New reality TV show to air from NJ Historic Site
A new home business competition show on USA Network called “America’s Big Deal” will air live from a historic New Jersey performing arts venue starting this week.
The show, which will feature entrepreneurs from across the country selling their ready-made products to live home viewers via One Platform Commerce, will air from Newark Symphony Hall starting Thursday at 9 p.m., the Commission of the New Jersey cinema and television.
“New Jersey is enjoying a record amount of production work this year, and Newark continues to be a magnet for film and television projects,” said Steve Gorelick, executive director of NJ Motion Picture and Television Commission. “A one-off show like ‘America’s Big Deal’ will bring great excitement to the city, and we are delighted to welcome their production team.
Every week at the show, entrepreneurs will take the stage for a product pitch. The contestant with the highest dollar sales before the buying window closes during the episode will win the chance to strike a deal with one of the show’s retail giants, the commission said . The will be hosted by Scott Evans, “Access Hollywood” reporter.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said he was happy the show was airing from Newark in its first season.
“This project will not only strengthen recognition of our city’s most historic performance venue, but it will also serve as an economic development tool by creating jobs for local residents, helping to hand over event staff and employees. machinists at work, ”Baraka said.
“Part of the mission of Newark Symphony Hall is to leverage our site for economic development, including job creation for Newark residents,” said Taneshia Nash Laird, President and CEO of Newark Symphony Hall. “As we begin to reopen after the COVID closures, we plan to attract more television and film productions to our historic performing arts center, which includes a 2,800-seat concert hall, a 1-seat ballroom. 200 people and a 250-seat black box theater. “
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