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Wed, Oct 18



How I Became a Top Media Expert

Do you dream of being on TV but something is holding you back? Is it time? Resources? Knowing who to reach out to? What if you learned, none of that matters. In this exciting in-person event, you'll hear from TV regulars on how they become regular on-air contributors, and how you can do it too.

How I Became a Top Media Expert
How I Became a Top Media Expert

Time & Location

Oct 18, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Toronto, 111d Queen St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1S2, Canada

About the event

Have you ever watched someone on TV and thought "how did they get booked and not me?" This networking event will show you how.

There are many reasons to want bigger media exposure:

  • to grow your brand
  • establish yourself as an industry leader
  • the love of the spotlight

And as much as you want these things, getting booked on TV feels so out of reach. With good reason. It's not an industry that is warm and welcoming to the outside world. So how do you get in?

Join us for a lunch and panel discussion where you'll hear from three notable on-air experts on how they got on TV. From who to know, how to pitch, and (most importantly) who you need to be in order to succeed.

Hear how Pattie Lovett-Reid she created her title "Chief Financial Correspondent CTV News", turning from financial expert to regular contributor on BNN-Bloomberg, CTV National News, and The Social.

Hear how Bianca Osbourne's vision board, which featured Marilyn Denis and the iconic 299 Queen Street W building, guided her through the unlikely path to Marilyn Denis Show regular and host of her own cooking show.

Hear how Hina Khan channels her own coaching around self-image to boost her confidence on live TV.

You'll walk away with inspired action, new ideas, and a sense of how possible it is to become a TV star. And how the people in this room can help you get there.

Space is limited, so get your tickets today!

Light lunch and beverages will be served. 





  • How to Become a Media Expert


    +$1.88 service fee

    Network and learn from some of Canada's top lifestyle contributors on how they got started on TV. From securing that first booking to getting their own shows!


    +$1.88 service fee





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