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Inventor-friendly TV Show - Casting Call

The casting call will soon close for the first episode of a new inventor-friendly TV show for a major cable channel. They are seeking food-related inventions: growing, processing, storing, serving, disposing, etc. Participants could score a licensing deal with one of the nation’s top manufacturers, with professional guidance along the way.

Only 3 requirements:

  1. Invention should be at least patent-pending.
  2. A working prototype to show off.
  3. Outgoing personality, comfortable appearing on TV.

If this sounds like you or somebody you know, contact the Casting Director directly at [email protected] as soon as possible. Casting will soon close for the first episode.

Response so far has been great. This is a real show, by a reputable, inventor-friendly production company who values your privacy and intellectual property. Your information will not be shared with anyone unaffiliated with the program. See to view their previous work.

Patrick Raymond (former UIA Executive Director and ICKC Contest Judge will be co-hosting the show along with Steve Greenberg (the “Innovation Insider”).

Innovation key for jobs, Govt must support, Obama says

President Obama said that “the rules have changed” in the global competition for jobs and said the U.S. must adapt by make investments for innovation and infrastructure.   “We are the nation that put cars in driveways and computers in offices; the nation of Edison and the Wright brothers; of Google and Facebook. In America, innovation doesn’t just change our lives. It’s how we make a living,” he said.

Obama called for investments in biomedical research, information technology, and clean energy technology. It’s “an investment that will strengthen our security, protect our planet, and create countless new jobs for our people,” he said. He said government’s help was needed, as he made his argument for spending in those areas.

“Our free enterprise system is what drives innovation. But because it’s not always profitable for companies to invest in basic research, throughout history our government has provided cutting-edge scientists and inventors with the support that they need,” he said.    Read More


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