productions are defined as non-commercial access programs that
are commissioned by a third party, to be
produced by CMAP Members for pay.
Party Production Guidelines
member may be hired by a third party to produce a non-commercial
video. The member can use CMAP equipment for free to produce
it, as long as the program can be cablecast on one or more
of CMAP's channels. The program will be owned by the third-party.
CMAP may re-air the program as often as the staff sees fit.
All third party productions must be approved by CMAP's Executive
Director through a signed third party contract before equipment
check-out or facility reservation . CMAP will be paid 25%
of the total project budget in exchange for use of the equipment
and/or facility to help off-set maintenance and repair costs.
Third Party representatives must sign a Third
Party Production Agreement which states, they understand
that as residents, they can take workshops and at anytime,
produce a program using CMAP's facilities for free. The third
party may specify whether or not dubs can be sold by CMAP.
If a member/user sells or distributes a program created through
CMAP for money, he/she must reimburse CMAP for equipment rental