Host For Train Show

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davidbc

New Member
We are a production company in Los Angeles looking for a host for a reality development project who is absolutely crazy about TRAINS! If you are an expert in the history and operation of railroads, a collector of model trains, an enthusiast about trains then we want to hear from you. We are looking for an over-the-top FAN of trains and railroads who is great on camera and loves to talk trains! Please send details of your experience to david@bciitv.com.
24-40 year-old male. Non union.
 

Texas.Pacifico

New Member
We are a production company in Los Angeles looking for a host for a reality development project who is absolutely crazy about TRAINS! If you are an expert in the history and operation of railroads, a collector of model trains, an enthusiast about trains then we want to hear from you. We are looking for an over-the-top FAN of trains and railroads who is great on camera and loves to talk trains! Please send details of your experience to david@bciitv.com.
24-40 year-old male. Non union.
How about getting in touch with Toad Cluck?????
 

RRKen

New Member
There is a gal in St. Paul who would fit the bill. She was known here as Kevin Larson. Nice voice, knows Railroading.
 

brad_in_omaha

Active Member
I can't figure out thise documentary type shows. They shows with the solid announcer (deadliest Catch, Dirty Jobs, Storm Chasers, Modern Marvels, etc) do great and have been around season after season. However Extreme trains lasted six episodes. May be they should examine their audience before picking someone that dosn't match up. Extreme trains had soooooo much potential, Its too bad its gone.
 

davidbc

New Member
thanks for all the replys. not too sure who toad cluck is, but im loving the foamer fighters. any of you have experience with this sort of thing? if so send me an email...
 

Trackside

Plays Well With Others
thanks for all the replys. not too sure who toad cluck is, but im loving the foamer fighters. any of you have experience with this sort of thing? if so send me an email...

LMAO!!! I'm guessing this show is going to be on the E Channel - late night.... LOL! You'll want to talk to the guys on this thread most of them are the self proclaimed "Foamer Fighters."
 




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