If you're in the business of providing a studio facility to the entertainment industry, you need to insure valuable post-production equipment like cameras, production, editing, musical, theatrical and miscellaneous items.
The Studio Program
The first movie studio in the United States was built in 1893 by Thomas Edison. These days, studio facilities are primarily located in Southern California but also in other states and provinces.
The Studio program covers recording studios, editing studios, pre-production studios and post-production studios. The Studio program is designed for entities continuously engaged in the business of providing a studio facility to the entertainment industry. The studio may be used for recording, editing, pre-production and post-production as it relates to film production, musical production and related uses.
This program is flexible enough to fit the needs of small to large studios who need to insure valuable post-production equipment.
Catastrophe coverage such as Earthquake, Wind and Flood are available. Limits are available up to $10,000,000 for Liability and $5,000,000 for Equipment.
Insure Valuable Post-Production Equipment with these coverages:
- Owned Equipment
- Rented Equipment
- Office Contents
- Props, Sets & Wardrobes
- Negative & Faulty Stock
- Third Party Property Damage
- Cast Insurance
- Extra Expense
- General Liability (Stunt)
- Automobile Liability
- Automobile Physical Damage Coverage
- Workers Compensation
- Umbrella Liability up to $10,000,000