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Posted over 4 years ago.

Thank you for your time responding to my post. I was under the impression I could get help from an entertainment lawyer that could make my content solicited.

Thank you again,
Randy S.

Rixon Charles Rafter III
Rixon Charles Rafter III, Litigation Lawyer - Fairfax, VA
Posted over 4 years ago.

ahhh--thats hit or miss. Your question went out for any flavor of lawyer nationally to respond--it may be days or weeks or never for a specific flavor like an entertainment lawyer to see it. Solicited just means "don't call us, well call you' the manager knows 'them' has the access to 'them' and can, if he is paid enough, get you a face-to-face. Contact a talent agent in your area and start looking for a manager.

Bruce E. Burdick
Bruce E. Burdick, Intellectual Property Law Attorney - Alton, IL
Posted over 4 years ago.

Agreed, "solicited" means they ask you for it. YOU can't make them ask. Someone they know and trust must do that. We in the biz call those people agents, entertainment attorneys or producers. If Mark Burnett is known to have a new reality show concept, that will end up solicited by all three networks because they know of his prior successes. If Simon Fuller is known to have a new reality show concept that will get solicited as every studio will want it. If you have a new show, they will just laugh it off with "Who the hell are you? Get lost" or perhaps more diplomatically "We don't accept unsolicited concepts."