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Media and Sexuality Production Practices The Case of the Television Industry
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Costs of Making Media ! Overhead ! Salaried staff, real estate, essential goods (computers, cubicles, technical equipment) ! Different for independent ! Pre-production ! Acquiring creative goods ! Freelance, first look, regular salary ! Broader question: what consequences do these different set-ups have for projects that are developed? " Pre-production costs are often never recovered
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Costs of Making Media ! Production ! The costs of actually making " Salaries and fees, costs of goods used (costumes, sets, insurance) " Talent agencies, different vendors (graphics, for e.g.), caterers, editing, sound, producing negative, etc. ! Post-production ! Distribution, exhibition, marketing " Printing and shipping " Advertising, Editing for television, others.
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Models of Media Financing ! Independent productions ! Varies across film, TV, music, print " Impact of digital media (Askaninja, YouTube, FunnyorDie) !
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