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It was lights, cameras and lots of action in early August when G1NBC shut down Washington Boulevard in downtown Detroit to film a pilot for “THIS DAY”. Over 350 people turned out to witness this historic event.
Patterned after the NBC “The Today Show” or ABC “Good Morning America”, the pilot was meant to be a prototype for the daily morning program, which will soon be seen coast to coast. “Each G1NBC TV Station Affiliates will use the format as they gear up for their own programming,” explained Dominic Lanza, International Network Development Director for G1NBC TV.
Shutting down the street outside of the G1NBC TV World Headquarters offices in the Book Tower Building was four months in the planning. “Working closely with the City of Detroit City Council members to close down the street took up most of our time”, recalls Maureen McIlrath, Program Director of G1NBC, and Producer for “THIS DAY”. The event was meant to be a dry run for the 30-member crew to make preparations for their full production schedule of the program.
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano was one of the guests featured in the program . McIlrath, the host of “THIS DAY”, found Ficano’s discussion of the Wayne County plan to promote ethanol as a gas alternative most fascinating. “He told of the move to get cars to use the ethanol, to build the processing plants in Wayne County to produce it and then sell it in local gas stations as well,” McIlrath said..
Another topic they covered was veteran issues such as a veteran’s park and health concerns. She agreed with Ficano when he said, “That is what we all need to look at as a community”.
On-air personalities Joe Tackett, G1NBC TV KPTK Oakland County Station Affiliate, and Squeakie Star were also on hand to interview other local celebrities who were at the event. Nina, from the G1NBC’s drama “Partners”, previewed her program, “Ask Nina”.
McIlrath was pleased with this initial effort. “All in all, it went very well. We are now in the midst of planning another pilot in October.”
“THIS DAY”, airing Monday through Friday, will feature guests that cover all walks of life: politics, cooking, local theater groups, health and fitness experts, educators, and much more. The program goes into full production during the first quarter of 2007NB
The producers are still searching for an on-air host for the show. If you think you have what it takes, call G1NBC TV 704.817.1056 for an appointment.
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