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Francis Quentin Taylor - Web For Actors client
I just got a free website and already started populating my industry contacts. IADB is simply amazing.
Actor Website Tips | Don't auto-start your actor reel as soon as your website loads, but if you do, mute it.More and more actor websites I stumble upon seem to auto-start a reel or trailer or some other video as soon as the home page loads. This is just bad and... impolite. Imagine every website you went to, before you could...
Actor Casting Hints | Impress Casting DirectorsAlways keep sides by your side. Even if you've got it down perfectly.
Actor Dictionary | Syndication
This is the goal for any television show. When a show goes into syndication, it means the studio (owner of the show) has sold the broadcast rights to a TV station other than it's initial airing network. This is usually on a per episode basis and occurs when a series is on its 3-4th season. This is where studios begin to see profits from their television shows. When a network buys a television show from a studio, the cost to purchase the show is usually less than the cost to produce the show. In other words, studios don't make a profit by selling their shows to the initial network. Profit is usually made when the show goes into syndication…and we're talking a lot of profit. Usually a station will by multiple season of a particular show as a package. Price of the package can range from $10-000-$850,00 per episode.
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