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What percentage do entertainment managers get?
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Capilano University of British Columbia, Canada has a diploma program of Arts and Entertainment Management - it's the best in the field - 90% of the graduates get a job immedi…ately after they graduate - it's kind of expensive though. If you want online courses, check Deakin University. Other possible universities in the UK: Leeds Met , Glion or Stenden. Look into UCLA Extension classes. They have some entertainment business courses.
Depends who they are. It is just an on-screen acting role and they would already be under contract. Ric Flair probably got quite a bit but Mike Adamle will be getting the same… as he was when he was an announcer. over 1 million dollars(20 million$)
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Are Media management programs are entertainment applications that turn artificial environments into a realistic experience?
no, that's virtual reality programs
That is Joe McCarthy with a lifetime record of 2125-1333 for a winning percentage of .615. McCarthy managed the Chicago Cubs from 1926-1930, the New York Yankees from 1931-194…6, and the Boston Red Sox from 1948-1950.
about 80% of middle management personnel are career people.
Managers help to craft winning game plans and provide effective solutions for artists, and their objective analysis helps to unearth crucial opportunities at a time when every…one is trying to figure out ways to make money in a shifting music industry landscape. * Managers see the big picture. Musicians are often too close to their own projects to step back and see things from an outside perspective - undistorted by emotion or personal bias - and managers can help them make the right decisions for their careers based on realistic facts. * Managers can be strong advocates for artists in communications with labels, agents, publishers, licensees, brand partners, sponsors, promoters, radio stations, etc.; and help to keep them all accountable, interested, and energized. Managers also help to translate the "band language" into "brand language" while speaking to members of the music business community. * Managers help to encourage artists through the many moments of frustration, disappointment, self-doubt, and fatigue that artists encounter as they go about their business. * Managers help out with the workload. There are simply too many things to be done for most artists to effectively do themselves. Managers can spend time strategizing, analyzing data and paperwork and monitoring progress so that artists can create and perform their music while interacting with and growing their fan base. * Managers act as sounding boards to give artists honest opinions about ideas. Friends, family members, and even fans cannot always be counted on to tell artists the truth out of fear of the potential fallout. * Managers act as filters and buffers to protect artists from unscrupulous individuals. * Managers can help bring credibility to an act in negotiations with labels, sponsors and brand partners, who believe that an artist is more likely to fulfill their obligations with a strong manager on board than without.
75% I just go the question wrong on my test and I picked 50%. The answer is 75%
It will depend on the organisation. An "Average" project might take between 10-20% PM costs. Bigger projects normally take more PM costs.
For me, entertainment means clubbing in Asia. It's dancing to the beat of HK djs. What mor can I ask for?
Entertainment is what one does to pass time or to enjoy such as watching a play or movie. Playing is also another form of entertainment.
The industry standard is 10 to 20 percent of the client's entertainment income.
12% to 15%