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Inside Reality TV From A Real Housewives Of Atlanta Insider
It may be Ne-Ne, Kim, Kandi and Cynthia of The Real Housewives of Atlanta who people tune in to see but without Joye, there wouldn’t be much to see. Why not? Who is Joye? Joye Chin is the Exec. In Charge of Production for the hit reality show.
By: Women in Film & Television Atlanta
· How the stars of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta were / are cast
· How a reality show put together
· How much editing is done to “make” a “real” story
· How the concept for a reality show is created and what makes a winning concept
· How real the reality really is
With five seasons of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, eight episodes of The Kandi Factory and eight episodes of Don’t Be Tardy on the short list of her credits, Chin can certainly share tips about how to be on the top of the reality TV business…and she’ll be doing just that in three days…
Chin will be a panelist for the 2013 Women In Film & Television Atlanta (WIFTA) Kickoff on February 21, 2013 at Aurum Lounge 915 Peachtree St. NE Atlanta, GA 30309. The event, which is open to the public, will run from 6:30p – 10p. Online registration costs: WIFTA Members – Free / Non-Members - $20; Onsite registration costs: Members - $25 / Non-Members - $25.
To book an interview with Joye Chin or WIFTA President Cheryl Jenkins the night of the WIFTA Kickoff or prior to the event, please contact: BJ Arnett at publicrelations@
Women In Film & Television Atlanta (WIFTA), a 501(c)(3) Georgia non-profit, is a member-based professional organization affiliated with other Women In Film chapters around the world. Since our inception in 1974, the Atlanta chapter has proudly had a membership community of multi-generational and culturally diverse professionals, which include producer, directors, actors, entertainment attorneys, camera and sound technicians, film editors, graphic design artists, make-up artists, wardrobe specialists, screenwriters, talent agents and casting directors. WIFTA is dedicated to improving the status and portrayal of women in film, television and screen-based media by offering opportunities for media makers to connect, create, champion and inspire.