Earlier this year, David shared his insights on the streaming services with GHJ’s Profit Participation Services Team for its proposal for a new profit-sharing model — called the “Everyone Wins Model.”
Co-authored by Ilan, Tracy and GHJ Profit Participation Expert Grace Guenon, this model leverages insights from GHJ’s extensive database and insights from David and other industry experts to envision a profit-sharing agreement between the producer of a mini-series and a streaming service that is more equitable than the current model.
On the podcast, Ilan, Tracy and David revisit this new profit-sharing model and how it could alleviate conflict. As evidenced by the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, the current profit-sharing model for streaming deals has caused significant controversy.
Find the Media Clips Podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to listen to past episodes and hear new episodes as soon as they become available.
Ilan Haimoff, CPA, CIA, CFE, CFF, leads the Profit Participation Services practice at GHJ. His specialty includes profit participation and forensic accounting on behalf of talent, investors and co-producers at both the major and mini studios. Ilan has over 25 years of accounting experience in…Learn More
“Tracy” Liang, CPA, has more than 10 years of experience in entertainment accounting and forensic investigations. She specializes in performing audits of the production and distribution of motion picture and television programs on behalf of investors and third-party participants as well as…Learn More
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