October 11, 2016
Alex Beall | Article Source
The Nonfiction Producers Association has opened up membership to smaller producers and service providers to better connect the industry.
To help smaller and independent companies qualify, the Nonfiction Producers Association has restructured its membership model.
NPA has broadened its membership criteria and introduced three levels of membership based on company size and work load. These include the standard level for companies meeting the original specifications, the emerging level with lower entry barriers for small companies, and the sole proprietor level for independent producers and showrunners with their own labels. Dues pricing will depend on a company’s membership tier.
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