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Mark Burnett editing North Shore, creating Trump “apprentice” show.

Mark Burnett editing North Shore, creating Trump “apprentice” show.
Survivor executive producer Mark Burnett is serving as a producer on the already-filmed WB reality TV series North Shore. He’ll work on post-production and editing for the series, which debuts June 18. “He’s also executive producing a series called The Apprentice for NBC, in which a contestant has to survive New York’s corporate world to win a job working for Donald Trump,” also reports. That show’s prize will be “a one-year assignment within The Trump Organization and a six-figure salary.”
+ also: Burnett: “war seems too much like a video game” but “people can distinguish between real jeopardy and” Survivor.

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