Creating a TV show to teach more about air conditioning

I have worked in the TV media industry for several years, and a well-known company contacted me to help me work on a new TV show.

The show would air on the Science channel, and its purpose would be to teach customers and upcoming cooling techs more about air conditioning.

I had never researched the vast cooling industry, but I welcomed the challenge. I got the chance to work with some of the most qualified cooling representatives in the industry. For research, I would accompany them to their everyday jobs, including air conditioning repairs and installations. To watch the professionals revive a malfunctioned air conditioner was fascinating to me. The show would include videos on simple processes that homeowners can attempt to promote the optimal function of their HVAC equipment. We were also partnering with one cooling corporation to showcase the rigorous training the cooling representatives undergo to attain such high-quality skills. I had so much curating content for the show and learned a lot about quality air conditioners, including how to maintain them properly. To help with indoor comfort, the cooling specialists recommended that we schedule tune-ups bi-annually. Regular tune-ups would keep the optimal function of the cooling equipment. The research and preparation took five months. When we finally aired the pilot, we received excellent ratings. The reviews and comments flooded in about how helpful and insightful the show was. The show also advertised the cooling company we featured. They benefitted because they also had a hand in funding the show. This is the best experience of my career life, and it has gained my new skill sets. We are on the third episode now, and it still gains ratings each time.