
with a mass of credits across the entire entertainment
and communication spectrums. His games and television
creators have generated some $150 million US.
Reporter/Director Simon Townsend's Wonder World!,
co-founder & creative director, A Couple 'A
Cowboys, inventor, designer & director of
The Video Board Game Nightmare & Atmosfear
(Roadshow Entertainment) over 3 million units
sold in 7 different languages), OZ QUIZ, BRIT
QUIZ, DARE, Just For The Record (The Ten Network),
the new Wonder World! (Nine), creative director
& director of New Zealand's A Real Slice of
Heaven, creator & director of The Aquanauts
(Animal Planet), co-designer showcache online
H'it'! (courtesy of Hit TV website)
is a reality television series designed to unearth
the next wave of media and entertainment makers
by trashing the old showbiz adage "its not
what you know, its who you know."
anymore. All you need is your 'imagination'.
objective of the 16 x 1-hour series is to find
12 creative types, aged 18-30, and bring them
all together for a 6-week crash course in show-business
which culminates in them producing three new TV
shows to sell to the world.
every State and Territory will be represented
in the top 12.
no prior experience in making TV is necessary,
all applicants must adhere to the terms &
conditions of entry which are deliberately designed
to discourage those who aren't committed to careers
in show-business. See Apply. The competition is
scheduled to close on October 31, 2003.
best entries received will be edited to preview
tapes and circulated to judges throughout Australia
and the world for 'comment'. See Judges. This
ensures the widest possible exposure for local
talent. The best entries will also be invited
to attend 'open' interviews in capital cities
these interviews, 12 applicants will be selected
for the series. Each will given a digital video
camera and will return home to shoot their 'life
story', interviewing family and friends etc, before
returning to Sydney or Melbourne and moving in
to share a production 'house' for six weeks.
the series, the 12 'Interns' will be allowed to
come and go and live like they would in the real
world. Expenses will be covered. They will not
be locked in and will not be evicted.
celebrities and industry professionals will also
drop in and give their insights into how to succeed