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Jen Grisanti: Part II - A Follow-Up

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Hey, guys--

After Wednesday's guest perspective from TV exec/producer Jen Grisanti, in which she talks about her new company, Jen Grisanti Consultancy, loyal reader Josh and a couple other people asked if she was a manager. So I talked to Jen, and here's what she had to say...

JEN: "I am not a manager per se. I will independent produce; however, the main thrust of the business is to develop and cultivate the material of writers and directors. With a management company, I would be limited to only work with a small number of clients. With a consultancy, there is no limit and I don't take 10% of their earnings. I will eventually open a management arm of the consultancy, but not in the immediate future."

Hope that helps, everyone!


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