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I do buy-out music for tv all the time and I ask 100€ for every hour of work. Anything above that will probably be rejected. So for several bumpers that air every week I got 500€. Since you're going for a larger audience your price may be a little higher, but considering you're not a big name it might be good to go for it anyway. Also, if they really want ...


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You can start by seeing if they have a budget that they are trying to stay within. Many mnemonics end up as a buyout because they are used on such a wide variety of projects for broadcast but also internal. Companies will sometimes have a set number of versions/revisions they will want and that would be good info to know also. For example maybe you need to ...


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I personally have no idea what UK rates are. Having said that - Sometimes studios have rates that they will generally pay freelancers or a series of rates based on budget, experience and what your tasks are. Flying there - Are they paying for room and board or are you flying in on your own because you need the project? Do you know what a standard staff ...


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