Distribution License Contract by nathalieapham


									Proposal Draft 1 (11/05/09) An exclusive partnership agreement between TR3GROUPLLC and CREATV to distribute and monitor content of CreaTV production programs in the US. Programs Listed. Ensure royalty and residual payments are to be paid to CreaTV accordingly and fairly. Basic Draft (terms are negotiable) TERMS: 1.- TV drama ―Cỏ Đuôi Gà‖ produced in 2007 – 60 episodes – 75USD / per episode Total $4500 2.- TV comedy ―Siêu Mẩu Xì Trum‖ produced in 2008 – 30 episodes – 150USD / per episode Total $4500 3.- TV drama ―Áo Cưới Thiên Đường‖ produced in 2008 – 40 episodes – 150USD / per episode Total $6000 4.- Feature film ―Saigon Eclipse‖ 120 minutes – produced in 2006 – 1,000USD for the film. Total: $1000 5.- Documentaries Tourism & Cultural about Vietnam: most of them produced from 2005 up to now. We have more than hundreds of them, please see list of documentaries attached. 80USD per documentary Total: $++ Purchase License Terms Licenses lease of Creatv Production for a term of 3 Years. Payment of $2500/month 1. Co Duoi Ga - $20/per content air/distributed 2. Sieu Mau Xi Trum $45/per content air/distributed 3. Ao Cuoi Thien Duong $45/per content air/distributed 4. Saigon Eclipse $250/per content air/distributed 5. Documentaries $25/per content air/distributed The profitability of individual companies depends on the marketability of products, mainly their potential to attract advertising revenue for TV networks. Major products and services are the production and distribution of TV programs, commercials, and related products, like DVDs. Program production types include TV movies, dramas, situational comedies, reality, game, and talk shows; and documentaries. Revenue Mix Distribution to TV networks and stations comprises about 65% of production companies’ collective revenue; to cable and direct broadcast satellite, 15% to independent distributors and syndicates, 15% to DVD and other video media, 5% for TV sole distributors, DVD and non TV

media are significantly more important. Distributors business with TV networks and stations accounts for 45% of collective revenue; cable and direct broadcast satellite, 15% independent distributors and syndicates, 20% and DVD and other Video media, 20%

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