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About Gregory Fake
Gregory Fake is an assistant producer for the popular Lifetime TV talk show The Balancing Act. In this capacity, he works with celebrities, authors, and experts in a variety of fields to serve up interesting segments for the show. In addition to coordinating guests, Gregory Fake regularly takes The Balancing Act on location for a segment called the Road Tour, where the show’s hosts hit the road to meet celebrities and interact with fans.
Prior to joining The Balancing Act, Gregory Fake worked as an attorney for the US Securities and Exchange Commission, where he was a business and securities attorney. He also served as a business consultant for Andersen Consulting, where he helped create programmer workbenches and general ledger systems.
Gregory Fake grew up in Texas, where his family had a ranch, and where he enjoyed riding horses and fishing. He received his BA in economics from the University of Pennsylvania and began his career as a business consultant. Over the years, Gregory Fake has regularly worked in television production, helping produce programs for businesses. He believes his diverse experience in television programming has helped to shape his ability to create interesting morning television.
In 2009, Gregory Fake joined The Balancing Act, where his focus was on-location road tour programming and expert and author interviews. The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television, which recently celebrated its fifth anniversary, airs Mondays through Fridays at 7 AM eastern time/Pacific time. As Gregory Fake explains, The Balancing Act bills itself as the only hour-long TV show about women for women and trusted by women.
Hosted by Kristy Villa and Danielle Knox, The Balancing Act’s goal is to empower viewers to achieve success in every area of their lives, according to Gregory Fake. In 2010, The Balancing Act won 34 Telly Awards, an acknowledgement the show’s contribution to cable TV. As Gregory Fake describes, the show has welcomed celebrities like Jeff Probst and Kim Kardashian, in addition to featuring fashion trends and hard-hitting issues impacting today’s woman. Gregory Fake strives to create segments that are informative and entertaining without creating “fluff programming.”
In his spare time, Gregory Fake enjoys walking and spending time on the beach. He is an Eagle Scout and a deacon in the Lighthouse of Light Church. Gregory Fake’s experience also includes business and sports programming as well as outdoor TV programming and marketing and advertising.
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The Balancing Act’s Gregory Fake Seeks Content Partners for Popular Road Tour on Lifetime
Producer Gregory Fake searches for experts and businesses to appear on popular TV show.
MIAMI, Florida – November 26, 2012 – Gregory Fake, associate producer for Lifetime TV’s The Balancing Act, is looking for content partners to help with the show’s popular Road Tour. As Gregory Fake explains, the show is touring the country to meet people from different areas for entertaining and informative morning show content.
According to Gregory Fake, The Balancing Act’s Road Tour allows the show’s production team to meet audiences across America in person. “Plus, our audience gets to meet local entrepreneurs, businessmen, experts, and philanthropists and gain their insight through our programming,” says Gregory Fake.
In spring 2013, the Road Tour will take The Balancing Act’s producers across the south, to Savannah, Georgia; Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee, Raleigh, North Carolina. Gregory Fake adds that the show will also make its way to Detroit, Michigan in the coming year. At each stop, the show will be featuring local experts and businesses to show products and services that Lifetime’s female audience will connect with.
As Gregory Fake points out, Lifetime is aware that women make the majority of buying decisions in a household, making The Balancing Act a valuable outlet for the businesses and experts interviewed on the show. The Road Tour gives the show a local focus, which helps women learn valuable information about products and services in their own neighborhood.
Additionally, by traveling to different areas of the United States, Gregory Fake points out that The Balancing Act will be able to provide culturally diverse programming. The show will seek to bring tips that not only help a family save money and become more efficient, but also live longer, healthier lives.
The Road Tour will also feature segments on charities. Gregory Fake adds that women also make the majority of charitable contribution decisions in a household. The Balancing Act regularly features charities, getting the word out about initiatives that can help those in need.
Gregory Fake is a former attorney and business consultant who formerly worked for the US Securities and Exchange Commission. He has been an associate producer and special guest coordinator for The Balancing Act for three years. During this time, Gregory Fake has worked with celebrities, authors, and other notable personalities to create informative programming for the show.
The Balancing Act is a morning TV show geared toward women. The show has won several awards, including the WomenCertified Seal of Approval. Gregory Fake explains that the Road Tour is also geared toward women with similar goals, but the local angle gives the show a different feel. Producers will be traveling to a variety of locations in the future, so Gregory Fake recommends watching The Balancing Act website for information.