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On what dates should the agreement start and end?
I received funding for production only, not post-production. Why does the contract require me to deliver a completed production?
Why must I report and share in revenue with NAPT for 15 years?
Why must I give NAPT exclusive public television rights? What if I receive money from ITVS and ITVS requires those rights as a condition of funding?
Why must jurisdiction be in California (LPB), Nebraska (NAPT) and Hawaii (PIC)?
When do I need to secure Errors and Omissions Insurance?
Why does NAPT have approval rights over my deliverables, budget and work scope?
Do I need to work with a fiscal agent?
How is NAPT’s share of net revenue calculated and is it negotiable?
Why do some NAPT members ask for distribution rights (home video, etc.) to my production in addition to public television rights?
Why does NAPT have approval rights over any decreases or increases in the total production budget and why does it limit budgetary reallocations between budget categories in Exhibit B?
If NAPT cannot secure a national public television release of my production, why do the rights not revert back to me automatically?
Why does NAPT have prior approval over any presales or ancillary sales of my program and over program funders?
Why do some agreements require that funds be kept in a separate account?
Why does the agreement require that I clear/provide six (6) public television releases in four (4) years?
Why must I secure music rights for some distributions and not for a public television program?
What is the scope of the Web Content Agreement?
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