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Thinking about Divorcing Your Spouse? @DivorceCourt Casting Call

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Are you having issues in your relationship?

If cast to be on the show, it pays $1,140 per couple. The show is coming back for another season and is casting couples now. If chosen to be on the show, airfare to Los Angeles along with a hotel room will also be covered.

Divorce court is the longest running court show on TV. It initially aired in 1957–1969, then again in 1985-1992. In 1999 it made another comeback and has been on the air since. The show has seen a few different judges and currently former Cleveland Heights Municipal Court Judge Lynn Toler presides. Judge Toler tries to resolve disputes between couples who are looking at divorce.

The show is casting the 2013 / 2014 season which will be the 34th season of the shows entire run.

TV show Divorce Court wants MARRIED COUPLES or COUPLES WHO LIVE TOGETHER with REAL LIFE DRAMA or even those on the verge of a DIVORCE or BREAKUP.

DIVORCE COURT IS BACK IN SESSION! Divorce Court tapes in Hollywood, CA and is seeking dynamic, interesting couples struggling through real life dramas/heartbreaks and relationship challenges. Are your in-laws ruining your marriage? Is your partner controlling, jealous, bad with money? Are you married to someone who lies, cheats or is a momma’s boy? Does your partner’s ex cause conflict in your relationship? Do you need to part ways? If you and your spouse are in need of advice, separation or repair — Judge Toler at Divorce Court wants to help!

***SEEKING BIG PERSONALITIES and FANTASTIC, ENERGETIC TALKERS! We want to hear your stories!

PAY: $1,140 per couple ($570 each) + air travel/hotel.

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EMAIL: andy@divorcecourt.com

Applicants MUST include all the following information, if you are BOTH willing to appear:
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[Casting Call] Deal or No Deal is looking for you!

 

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Summer 2013 Game Show flyer

Pitman Casting is now casting a BRAND NEW game show from the producers of “Deal or No Deal“. We are searching for high energybig personality Southern California residents who haven’t been on TV before.
I wanted to reach out to my friends to see if you or anyone you know is interested in the chance to win BIG. This new show is for a major cable network and is going to be TONS-O-FUN!!!
Pitman Casting is only auditioning this month, so please contact them ASAP.  There are several steps in the process.  Feel free to pass this information along to your coworkers, friends, and family. If you don’t think this amazing opportunity is for you, someone else you know might be great.  It is going to be a fun new show with a HUGE grand prize.
Right now, they are only casting in the Southern California area, but there is a chance that casting will open up nationwide by the end of the summer!
All you have to do is be yourself.  No trivia. No singing. No dancing.  Call or email them today with a current photo, phone number, tell us what’s the biggest risk you have taken in your life and what you would do with the money if you won. All you need is personality and the will power to go all the way!!!!
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#ChicagoMusic- 42 Ways for You to Earn Money

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Songwriter & Composer Revenue
1. Publisher advance-Bulk payment to songwriter/composer as part of a publishing deal. Paid to: songwriter composer by publishing company. Rate: varies according to deal.

2. Mechanical Royalties 

Royalties generated through the licensed reproduction of recordings of your songs — either physical or digital. Paid to: songwriter/composer by publisher, label, Harry Fox, or digital aggregation like CD Baby. Rate: 9.1 cents per manufactured copy of song/composition.

3. Commissions

Typically a request from an ensemble, presenter, orchestra or other entity for a composer to create an original work for them.

4. Public Performance (PRO) Royalties

Revenue generated when your songs are played on radio, TV, in clubs and restaurants. Paid to songwriter/composer/publisher by ASCAP/BMI/SESAC.
5. Composing Original Works for Broadcast

Typically a commercial request to compose an original jingle, soundtrack, score, or other musical work for a film, TV or cable show, or an ad agency.
6. Synch Licenses Typically involves licensing an existing work for use in a movie, documentary, TV, video games, internet, or a commercial. Paid to songwriters/composers either via publisher or record label, or via a direct licensing deal with the licensee (movie studio, ad agency, etc) if you are self-published.

7. Sheet Music Sales 

Revenue generated by the sale of songs/compositions as sheet music. Paid to songwriter/composer by publisher, or directly from purchasers if you are selling it on your website or at performances.

8. Ringtones Revenue

Generated from licensing your songs/compositions for use as ringtones. Paid to songwriter/composer via your publisher, your label or Harry Fox.

9. ASCAPlus Awards Program

Awarded by ASCAP to writer members of any genre whose performances are primarily in venues outside of broadcast media.

10. Publisher Settlement

Payment from publishers to writers for litigation settlements.
Performer & Recording Artist Revenue

11. Salary as Member of Orchestra or Ensemble

Income earned as a salaried member of an orchestra or ensemble.

12. Shows/Performance Fees

Revenue generated from playing in a live setting (for non-salaried players).

