[PR] The Art Of Getting Jewelry Onto TV Shows, With Designer Peggy Li (Recorded Live 10-14-15)

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Jewelry Designer Peggy Li is a major designer in the handmade marketplace, and several costume designers and stylists know her by first name. In fact, Peggy has designed several pieces for nighttime dramas that you have watched, including Hart of Dixie, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Elementary, and others. Peggy is putting her jewelry-making tools down to be our Guest Expert on this TuneUp to reveal some of her secrets to getting jewelry onto TV shows.

Covered In This Webinar

  • How Peggy Li's handmade jewelry first started appearing on TV shows - without the help of an agency.
  • The impact on sales that being featured on a TV show has had on her brand.
  • An inside look at what is involved with getting jewelry from her studio to a TV show.
  • Peggy's favorite ways of tracking down the right person at a TV show when she has zero contacts there.
  • How live tweeting during the shows has impacted the Peggy Li brand and sales.
  • Ways that Peggy incorporates this type of press onto her website shop.
  • The difference between booking a scripted show versus a reality show, like The Bachelorette.
  • How Peggy leverages these press opportunities!

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Peggy Li Is Tin Shingle's Guest Expert On How To Get Jewelry Onto A TV ShowJewelry designer Peggy Li is based in San Francisco is a major jewelry designer who takes delight in hand making each piece  and is now in-demand by several costume designers for different shows. Peggy’s breakout opportunity for her brand was when her jewelry was first used by Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. You may have seen Peggy’s jewelry on shows including Hart of Dixie, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Elementary and others. Peggy has been known to score her own major press, including Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Edition two years in a row, and People StyleWatch.


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Jewelry Designer Peggy Li is a major designer in the handmade marketplace, and several costume designers and stylists know her by first name. In fact, Peggy has designed several pieces for nighttime dramas that you have watched, including Hart of Dixie, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Elementary, and others. Peggy is putting her jewelry-making tools down to be our Guest Expert on this TuneUp to reveal some of her secrets to getting jewelry onto TV shows.

Covered In This Webinar

  • How Peggy Li's handmade jewelry first started appearing on TV shows - without the help of an agency.
  • The impact on sales that being featured on a TV show has had on her brand.
  • An inside look at what is involved with getting jewelry from her studio to a TV show.
  • Peggy's favorite ways of tracking down the right person at a TV show when she has zero contacts there.
  • How live tweeting during the shows has impacted the Peggy Li brand and sales.
  • Ways that Peggy incorporates this type of press onto her website shop.
  • The difference between booking a scripted show versus a reality show, like The Bachelorette.
  • How Peggy leverages these press opportunities!

How To Watch

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About Your Instructor

Peggy Li Is Tin Shingle's Guest Expert On How To Get Jewelry Onto A TV ShowJewelry designer Peggy Li is based in San Francisco is a major jewelry designer who takes delight in hand making each piece  and is now in-demand by several costume designers for different shows. Peggy’s breakout opportunity for her brand was when her jewelry was first used by Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. You may have seen Peggy’s jewelry on shows including Hart of Dixie, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Elementary and others. Peggy has been known to score her own major press, including Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Edition two years in a row, and People StyleWatch.

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Covered In This Webinar

  • How Peggy Li's handmade jewelry first started appearing on TV shows - without the help of an agency.
  • The impact on sales that being featured on a TV show has had on her brand.
  • An inside look at what is involved with getting jewelry from her studio to a TV show.
  • Peggy's favorite ways of tracking down the right person at a TV show when she has zero contacts there.
  • How live tweeting during the shows has impacted the Peggy Li brand and sales.
  • Ways that Peggy incorporates this type of press onto her website shop.
  • The difference between booking a scripted show versus a reality show, like The Bachelorette.
  • How Peggy leverages these press opportunities!

How To Watch

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Once you buy a TuneUp, you own it forever. The video or audio recording will appear on the TuneUp page that you just purchased from, and all you need to do is press play!
 

