A forum for those burning business and legal questions that voice-over artists face everyday, like, LLC or S-Corp? What is a non-disclosure agreement and do I need to sign one?, Etc, Etc.
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Thanks, Rob S.
Hello. Does anyone have a basic "scope of work" template they would be willing to share? Thank you kindly. Have a great evening
This is what I love about being part of the voice over community. Everyone is so generous and helpful. Thank you so much.
Now, of course, keep in mind that this is NOT specific for radio, so it will need some tweaking. You may want an attorney to draft something for you, or at least review what you come up with as you want to be sure everything is covered, INCLUDING, and MOST IMPORTANTLY, a HOLD HARMLESS clause so if you get sued, you can sue who hired you to write the copy.
I just landed a monthly radio copy writing job for a group of markets. They are paying me a certain fee for a number of spots per market/month. I need to put together a contract and I don't know where to start. Is there a resource on-line you can direct me to.
Thanks for the invite. Your article for the VOICE 2008 Magazine/Program was amazing, to say the least. I'd love to include more on the legal side of VO in the next edition of "The Art of Voice Acting". We should talk.
Stay in Character.
James R. Alburger