What It Takes to Be the Co-Host of a Music TV Show Like The Loop
Source: Network Ten
Ever since The Loop came on the scene in early 2012, the music show has been about fan interaction and turning upcoming talent into presenting stars. Take, for example, co-host Ash London, who landed the gig after entering a competition to host alongside Scott Tweedie. They’ve been at it for almost two years, and in April Ash will be away for two weeks, leaving the door open for an intern to take her place and see how the show runs behind the scenes. The Loop is holding a competition to find this intern, who will co-host two episodes of the show, contribute to the production, and take home a cash prize — that’s not even all of it! The competition closes March 21 and all the details can be found on Ten’s website. We asked Scott to give us an idea of what it takes to co-host The Loop, so keep reading for his experience of working on the show.
Scoop From Scott
Welcome to the wonderful life of The Loop! Ash and I have been fortunate enough to be working alongside each other for over two years now and it’s THE BEST. On top of this, we have now become great mates outside of work.
Here is a bit of insight as to what we do each week to put the show together.