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Media Law for Producers, 4th Edition by Philip Miller

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Wrapping It Up: Protecting Your Finished Production

All of the creative work is complete, and you are in the process of wrapping up your production. Along with making sure that the program really is ready to display or distribute, you should do a final check to make sure that you have left no administrative or financial loose ends. As part of the wrap-up process, you should also take the time to give the production one last legal review.

At this point, if you have been following the guidelines presented in the preceding chapters, your production should be in solid shape. First, as discussed in Chapters 2 and 3, you should have obtained signed contracts covering your relationships with performers, writers, crew members, and other ...

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