INHD is requesting producers submit ideas for programs that take advantage of HDTV’s superior resolution ratio and surround sound to help meets its goal of producing 100 hours of new HD material per month. Shown is a new INHD original series “FHM Uncovered,” which debuts March 28. (Photo courtesy INHD.)
Cable HD network INHD is seeking proposals for new high-definition programming from broadcast industry professionals.
As part of its effort to bring 100 hours of new HD programming to viewers each month, the network will accept submissions from producers who wish to pitch new concepts for HD shows and series.
Regardless of program format, INHD is seeking engaging show concepts that exploit the video and audio advantages of high definition.
INHD will accept new HD programming concepts through the end of March 2005. Producers can submit inquiries online, via e-mail or over the telephone.
Producers must send treatments or proposals to INHD. Appointments will be made upon approval. All treatments/proposals must contain a signed submission release form available on the INHD Web site.