About Your Instructor

Peggy Li Is Tin Shingle's Guest Expert On How To Get Jewelry Onto A TV ShowJewelry designer Peggy Li is based in San Francisco is a major jewelry designer who takes delight in hand making each piece  and is now in-demand by several costume designers for different shows. Peggy’s breakout opportunity for her brand was when her jewelry was first used by Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. You may have seen Peggy’s jewelry on shows including Hart of Dixie, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Elementary and others. Peggy has been known to score her own major press, including Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Edition two years in a row, and People StyleWatch.

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Jewelry Designer Peggy Li is a major designer in the handmade marketplace, and several costume designers and stylists know her by first name. In fact, Peggy has designed several pieces for nighttime dramas that you have watched, including Hart of Dixie, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Elementary, and others. Peggy is putting her jewelry-making tools down to be our Guest Expert on this TuneUp to reveal some of her secrets to getting jewelry onto TV shows.

Covered In This Webinar

  • How Peggy Li's handmade jewelry first started appearing on TV shows - without the help of an agency.
  • The impact on sales that being featured on a TV show has had on her brand.
  • An inside look at what is involved with getting jewelry from her studio to a TV show.
  • Peggy's favorite ways of tracking down the right person at a TV show when she has zero contacts there.
  • How live tweeting during the shows has impacted the Peggy Li brand and sales.
  • Ways that Peggy incorporates this type of press onto her website shop.
  • The difference between booking a scripted show versus a reality show, like The Bachelorette.
  • How Peggy leverages these press opportunities!

How To Watch

Anyone can watch a Tin Shingle TuneUp from their computer, mobile phone or tablet. The process is different for Premium Members and the public.

MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Stream any TuneUp Webinar anytime with your Tin Shingle membership. No need to purchase it, this TuneUp is ready to play from this page! When you are logged in, you will see a big screen. Press play and start taking notes! Not a member yet? You really should be...

NON-MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Once you buy a TuneUp, you own it forever. The video or audio recording will appear on the TuneUp page that you just purchased from, and all you need to do is press play!
 

About Your Instructor

Peggy Li Is Tin Shingle's Guest Expert On How To Get Jewelry Onto A TV ShowJewelry designer Peggy Li is based in San Francisco is a major jewelry designer who takes delight in hand making each piece  and is now in-demand by several costume designers for different shows. Peggy’s breakout opportunity for her brand was when her jewelry was first used by Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. You may have seen Peggy’s jewelry on shows including Hart of Dixie, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Elementary and others. Peggy has been known to score her own major press, including Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Edition two years in a row, and People StyleWatch.

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Covered In This Webinar

  • How Peggy Li's handmade jewelry first started appearing on TV shows - without the help of an agency.
  • The impact on sales that being featured on a TV show has had on her brand.
  • An inside look at what is involved with getting jewelry from her studio to a TV show.
  • Peggy's favorite ways of tracking down the right person at a TV show when she has zero contacts there.
  • How live tweeting during the shows has impacted the Peggy Li brand and sales.
  • Ways that Peggy incorporates this type of press onto her website shop.
  • The difference between booking a scripted show versus a reality show, like The Bachelorette.
  • How Peggy leverages these press opportunities!

How To Watch

Anyone can watch a Tin Shingle TuneUp from their computer, mobile phone or tablet. The process is different for Premium Members and the public.

MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Stream any TuneUp Webinar anytime with your Tin Shingle membership. No need to purchase it, this TuneUp is ready to play from this page! When you are logged in, you will see a big screen. Press play and start taking notes! Not a member yet? You really should be...

NON-MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Once you buy a TuneUp, you own it forever. The video or audio recording will appear on the TuneUp page that you just purchased from, and all you need to do is press play!
 

About Your Instructor

Peggy Li Is Tin Shingle's Guest Expert On How To Get Jewelry Onto A TV ShowJewelry designer Peggy Li is based in San Francisco is a major jewelry designer who takes delight in hand making each piece  and is now in-demand by several costume designers for different shows. Peggy’s breakout opportunity for her brand was when her jewelry was first used by Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. You may have seen Peggy’s jewelry on shows including Hart of Dixie, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Elementary and others. Peggy has been known to score her own major press, including Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Edition two years in a row, and People StyleWatch.

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