A video production agreement is one between a corporate client and a production company for the provision of a specific video program. This can be anything from a corporate training video to a TV show or advertisement and more. Without an agreement and cinematography lawyers support, things could get very messy if either party is unsure of their obligations to the other. A good contract ensures that all are working on the same page.
Creating a TV production contract or video agreement can be a difficult and time-consuming task. It will also depend on the size of the undertaking and how complex it may be. There are many variables involved in shooting a piece of video and it can require a significant amount of pre- and post-production work. You will want to ensure that every aspect of the production is covered by your TV production agreement. Typically your video production agreement will cover these areas:
A statement of work:
This is unique to each project and will contain the specific details of the work being undertaken. Usually, it will cover areas such as:
This will usually detail all of the details that are common to almost all projects:
Contracts come in all shapes and sizes and signing anything without fully understanding what it means to your business can be risky. Often you may be agreeing to something that may not be in the best interest of your company. It is vital that you carefully review any contract under the guidance of a Miami entertainment lawyer before signing and negotiate or change anything that you are unable to agree with. Typical issues are:
A rock-solid agreement that both sides are happy with is vital if issues are to be avoided. Here at Chase Lawyers, we have the expertise in this industry required to protect both parties. With us, you will be able to get reliable and solid support for your agreements.