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Founder: Jacquie Jordan

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 Jacquie Jordan



Jacquie Jordan is the founder of the ten year old Silicon Beach based TVGuestpert, TVGuestpert Publishing and TVOnCameraTraining.com. TVGuestpert is a media development company that raises the profile of the Guestpert in the media and grows their client's core business.  With TVGuestpert, Jacquie works with businesses on their branding, promotion, marketing, producing and development, as well as their on-camera execution.

Jacquie has been involved in booking, supervising or producing as many as 10,000+ television guests. Her reign has come from successfully launching and executing many syndicated daytime programs and cable shows. Known for her ability to find the heart of any story, Jacquie garnered her second Daytime Emmy nomination for Best Show on Donny & Marie (Sony Pictures Television).

Jacquie’s foray in talent comes from her time in the trenches as a nationally recognized producer in broadcast television.As Showrunner of the long running AMC series Sunday Morning Shootout, hosted by Hollywood Icons - Chair of Mandalay Entertainment, Peter Guber and Former Editor-in-Chief of Variety, Peter Bart. Celebrity guests produced by Jacquie include Steven Spielberg, Charlize Theron, Clint Eastwood, Angelina Jolie, Peter Jackson, George Clooney and Dustin Hoffman.

Simultaneously, as Executive Producer, Jacquie launched the copy-cat formula of Shootout for the TVGuide Channel, Square-Off with a focus on the television industry hosted by Andy Wallenstein and Brian Lowry of Variety. Jacquie vetted the best the industry had to offer – from NBC head Ben Silverman, Shonda Rhimes to known television stars like Jon Cryer and Mark Harmon.

As a New York Times Best Selling Publisher, Publisher's Weekly is quoted as saying, "Jordan seems to have succeeded at her goal as laid out on the TVGuestpert website," when talking about the success of The TVGuestpert Publishing orchestrated, The Art of Having It All hitting the coveted list.

As a published author of Get on TV! The Insider’s Guide to Pitching the Producers and Promoting Yourself! (Sourcebooks 2006) and Heartfelt Marketing: Allowing the Universe to be Your Business Partner (BurmanBooks 2010), she has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Selling Power Magazine, Feedback Magazine, Emmy Magazine, and the cover of Woman’s World Magazine. As a commentator on television regarding the business of the industry and pop culture, Jacquie’s appearances include Fox Reality, Good Day New York, Fox, ABC Family, CBS’s Big Shot Live, TV Guide Channel, CBS Evening News, FX and countless radio shows.  Jacquie is a graduate of the University of Delaware, with a B.A. in Communications and a minor in theater.

She currently resides in Los Angeles spending her free time practicing yoga and raising awareness around animal neglect.


Four Minutes of Real Estate on The TODAY Show

TVGuestpert.com I was asked, "Is four minutes for my segment good or bad?"   My response is, "Everything out of your mouth is real estate."   The key to delivering a mutually fulfilling interview is to know that it's an orchestration of a dance. On your behalf, tedious conversations between us and the show's producer have gone back and forth in negotiating the content based on their expectations and the TVGuestpert's offerings.   Most folks assume incorrectly th
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What color is my opportunity?

TVGuestpert.com In my newly released book, Heartfelt Marketing: Allowing the Universe to Be Your Business Partner, I talk about our work as a company as being the aggregator of opportunity for clients. The dance goes like this - the client describes their vision as wanting the opportunity in the color of navy blue. We go out and try to catch navy blue. Sometimes, navy blue has already run it's course. However, we can catch teal blue. The client will say, "if you understood me, you w
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"Jacquie, you probably don't remember me, but you used to book me on the Montel Williams Show."

TVGuestpert.com A call from a very successful television psychologist, Dr. Audrey Wise, who credited me for her television career said, "Everything that you ended up writing about in Get on TV is everything you taught me in your young career at the Montel Williams Show." Here's one tip she said that even I forgot. The best time to pitch news directors was at the end of the news program because by then, they've moved on from that show and are forward thinking into the next show.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed!

TVGuestpert.com I am so satisfied when I have a day where I can see my Guestpert's visions for themselves come to fruition by the fruits of our labor... as I sit here and hold the galley draft of Guestpert Chelsea Krost's book, with us, "Nineteen" along with her press-kit - as she launches out here next week for her MTV audition.   As I did a tele-summit yesterday, I was able to address a series of roadblocks that we run into along the way. Managing expectations is a HUGE fac
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It's not all about YOU!

TVGuestpert.com When working with many talented folks, some ideas make it to television and some, simply don't. Most of our inquiry calls begin with, "I want to have my own television show." We think this is wonderful. However, putting this in perspective, networks pay their development folks handsomely to create and develop television shows. This is their job, and they are GOOD at it. So whenever we are engaging in the transaction of buying and selling show concepts, we have to rem
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