Nathan Bedford-The star of the upcoming American Horror Story franchise is now set to join the ranks of other stars in the genre with the news that the actress and her family will be taking a trip to Las Vegas to compete in the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Broadcast Business Model Competition.
Bedford-The series star was in the midst of filming for a new movie called American Horror Martyrs when she decided to take the trip to Vegas and take part in the competition.
The NAB will be holding its 2017 Business Model competition in Las Vegas, and Bedford-Smith’s family will compete in Las Vegas for their $200,000 prize purse.
In addition to the NAB, the competition will be hosted by CBS Television Studios, and will be broadcast live online at CBS.com and via the CBS Interactive channel.
Natalie Morales and the other contestants are expected to win the cash prizes and will then have the opportunity to win prizes at various NAB events in Las, New Orleans and elsewhere.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the NACS Broadcast model is a competition between the networks and other businesses that compete for viewers.
It’s based on the assumption that the viewer wants to watch a show they are interested in but are unable to purchase a television package.
“We believe in creating opportunities for our industry to grow and thrive in a time when we are seeing so many businesses go under,” NAB Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts said in a statement.
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‘American Horror Story’ returns with a third season on FX, and fans can tune into the premiere on Wednesday, October 22 at 8 p.m. EST.