Stacy is a partner in Reed Smith`s Entertainment and Media Industry and chief negotiator on the Joint Policy Committee, the multi-employer collective agreements unit, which represents the advertising industry in multi-billion-euro collective agreement negotiations with SAG-AFTRA and the American Federation of Musicians. In addition, Stacy advises clients in all facets of advertising and entertainment law, including celebrity sponsorship, influencer and talent agreements, digital and social marketing, customer agency agreements, brand entertainment agreements, music licenses, gambling and promotions, as well as corporate sponsorship. Its clients include both global and regional advertisers, luxury and retail manufacturers, media companies and digital platforms. The full bundle. As the name suggests, this is the largest package that covers 10 Class A applications and the unlimited use of advertising in all other media within a single maximum usage period of one year (“MPU”). Manufacturers who opt for this model pay a flat fee of $20,000 for each main player on the camera (“OCP”) and $15,000 for each major player outside the camera. Using Class A after the first 10 costs $100 for OCPs. Contrary to the main agreement, rates for Class A uses do not decrease with more uses, do not vary according to the duration of the advertisement and are not discounted for guaranteed programming. This package looks like an “All You can eat” buffet, for an extra fee for caviar and lobster (i.e. Class A uses after the top 10). Based on this information, you can determine the SAG agreement or your contract.
From there, you`ll find the fees. As with most SAG agreements, the more time you set aside for the players, the less you have to pay for it per day. If you`re looking for a SAG short film contract, this is probably the right place to start. It is easier to understand it with an example. A celebrity will receive $3,000,000 in a one-year contract under a muliti service contract, under which she will perform in both audiovisual and radio commercials. Suppose the celebrity also provides robust unsured services and a 50% allowance (guideline B under the allocation guidelines) applies. This graph shows how the cap (according to the union) would have been applied under the 2016 trade agreement and how the 2019 commercial contract cap will work: unlike SAG rates for Class A, you will have to pay a little more if New York City is one of your cities, which is why most opt for the first contract. The first usage rates are: What tariff P-H? The 2019 trade agreement specifies what rate P-H applies if you have a contract that has different collective agreements.
The MOA codifies what has long been the JPC`s position, and provides that the phrase that “according to this contract at the beginning of a multi-service contract (defined as the effective date, the date of the first service or the date of payment of the executor, according to the most initial date) remains in effect until the multi-service contract is changed or an option is exercised. As the name suggests, the ACS is an alternative compensation model. If it becomes available (for productions after June 1, 2019), it will co-exist peacefully with the remuneration model in the main contract. This means that manufacturers can decide whether they wish to compensate service providers under the ACS or the terms of the main contract. (The JPC and the union sometimes use shorthand to refer to the main contract as “Lane 1” and the ACS as “Lane 2.” On April 2, 2019, the Joint Policy Committee (JPC) reached an agreement with the American Federation of Television and Radio Arts (“SAG-AFTRA”) on commercial contracts and commercial audiovisual contracts 2019.