13. Record Label Advance 

Paid to artist as part of signing a deal.

14. Record Label Support

Money from label for recording or tour support.
15. Retail Sales

Revenue generated from selling physical music in retail stores or via mail order. Paid to artist/performer by your label, or digital aggregator like CD Baby.

16. Digital Sales

Revenue generated from selling music digitally/online. Paid to artist/performer by your label, or digital aggregator like CD Baby or Tunecore.
17. Sales at Shows

Revenue generated from selling recordings of music at shows/live performances. Paid to artist/performer directly by fans.
18. Interactive Service Payments

Revenue generated when your music is streamed on on-demand services (Rhapsody, Spotify, Rdio). Paid to artist/performer by your label, or digital aggregator like CD Baby or Tunecore.

19. Digital Performance Royalties

Revenue generated when your sound recordings are played on internet radio, Sirius XM, Pandora. Paid to performers by SoundExchange.
20. AARC Royalties

Collected for digital recording of your songs, foreign private copying levies, and foreign record rental royalties, distributed to US artists by AARC.
21. Neighboring Rights Royalties

Collected for the foreign performance of your recordings.
22. AFM/Secondary Markets Fund

Paid to performers on recordings used in TV and other secondary uses.
23. AFM/Sound Recording Special Payments

Paid to performers for the sales of recorded music.
24. AFTRA Contingent Scale

Payments paid to performers when a recording hits certain sales plateaus.
25. Label Settlements

Payments from labels to recording artists for litigation settlements (MP3.com, Limewire).
Session Musician Revenue
26. Session Musician/Sideman Fees for Studio Work

Revenue paid to you for playing in a studio. Paid by label, producer or artist, depending on situation.
27. Session Musician/Sideman Fees for Live Work

Revenue paid to you for playing in a live setting. Paid by label, producer or artist, depending on situation.
28. AFM/AFTRA Payments

Payments from the AFM/AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund, which distributes recording and performance royalties to non-featured artists.
Knowledge of Craft: Teaching & Producing
29. Music Teacher

Revenue generated from teaching your musical craft.
30. Producer

Money from producing another artists’ work in the studio or in a live setting.
31. Honoraria or Speakers Fees
Brand-Related Revenue
32. Merchandise Sales

Revenue generated from selling branded merchandise (t-shirts, hoodies, posters, etc.). Paid to artist/performer by fans.
33. Fan Club

Money directly from fans who are subscribing to your fan club
34. YouTube Partner Program

Shared advertising revenue, paid to partners by YouTube
35. Ad Revenue

Or other miscellaneous income from your website properties (click-through, commissions on Amazon sales, etc.)
36. Persona Licensing

Payments from a brand that is licensing your name or likeness (video games, comic books, etc)
37. Product Endorsements

Payments from a brand for you endorsing or using their product
38. Acting

In television, movies, commercials
Fan, Corporate, & Foundation Funding

39. Fan Funding

Money directly from fans to support an upcoming recording project or tour (Kickstarter, Pledge Music)
40. Sponsorship

Corporate support for a tour, or for your band/ensemble
41. Grants

From foundations, state or federal agencies

Other Sources of Revenue
42. Arts Administrator

Money paid to you specifically for managing the administrative aspects of a group that you are a member of.

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#ChicagoMusic 13 Ways To Make Money From Your Music

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It’s Your Gyrl, Ms. Carmen aka Platinum Voice PR bringing another relevant topic to you! There are plenty of artists that don’t know the business and probably have missed a lot of money! Here’s some business that should already know!

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SONGWRITER (AKA MUSIC PUBLISHING) INCOME STREAMS

In today’s world your songs can generate money and royalties via the traditional “Physical/Analog” music industry or the new “Digital” music industry. There are in fact a minimum of 13 different and specific ways that you as a songwriter can make money on of your songs.

Note – each income stream and type of royalty is generated from either the original recording of a song (i.e. the Beatles’ version of Paul McCartney’s song “Yesterday”) or from a cover of the song (i.e. if multiple artists cover the song, the song becomes an “x” factor multiplier for revenue and royalties). In the case of “Yesterday,” there are over 25,000 covers, and each version of the song can generate money for the songwriter in many different ways.

Below, these royalty and income types are broken out into two categories:

PHYSICAL/ANALOG SONGWRITER ROYALTIES AND REVENUE

DIGITAL SONGWRITER ROYALTIES AND REVENUE  

Simply stated, these are most of the different ways you make money as a songwriter.

PHYSICAL/ANALOG SONGWRITER ROYALTIES AND REVENUE

 

INCOME TYPE:

MECHANICAL ROYALTIES

Description: A royalty generated from the “Reproduction “copyright. This royalty is owed to the songwriter for each unit sold and/or manufactured for physical product – i.e.: LP, CD, cassette, USB stick, etc.

 Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Record companies or any other entity manufacturing a physical product (i.e. Victoria’s Secret, The Gap, W Hotel, Putumayo, etc.) that contains a songwriter’s song on it (either his/her own recording of the song or someone else’s cover of that song).

Amount owed to the Songwriter: In the United States: $0.091 per reproduction of a song. If it’s over five minutes, a formula rate kicks in. The U.S. Government sets the rate.

Outside of the United States: There is no government-mandated rate; however, the royalty rate is typically 8% – 10% of the list price (Varies by country).

INCOME TYPE: “ANALOG” PUBLIC PERFORMANCE ROYALTIES”

A royalty generated from the “Public Performance” of the copyright. This royalty is owed to the songwriter for each individual “Public Performance” of a song.

Side note: Under U.S. law, a public performance occurs when music is played in: (1) A place open to the public where there is a substantial number of persons, outside of a gathering of family and friends (like a live gig); or (2) the performance is transmitted to such a place (like being in a bar watching the live gig happening somewhere else); or (3) the performance is transmitted so that members of the public can receive the performance at the same or different places, at the same or different times (like being at home and watching the gig on the internet).

Who/what generates and pays this royalty:

AM/FM radio, network television, cable television, live gigs (i.e. when you play live, the venue must pay for the public performance of the song regardless of if it’s an original version or a cover of a song), airplanes, retail stores, bars, restaurants, salons, offices, elevators, telephone hold music, movie theaters outside of the U.S. (for example, each time the movie Titanic played, Celine Dion was paid by the movie theaters for the public performance of her song), grocery stores, shopping malls, etc.

Amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate. Instead, there is a one-to-one negotiation between the Performing Rights Organization (PRO) and the other entity. However, governments tend to have “Rate” judges oversee these rates to assure they do not get unreasonable. These government entities can adjust rates.

INCOME TYPE: SYNCHRONIZATION LICENSE ROYALTIES

Description: A royalty generated from the “Distribution” copyright. A one-time license payment is made to the songwriter, allowing the synchronization and distribution of a song (either the original recording or a cover version) with a moving image (i.e. a song in a movie, TV show, commercial, DVD, video game, etc.).

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Film studios, TV studios, production companies, ad agencies, video game companies, etc.

Amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate. The license fee is a one-to-one negotiated amount usually based on length of use, if it’s in the background or up front, the territory, the format, and the popularity of the TV show. The range can be from a few hundred dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

INCOME TYPE: MECHANICAL SYNCHRONIZATION ROYALTIES

Description: A royalty generated from the “Reproduction” copyright. A per unit royalty payment based on number of units manufactured that includes the song (either the original recording or a cover) in a greeting card, toy, video game, etc. who/what generates and pays this royalty: Hallmark, various toy companies, video distributors, video game companies, record companies, etc.

Amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate per unit based on the product. The royalty is usually paid based on initial manufactured units.

INCOME TYPE: PRINT ROYALTIES

Description: A royalty generated from the “Public Display” copyright. Either a one-time or per unit payment based on the printing of lyrics, sheet music, tablature, etc.

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Hal Leonard, Alfred Music Publishing as well as various magazines (i.e. Guitar Player showing tabs for a song), books, etc. On rare occasion, a hotel (or other entity) may have a lyric quoted (like the Hard Rock Hotel), and in this case the hotel pays. If the lyrics appear on a t-shirt, the entity making the t-shirt pays a royalty.

Amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate. It’s a one-to-one negotiation. For sheet music, it is usually 15% of retail price, and/or a one-time fee for pressing is also often negotiated.

DIGITAL SONGWRITER ROYALTIES AND REVENUE

INCOME TYPE: DIGITAL DOWNLOAD MECHANICAL ROYALTIES

Description: A royalty generated from the “Reproduction” and “Distribution” copyrights. This royalty is owed to the songwriter for each unit downloaded.

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Any download music services: i.e. iTunes, Amazon, Google, Beatport, Spotify, Rhapsody, Zune, Verizon, etc., as well as any “direct to fan” sales (i.e. RootMusic, TopSpin, etc.).

Amount owed to the songwriter: It works the same as physical reproductions.

In the United States: $0.091 per reproduction of a song. If it’s over five minutes, a formula rate kicks in. The U.S. Government sets the rate.

Outside of the United States: There is no government-mandated rate, however, the royalty rate is typically 8% – 10% of the list price (varies by country).

Important Note – outside of the U.S., the digital music services need both the right of Reproduction and the right of Public Performance to allow a song to be downloaded. Therefore, the local PRO and/or collection agency bundle these two rights together and usually charge 8% – 10% of the list price (varies by country).

INCOME TYPE: STREAMING MECHANICAL ROYALTIES

Description: A royalty generated from the “Reproduction” copyright. This royalty is owed to the songwriter for each stream of his/her song via an “interactive” streaming service (“interactive” means the user can choose his/her songs, stop, go backwards, go forwards, create custom playlists, etc., with no restrictions).

