Talent Agency Manager. Sergio Perilla MUM 2702, Professor Calle Miami Dade College Spring 2007. Description. Talent Agents Represent and promote talent and performers to prospective employers. May handle contract negotiation and other business matters for clients.
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Talent Agency Manager
MUM 2702, Professor CalleMiami Dade CollegeSpring 2007
Talent Agents Represent and promote talent and performers to prospective employers. May handle contract negotiation and other business matters for clients.
In the music business they book live personal appearances, tour sponsorship, television specials and TV commercials.
In Florida a person acting as a talent agent is required to be licensed by the state.
Acting as an unlicensed talent agent is punishable by a $2,500 citation on the first offense.
A talent agent has access to a growing talent pool market in South Florida. In fact, Miami’s greater cosmopolitan area comprises one of the most expansive and successful entertainment markets in the world, and continues to serve as a top destination for aspiring artists.
Employment is expected to grow 22 percent over the 2007-17 decade as industry increasingly rely on agents to
Job growth is projected in very large talent agencies that specialize in specific areas.
Employment: 38,000 to 40,000
Hourly wage:$17.00 to $52.00
Annual wage:$85,140 to $109,000
The last tendency is to represent and promote online talent.
“United Talent Agency, a Hollywood talent agency, has teamed up with advertising agency Spot Runner to create 60 frames entertainment. 60Frames will work on the financing, ad sales and syndication of professionally-produced online content."
About 27 percent, over three times the average for all occupations, are self-employed.
Despite much faster than average employment growth, keen competition is expected for jobs; opportunities should be best for those with a graduate degree, specialized expertise, and a talent for salesmanship and public relations.
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2008). Overview of BLS statistics by occupation. Retrieved March 17, 2008, from: http://www.bls.gov/bls/occupation.htm.
Passman, D. (2003).All you need to know about the Music Business (5th ed.). New York, NY: Free Press Publications.