With her new studio, Tammy Williams has made history in Georgia. She is the first African American woman to open a studio and post-production facility in Georgia. Open Rivers Pictures (ORP) is a 16,000 sq. ft. studio complex with production and post-production operations.
Williams, a former writer/producer for several television hopes to attract filmmakers and made-for-television productions with the opening of her studio.
The latest project from studio head Tammy Williams involves a reality series with award-winning gospel artist Marvin Sapp. Since his wife’s passing, Marvin Sapp has been raising his three children alone. Open Rivers is capturing the Sapp family’s transition in a new show, “Marvin Sapp: Single Dad.”
ORP is searching for the perfect host for a trendy new talk show. The ideal host is African American, Latino/Hispanic, Native American or Middle Eastern female, age ranging from 18 – 30. Must be energetic – great personality and conversationalists with a special interest in health and beauty.
Those interested, email email@example.com with your name, age, phone number, email address, a recent photo and why you would be great for the show. The deadline is Friday, August 9, 2013. They are not accepting phone calls.