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Any interactive digital music service: Rhapsody, Spotify, Rdio, Deezer, Simfy, Zune, Mog, MySpace Music, Nokia, Slacker, etc

Amount owed to the songwriter: In the United States: A government mandated rate of 10.5% of Gross Revenue minus the cost of “Public Performance” (at the moment, the average rate per stream is about $0.005. Note – this rate has increased rapidly over the past two years and is expected to continue to grow).

Outside of the United States: There is no government-mandated rate. The royalty rate is typically 8% – 10% of the list price.

INCOME TYPE: DIGITAL NON-INTERACTIVE “STREAMING” PUBLIC PERFORMANCE ROYALTIES

Description: A royalty generated from the “Public Performance” copyright (also known as the “Right of Communication”). This royalty is owed to the songwriter for each individual “Public Performance” of a song via the internet or any other digital source (cable, satellite) via a “non-interactive” digital service (“non-interactive” means the user cannot pick songs, create playlists, go backwards, see what song is playing next, etc. Think of it like AM/FM radio).

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Pandora, Slacker, LastFM, iHeartRadio, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, cable companies, any radio simulcast on the Net (about 3,000+ entities in the U.S., thousands more outside of the U.S.).amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate. There is a one-to-one negotiation between the Performing Rights Organization (PRO) and the other entity.

The rate they charge the entity is usually based on a % of its Gross Revenue. Then the PRO uses its own formulas and methods to calculate how much the songwriter gets paid.

INCOME TYPE: INTERACTIVE “STREAMING” PUBLIC PERFORMANCE ROYALTIES

Description: A royalty generated from the “Public Performance” copyright (also known as the “Right of Communication”). This royalty is owed to the songwriter from each individual “Public Performance” of a song via the Internet or any other digital source (cable, satellite) via an “interactive” service (“interactive” means the user can choose his/her songs, stop, go backwards, go forwards, create custom playlists, etc., with no restrictions).

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: YouTube, Spotify, Rhapsody, Rdio, Deezer, Simfy, MySpace Music, any other telecom and/or subscription streaming music service anywhere in the world. Also applies to on-line gaming (i.e. Mafia Wars, etc.).

Amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate. There is a one-to-one negotiation between the Performing Rights Organization (PRO) and the other entity. The rate they charge the entity is usually based on a % of its Gross Revenue. Then the PRO uses its own formulas and methods to calculate how much the songwriter gets paid.

Important note – outside of the U.S., the digital music services need both the right of Reproduction and the right of Public Performance to use a song in an interactive streaming service. Therefore, the local PRO and/or collection agency bundle these two rights together and usually charge 8% – 10% of the list price (varies by country).

INCOME TYPE: DIGITAL SYNCHRONIZATION LICENSE

Description: A royalty generated from the “Distribution” and “Reproduction “copyrights. A per use license payment to synchronize a song (either the original recording or a cover version) with a moving image (i.e. YouTube, Vimeo, etc.).

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Primarily sites like YouTube and Vimeo that have “User Generated Content” (aka UGC), although artists can upload their own videos.

Amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate. There is a one-to-one negotiation that sets the per use royalty rate. It’s typically a % of Net Revenue as generated by advertising dollars.

INCOME TYPE: DIGITAL PRINT

Description: A royalty generated from the “Public Display” copyright. Either a one-time or per unit payment based on the display of lyrics, sheet music and tablature on websites, apps, etc. (this includes avatars with virtual t-shirts).

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: On-line lyric websites, musician websites, websites with avatars, digital version websites of magazines, etc.

Amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate. The royalty is typically a fee for a Term (period of time) and/or a % of the Gross Revenue from the site (paid subscriptions, advertising).

INCOME TYPE: MECHANICAL ROYALTY FOR A RINGTONE/RINGBACK TONE

Description: A royalty generated from the “Reproduction” and “Distribution” copyrights. A royalty is owed from the purchase of a ringtone/ringback tone for mobile devices.

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Telecoms (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Cricket, Vodafone, etc.) and music services.     

Amount owed to the songwriter:  In the United States: it is $0.24 per ringtone.

Outside of the United States: there is no government rate set. It is a % of Gross Revenue.

INCOME TYPE: PUBLIC PERFORMANCE ROYALTY FOR A RINGTONE/RINGBACK TONE

Description: A royalty generated from the “Public Performance” copyright. A royalty owed for the public performance that occurs with the play of a ringtone/ringback tone.

Who/what generates and pays this royalty: Telecoms (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Cricket, Vodafone, etc. and music services.

Amount owed to the songwriter: In both the United States and outside the United States there is no government rate. It’s a one-to-one negotiation.

I hope this information helps!

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