What follows below are the various Policies and Best Practice Guidelines that we follow at Get Success TV.
We also request that any outside third parties working on productions with us comply with our policies.
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No programming can be commissioned between GSTV and a client without an active BPA. This sets out the nature of the commissioned production.
Below the BPA is set of accompanying Explanatory Notes for the client.
Broadcast Production Agreement (sample)
Explanatory Notes: Broadcast Production Agreement
It aims to set out the Programme Working Title; Overall Projected Cost and a detailed explanation of the Scope of the production.
Production Budget & Scope (sample)
It sets out the exact nature of the agreement.
GSTV Contributor Production Agreement (sample)
This release form is also supported by the many Child Safety and Protection policies and guidelines.
Parent / Guardian Release form (sample)
Supply of Photographs Release form (sample)
Film / VT Clip Licence (sample)
Verbal Release to Camera
The release form sets out the specific access and filming rights whilst on the property.
Location Release form (sample)
Signs for Filming on Private Property Open to the Public (samples)
POLICIES & BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES
This Policy establishes the arrangements through which GSTV will manage and control its independent productions. Furthermore, this Policy is intended to ensure that independent contractors and their sub-contractors / freelance personnel, are made aware of, and are in compliance with, all relevant health and safety requirements while working on behalf of GSTV.
Independent Contractor Corporate Policy (Health & Safety)
This statement sets outs how the health & safety interaction occurs between GSTV and independent contractors.
GSTV Health & Safety Statement
The interests and safety of children and young people must take priority over any editorial requirement. There are many aspects to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, ranging from child protection to keeping their personal details safe.
They apply whether we are making a film with a child or receiving user generated content from young people. These guidance notes give advice to help to ensure duty of care for our young contributors and actors.
Children Participating in Programmes Guidance Notes
In line with this, we want to help families keep their children safe on-screen and online. We work at a number of levels - from continually improving our own technology, to ensuring checks are in place in programming and marketing, to working in partnership with other companies and Government, to ensure we have the highest possible standards in place.
This Child Safety Approach is to act as an umbrella for all policies or guidelines relating to children and applies to all GSTV People. It also tells you who to go to for further information or any queries.
GSTV's Child Safety Policy
GSTV is committed to devising and implementing policies so that everyone accepts their responsibilities to safeguard children from harm and abuse.
This policy sets out all key areas where child protection may be of issue during commissioned production work and how GSTV people deal with such situations.
GSTV's Safeguarding Children Protection Policy