In the world of reality TV, editors wield incredible creative power. They often are responsible for creating a scene's or even an episode's storyline from nothing but a rambling tangle of raw footage. They are a show's writers, drawing engaging drama from a murky pool of images and comments. As reality TV invades every channel and time slot, the demand for editors who are comfortable with and conversant in the genre's styles, formats, and requirements increases daily. Written in an appropriately casual tone by an author who is well-seasoned in all sorts of reality TV, this guide provides sound advice about finding, landing, and keeping a reality TV editing job. In doing so, it also details the editor's duties and responsibilities, while providing a wealth of invaluable tips and tricks for doing the job well.