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    uniqueplace
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    Hi there,

    I just noticed I had a placement in a tv trailer spot on BBC America. It’s a trailer for a show being aired on BBCA. Not a TV spot for a movie in theaters.

    30 seconds. How much can I pretend to get for this tv spot everytime it’s being aired?

    Best

    #34446 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    It’s a trailer for a show being aired on BBCA. Not a TV spot for a movie in theaters.”

    Sounds like a Promo and generally no money for those, unless it’s a major network.

    #34451 Reply
    uniqueplace
    Participant

    Seriously? no PR for promos?

    So if I summarize, no rights for advertising unless you do some weird stuff with numerator and blah blah blah
    no rights for promos
    survey method with ASCAP.

    Nice.

    #34448 Reply
    uniqueplace
    Participant

    Thx Art Munson

    What ? ?
    So no money for promos. No money for advertising unless you are Hans Zimm,, performance rights based on surveys.

    Performance rights really suck in USA, seriously.

    #34452 Reply
    audioscott
    Participant

    I had a song for the promo for American Pickers a couple years ago for their Christmas special, that was played all the time. No money for that. When I first started, I had a song on the Walking Dead first season, behind the scenes. Played for 1:03. Then I found out you don’t get any royalties for dvd’s. Yes, it sucks! How many dvd’s did that sell?!!

    #34454 Reply
    uniqueplace
    Participant

    But afterall It might also be due to the publisher you’re working with. I’m with a big name in the industry so I “”””might”””” get something. Will tell you that in a few months…

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