Thank you all for attending our first meetup. I really enjoyed meeting all of you and discussing the areas that we can work together to empower this group of talented content creators. I hope those interested in continuing this group can take the time to do some soul searching about what they can offer (either talents, contacts, resources, etc) to the group and what some of their needs are as well. Please e-mail me with your contact info, your current projects and contact info and I will set up the group Wiki.
As another assignment I will each of you to think about the following and e-mail me their answers. I will compile the answers and present the findings at our next meetup.
1) What is a fair % of revenue for writers to receive for a 3-5 minute online comedy sketch? 2) What is a fair % of revenue for actors to receive? 3) What is a fair % of revenue for a director to receive? 4) What is a fair % of revenue for a highly trafficked Internet distributor to receive? 5) What is a fair % of revenue for a producer (money plus actual production? 6)) If you had a $5000 budget to create a 3-5 minute online video and no residual money was anticipated for the sketch (ie you were paid up front with nothing on the back end) - how would you allocate that money between talent involved in production?
Thank you again for coming and I look forward to hearing from you soon!
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