Updated for 2014: This is the repeat escalator to apply to UK repeat payments to artists/stunt individuals engaged under the Pact/Equity TV Agreement for programmes first transmitted in the UK five or more years ago.
BBC Business Framework for the Commissioning of Independent Productions
Guidance document for Pact member companies responding to the government's consultation about National Insurance
Production and Rights. The note explains the use of extracts, negotiating licences and clearing and paying third party contributions. It sets out the different extract payments for artists, musicians and writers for different broadcasters.
This agreement can be used for the engagement of a script editor through a Company. The agreement sets out the terms on which the script editor renders their exclusive or non-exclusive services for the programme to the production company. This includes the period of the agreement, remuneration and other matters.
Pact's survey of the independent production sector's investment in talent development, social responsibility and skills
Neil Esslemont from the Pensions Regulator made this presentation at Pact's pensions auto-enrolment seminar in November 2013
Chris Brown from LEBC made this presentation at Pact's pensions auto-enrolment seminar in November 2013
Chris Faulkner from Grant Thornton made this presentation at Pact's pensions auto-enrolment seminar in November 2013
This Agreement is to be used for the employment of background artistes, stand-ins and doubles by Producers working on cinema and television productions within a 40 mile radius of Charing Cross and will take effect from 6 January, 2014.