It took a plethora of congratulatory messages to jolt my awareness to the fact that Brits in the Box recently turned 4! So I’ve looked back over the past year and realised that yes, we should be celebrating as it’s been a great 4th year. Here’s why: Our 2nd annual Salary Report got picked up and published by … More We Are 4!
This years Brits In The Box Salary Survey is launched in collaboration with New York TV People. With a collective production community of over 12,000 members, the aim for this year’s survey is to truly capture the non-union rates that are being paid in television and digital media production (with a focus on unscripted programs and content). … More What Are You Worth?
Here’s a rundown of TV, Entertainment and Ex-Pat mutterings for the past week. The Entertainment industry is set to grow 16% by 2025 according to Price Waterhouse Coopers Global Entertainment and Media Outlook. While Asia is the fastest growth area London, New York, Paris, Berlin, Stockholm and Istanbul are the cities set to flourish with job opportunities. That’s … More The Rundown: Week Ending March 8th.
Earlier on this year we conducted a salary survey, in association with the Sidman Law Group, to learn more about non-union pay rates in non-scripted television production. After analyzing the data there were a number of key findings including: No income disparity among the sexes Location has a bearing on compensation with median earnings on … More Annual Salary Survey: The Report
Pawn Stars Producer Brent Montgomery recently sold 80% of his company to ITV Studios for a reported $380 million. Montgomery was the subject of much discussion at last week’s Realscreen West … There’s the ground-breaking Pawn Stars season order of 104 episodes, and the strategic path from Show Runner to media mogul orchestrated by agents … More How To Pitch by Leftfield’s Brent Montgomery