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Popped by your site as requested.Erm... So how do I find out more about what this whole "being a correspondent for ChocolateTelevision.com and the IndieFoodChannel.com" thing is all about?
To be an official correspondent for TasteTV, first you have to know about the topic. Sort of be an expert in it, or at least love it, and we find that people like you do. The second thing is you need to have a digital camera, or access to one, because in essence you will be a reporter in the field, and taping your reports and sending them to TasteTV, where they will be edited and broadcast. Of course, there are a lot of vlogs and podcasts where people are doing the same thing, and we love them. But TasteTV is a place where we bring the best of them together. Plus, if you're a TasteTV correspondent or reviewer about something like chocolate, for example, then the great thing is that we make sure you are provided with samples of the newest, tastiest, and best chocolates there are. You review them in your blog, but you also film your review and send it TasteTV. As our audience grows, your audience grows, as does your celebrity and "expert" status.Pretty cool, no?
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