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June 1 at 7:51am

PGA’s Producer Code Of Credits

The PGA announced that they are close to getting the Studios to adopt their Producers Code Of Credits as the determining factor in who gets credited as producer on a project.

If you haven’t read these requirements, you must — whether you are a producer, filmmaker, financier, or crew person. Hell, you should if you are an audience member too.

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April 7 at 2:18pm

PGA Approves Transmedia Producer Credit

This is PGA’s wording for providing the credit:

A transmedia narrative project or franchise must consist of three (or more) narrative storylines existing within the same fictional universe on any of the following platforms: film, television, short film, broadband, publishing, comics, animation, mobile, special venues, dvd/blu-ray/cd-rom, narrative commercial and marketing rollouts, and other technologies that may or may not currently exist. These narrative extensions are not the same as repurposing material from one platform to be cut or repurposed to different platforms.

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