Friday Girl TV is Seeking Content
Atlanta— Friday Girl TV, a web-based television station that features programming created by women for women is seeking content to feature on the website.
“We wanted to create a platform where women who are producing content for the web can showcase their work and expand their audience,” said Sabrina Rose Harvey, the Chief Creative Officer of Girl Genius Productions.
While shooting the third season of lifestyle show, the Girls Guide to Chic, (formerly known as Friday Girl TV) Harvey and Ashia R. Sims, Chief Content Manager, decided to expand the programming being featured on the website. In 2011, Friday Girl TV expanded to include, Homemade BFFs, RS Pop, Jodine’s Corner, Eco Bold, Ms. CEO and ShoesTV.
“We are currently seeking to add a broader base of programming to Friday Girl TV and want encourage women content creators to submit their projects for consideration,” said Sims.
Friday Girl TV is currently seeking the below type of content:
1. Scripted programming (drama, comedy, anime, animation, horror, science fiction, action)
2. Talks (speeches no more than 10 minutes long)
3. Short films (drama, comedy, horror, science fiction, action, anime, animation)
4. Instructional videos (high quality how to videos)
5. Talk shows (reality)
If you would like to submit your content for consideration, please send an email with a link to the trailer or an episode to be reviewed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday Girl TV
Launched in August 2009 as a Sex in the City styled talk show, Friday Girl TV featured October Rose, a cosmopolitan woman on the go in the southern metropolis of Atlanta taking you along on her urban adventures of fabulous lifestyles, interesting people and potentially weird situations. October would interview cool women entrepreneurs in the Atlanta area wearing fabulous outfits and great stilettos. After two great seasons with a great response, the founders of Friday Girl TV decided to expand the programming available on the website to include shows created by women. New episodes of the featured shows will air every Friday with special features, films and non-episodic programming to air every Wednesday. Visit www.fridaygirltv.com to get more information and watch the latest episodes of featured shows.
Friday Girl Media Coverage
Check out the host of Friday Girl TV, October Rose in a feature on the fashion blog, Tha Lookbook.
Ashia R. Sims, Friday Girl TV Producer was featured on The Greenlight Project, a radio show on blogtalkradio.
Ashia R. Sims, Friday Girl TV Producer was a guest on Women Making a Difference on blogtalkradio.