5 Minutes With: Miriam Eryan, producer E! AustraliaBy Briana Healey in Media News on Thursday, 07th January 2016 at 10:57am
Miriam Eryan is a news and lifestyle television producer. She has previously worked at Mornings on 9, The Morning Show and The Daily Edition. Eryan also is the founder and editor of online magazine islethree.com.au.
Where do you work and what do you do?
I work at E! Australia on a show that has just launched called "The Hype." Working as a producer involves everything from chasing talent, locking in guests, interviewing, field producing, scouting locations for interviews, scripting, editing packages, daily research and pitching of segment ideas.
Have you ever made a stuff-up on the job and what did you learn from it?
I have made several! The worst has been locking in a guest for the wrong segment time when I was working at channel 9. Fortunately I'v...
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