I have a question regarding different rates for different media or bandwidth (?). I know that studios/individuals use different rates, or set up different budgets depending on the output (internet, tv) and also on the 'bandwidth' of the product (local, national, global). I guess it's a licensing issue (?), which I'm not familiar with.
Are there any guidelines or resources that explain how studios set up their budgets according to these criteria?
I hope I made question clear (English in not my native tongue)...
Re: rates according to output by Stephen Smith on Jun 6, 2011 at 2:18:00 pm
We charge per hour of work. So where it plays makes no difference on price. However, clients with bigger budgets get more hours spent on their projects and they look better. If we don't use royalty free music and use a needle drop service for music they charge more based on where it is airing. Same thing goes for talent. Hope this helps.