An overview of how our Sales team works with your title once acquired.
How it Works:
- Pitching starts immediately after your title is successfully acquired (listed as 'Active').
- Your title will be pitched to any Channel where it meets their content requirements and programming strategies. Channel-specific content requirements can be found on their profile page in the Channels page in your account.
The timeline for when a Channel issues a license can vary based on their programming needs and strategy.
As your title generates more revenue, it's likely more Channels will want to issue a license as your Filmhub popularity score increases.
For example, when producers choose to self-distribute on Amazon, it can greatly hurt their future earning potential on Filmhub since we don’t have the extra data in our system to increase the title’s licensing potential.
- Titles with strong artwork and high production value are more likely to be selected.
- Need some new artwork? We can help with that.
- A trailer enables our Sales team to give Channels a preview of your story.
- Make sure your trailer meets our video requirements before submitting.
- Tags allow our sales team to put your titles in front of the right buyers. This is a critical step to help pitch your title.
- 20+ tags is a great start!
- A compelling sales pitch is an essential element our Sales team uses when pitching your title to Channels.
- This is a great place to note any awards or well-known cast members.
- An IMDb page for your title is a key element Channels use to determine credibility and potential audience.
- Before submitting, include an IMDb link in your title’s listing tab (ideally with 50+ votes).