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Attention MERO Re: TV Deal

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you have to find a way to get yourself on this show. or convince them to do it in the bx instead.

 

 

http://www.bthsnews.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=369&Itemid=2

 

Written by Marc Williams

Tuesday, 06 February 2007

MTV will be filming a pilot about Brooklyn. The producers are looking for Brooklyn Tech Sophomores and Juniors. Read the information about MTV's pilot call Brooklyn. Then send an email to Mr. Williams to sign up for the casting call. Or you can sign up in Room 7E4. There will be several casting call interviews and interested students will attend only by appointment.

 

 

MTV's newest soon-to-be hit show is Brooklyn. The premise is to paint an accurate picture for America of what life is like for the average Brooklyn high school student. Brooklyn, New York is made up of the Caribbean Americans of Flatbush, the Hasidic Jews of Crown Heights, the hipsters of Williamsburg and the peacenik families of Park Slope. The infamous Fort Greene projects, artsy DUMBO, upscale Brooklyn Heights and the soon-to-be arriving NBA Brooklyn Nets. With 2.6 million people packed in Brownstones, tenements and multi-unit apartment complexes, Brooklyn is a jumble of cultures, creeds and economic strata. A cross between Harlem in its heyday and Paris, Brooklyn is the ultimate city within a city. In fact, if it weren't already incorporated into New York City, Brooklyn would be the third biggest city in the country. It's said that one out of every six Americans has had a parent or grandparent who lived in Brooklyn at some point.

 

With that said, there is only one school in all of Brooklyn that represents all of those people, and that is Brooklyn Tech High School. BTHS does not only represent the people of Brooklyn, it also offers the inspiration, education, values and glimmer of hope that all the other public schools are lacking.

 

With a student body of 4,000, BTHS represents the many faces of teenagers in Brooklyn. Rich, poor, Asian, Black, White, Hispanic and everyone in between come here to learn. Since 1922, BTHS has been the home to everyone from bodybuilders to entertainers to noble laureates. Considered to be one of the best magnet schools in the country, BTHS is a cutthroat competition even before the year starts. BTHS has proven to be a golden free-of-charge opportunity: the first step onto a life of success.

 

But, at the end of the day, despite all its diversity, class divides and Brooklyn grit, BTHS is just like any other American public high school.

 

This is a show about America's urban teenagers, the street savvy teenagers, the teenagers who have to grow up that much faster because if they don't, the city will eat them alive. They will be real and they will be tough and ready for anything that comes their way or at least so they think.

 

Welcome to Brooklyn.

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GOOD LOOKIN MY DUDE, WORD.. BUT I GRADUATED HIGHSCHOOL LIKE 32 YEARS AGO. ALSO, FUCK BROOKLYN THAT SHIT IS CORNY. I NEED TO BE ON TV THOUGH NIGGAS NEED TO MAKE IT HAPPEN FOR THE KID.

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i thought he's from the bronx not brooklyn.

 

i mean, take a look at his life, and you can see that

he's from the bronx where its known to hear the heat clap

yall need a nigga like him to point'cha fingas at

so stop hatin on the don, you know ya need crack

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