PALE BLUE LIGHT is a television drama series centered on a hip-hop record company called Pale Blue Light Records. The show focuses on the behind-the-scenes of the hip hop industry and culture. This half-hour program will deal with the drama and lifestyle that is hip hop. The shady record deals, the struggles and squabbles defacing the business, the conflicts between labels and the ghetto-fabulous lifestyle that is hip hop. Our show directly targets the largest built-in television audience in the world -- the "Hip Hop Nation." The series will focus on the everyday lives of those who work at Pale Blue Light Records -- at times a to-scale representation of the highly commercial industry as a whole, at others an intentional counterpoint -- as the show's stars struggle to make ends meet while also trying to raise hip hop as an art back to the days of its genesis. The character development, smart dialogue and multi-dimensional contexts are what will hook viewers outside of the world of hip hop; cameo appearances by real hip-hop artists, playing themselves, will blur the line between fantasy and reality.
The series will also cover: the video shoot and what happens when the cameras stop rolling; entanglements between artists and their fans; the myths of the hip-hop industry; radio stations and TV networks and how a song gets air-play; the violence that plagues the industry; individual conflicts, mudslinging and power-tripping and the chain of unexpected incidents and mysterious events that reconstitutes Pale Blue Light Records as one of the hottest record companies in New York. As for the Ghetto-Fabulous Lifestyle, we'll get a firsthand look at the diamonds, mansions, Bentleys and Benzes -- who owns, who rents and who fronts. The hip-hop audience only knows what they see on MTV and what they read in trade magazines, and they're always curious to know more. The show will get its stories from the actual industry -- we've assembled a panel of experts and consultants from within the industry to make sure of that. Written and Directed by Eddy Duran. This is a sample intro. We will be pitching it to major cable networks. For more info please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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