Things are changing all the way into the titles within the C-Suite in corporate America. Are you up on the latest roles and titles? Here is a quick snap shot of some you may or may not of heard of. Chief Ecosystem Officer Of course the three-letter acronym is already taken, but putting one person … Continue reading The new age of C-Suite titles and roles.
While the actual duties of a COO can vary greatly company to company, the classic description includes responsibility for managing the activities of the company, including daily operations. As one of the highest-ranking executives, the COO ( Chief Operating Officer) reports to the CEO and the company’s board of directors. Hiring a COO can free … Continue reading Why hire a COO?
Before you can define the best character traits and skills that make up a good Chief Operating Officer, it’s first necessary to define the job description. Because there is so much variation in job duties from one organization to another, there is also a large variation in the characteristics that make up the “perfect COO”. … Continue reading Character Traits of the a Chief Operating Officer
The states of technology, film, and politics are constantly developing and changing. This produces new challenges for filmmakers. Before 9/11 recording equipment prohibitions were more lax, and before that there were drones no one was forced to think about remote controlled aerials being regulated. So you can imagine the confusion that now exists concerning the … Continue reading You Represent the Film Community
There are ways to find the legal forms you need, even if you’re on a budget. You may not have the money for an attorney either, or the funding for college to become one yourself. If you have a smartphone you are smart indeed because there is an app called Shake that is for both … Continue reading Find the Legal Forms You Need
Permits, approval, and permission are all important when it comes to filming, and every location is different. However, you can protect yourself by researching permits ahead of time. If there are any local film offices you can start by checking with them prior to filming. For example, you may not need a permit as long … Continue reading Make Sure You Obtain the Appropriate Permits
Plot elements can be common. There are quite a few movies, and even commercials, throughout history that have the same type of storyline. This happens mainly because it’s human nature. Even if a plot line is close to another it is not consider to be a copyright violation. The idea behind why it’s not an … Continue reading Understand the Difference between Plagiarism and Parody
What Is the Concept of Copyright? The definition of copyright is the protective right that a creator holds for a body of work that they produce. This can include video clips, a specific plot element, or an audio track. If you want to use someone else’s work, you have to obtain permission otherwise you will … Continue reading Copyright, How Much Does It Protect You?
You need to understand when you’re filming in sensitive and insensitive locations. Whether you realized it or not, if you’re filming from private property across the road, and filming someone incidentally, there are certain subjects that are off-limits specifically for security reasons. These areas include government buildings, some aspects of mass transportation like train stations, … Continue reading Is Your Subject Off Limits?
When you are going to provide videos and films as a business it is important that you are protected and that you know your film rights. You may be wondering why you should even worry about film rights. Would you drive a car without the right driving license or driving permit? The answer is more … Continue reading Film Responsibly: Know Your Filming Rights