Welcome to Local Experts TV with Matt

LETV with Matt is the place for you to have a professional TV-style interview that you can share on your website or social media. It’s fun, entertaining, and not-at-all intimidating. My job, as the interviewer, is to make you look good so you can gain new customers.

The basic format of the show is for us to spend approximately 30 minutes on camera with me asking questions that are designed to help the audience understand what you do, how you can help them, and how they can take advantage of your products or services. I do this by asking the ‘Average Joe’ questions, the thoughts on the average person’s mind that they may be too shy to ask for fear of feeling stupid. I don’t mind looking stupid in order to make you look good, so that makes it fun.

When we are done, I will do some simple editing and post the show to my Youtube channel where you can share it any way you like.

Local Experts TV with Matt

Getting Started

STEP 1 – Check the calendar for the next available open studio spot and book it.


STEP 2 – Send in your Talent Release and Support Documents.

Download the Local Experts TV Talent Release Form and send it back to me as soon as possible.

Support documents…

  • Your logo in JPG format
  • Contact information as you want it listed in the credits
  • Any printed material or website information that may help the interviewer with preparation for the show.

STEP 3 – Send payment.

Your show date will be confirmed when payment is received. There are no refunds for cancellations, failure to show, or rescheduling.

Current pricing for being a guest on the show, my preparation for the interview, studio space, final editing, and rights for you to use the video is only $100.

Payment may be made by:

  • VENMO (@Matt-Randall-24)
  • Facebook Messenger (@mattrandallcompanies)
  • PayPal ([email protected])

STEP 4 – Read these simple tips for preparing for your show.

You will be on television, but that doesn’t mean you should stress over it. A little preparation will help you feel more relaxed. Here are just a few things to think about.

Things to think about…

  • Clothing – Keep the colors somewhat neutral and try to avoid complex patterns such as stripes or plaids as they don’t film well. Professional attire appropriate to your occupation is recommended.
  • Hairstyle – It’s always nice to have a fresh coif for the camera.
  • Props – Sometimes visual aids can be good unless they become a distraction. Keep it simple.
  • Arrive on time to prevent feeling stressed or pressured.

Certain Restrictions Apply to the show and any support documents…

  • No obscene matter.
  • No material that constitutes libel, slander, invasion of privacy or public rights, unfair competition, violation of trademark or copyright, which might violate any local, state, or federal law.
  • No obvious advertising. Translation, your contact information may be shared with the audience, but the intent of the show is to provide valuable information.
  • Nothing pertaining to any lottery.
  • No promotional material concerning products or services presented for any solicitation of money or other things of value. Translation, you may not ask people to buy your services directly on the show, but your contact information may be listed for follow up.
  • No political endorsements.
  • All content is subject to review by the producer for appropriateness and has sole discretion in this matter.
  • The producer has the right to refuse to publish the program for any reason that may violate the above restrictions.