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its a tuff one, but there are smaller production houses and regional networks you could approach...
Most decent size cities will have production companies that you can hire at different levels. Meaning, from full production in house to hiring a crew on a day or week rate. Obviously, the more you plan and pre produce (script, shots needed, interviews pre planned, etc.) the less you have to hire.
The rate around here would be up to $5,000 a day which includes 2 or 3 member crew plus all equipment (truck to produce a show).
Now you could also go another way which would be to contact local Junior College, University and see if you could meet with the Professor to have his students do the technical stuff as a educational project.
AND/OR buy or borrow inexpensive cameras and get someone that knows about lighting (that's everything) and put together a make shift set and shoot it yourself, edit on the computer (windows movie maker) and upload to YouTube.
The idea is to Produce it and if its worth it you can sell it from there. TV people will see the concept whether it is poorly produced or not. Just give them something.
Just a few thoughts. I hope they are worth something to you.
I would greatly appreciate it if you could give me any names or places where I could possibly find these smaller production companies or regional networks.
Michel Angelo said:its a tuff one, but there are smaller production houses and regional networks you could approach...