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Wednesday, November 1, 2023The entertainment industry has various potential risks and liabilities. Whether you’re a filmmaker, musician, event organizer or any other entertainment industry professional, you’re surely familiar with the unpredictable nature of this field. That’s where entertainment insurance offers a safety net for the showbiz world. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 5, 2017Making a film of any kind often means some form of on-location shooting. Whether you’re filming a documentary, drama or infomercial, you might use someone else’s property to help set the scene. Whenever you film on location, you have the potential to damage someone else’s property. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, February 8, 2017If you are part of a band, you know that your image is everything. In addition to making great music, you also work on building your professional reputation. Some musicians get a bad reputation for being difficult acts to book. These musicians might cause damage or not respect the venue they perform in. READ MORE >>
Friday, November 11, 2016Film production today is often much more involved than shooting scenes on a darkened stage with a wooden set as a backdrop. Many producers take movie shoots on location in order to tell authentic stories. When you are filming on location comes with added risks, as the process can expose your equipment, crew, cast and even the location to potential liability concerns. READ MORE >>
Thursday, March 24, 2016Like any company, entertainment businesses face certain risks that can threaten their financial stability. This is especially true of liability risks because, generally speaking, a lot of guests attend events that an entertainment business plans. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 23, 2015Are you hosting a concert or setting up a TV show filming? Running a big entertainment event is no easy feat, and does not come without hefty investments. Before you can even begin selling tickets or shooting footage, you have to secure a venue, vendors and equipment — none of which comes free. READ MORE >>