Unsolicited Submissions Policy

 
While Bienstock does accept unsolicited resumes (and DVDs containing samples of on-air work) from individuals looking for employment representation, Bienstock has a strict policy that neither it nor any of its agents or other employees shall accept or consider any unsolicited show ideas, scripts or intellectual property of any nature whatsoever (“Unsolicited Materials”). Accordingly, do not submit any Unsolicited Materials to Bienstock via any means (including, without limitation, via mail, fax or e-mail). Should you nevertheless contravene this express prohibition by sending Unsolicited Materials to Bienstock, please be advised that the Unsolicited Materials will not be considered by anyone at Bienstock, and they will be returned to you or destroyed at Bienstock’s discretion. Unsolicited Materials will not be forwarded to or discussed with any third parties and you hereby expressly waive, release and discharge any responsibility or liability on Bienstock’s part with respect to any submissions you make in contravention of this policy.