The Louisiana Family RosaryThe Joyful MysteriesA Video Proposal 05/29/2013With scenes from CLTV’s The Louisiana RosaryThe Louisiana Family RosaryThe Joyful MysteriesA Video Proposal 05/29/2013With scenes from CLTV’s The Louisiana RosaryProduced & Compiled by Constance F. AndersonQuickHelp Productions, Baton Rouge, LAProduced & Compiled by Constance F. AndersonQuickHelp Productions, Baton Rouge, LA
2 The Louisiana Family Rosary“The Rosary is not merely a series of prayers to be recited; it is aseries of thoughts to be dwelt on, to be turned over in the mind, tobeappliedindailylife.TosaytheRosarywelldemandsthatitshowresults, that those who have prayed their beads get up from theirknees and live different lives. For years I’ve hoped for a book ontheRosarythatwouldbe‘practical’inthesenseI’vejustdescribed,but also beautiful. The beautiful Mother of God, the central figurein the Rosary, deserves the finest literary treatment accorded toany creature. We have penetrated into the recesses of heaven, itseems,tocapturesomeofthesublimebeautyofMary,theMotherof God. But we have also been able, in a way that seems to me tobe unequaled, to show the relevance of each mystery to today’swork-a-day world. These thoughts, from the heart, are both loftyand down-to-earth. And I am happy to present them to all wholove Mary and her Rosary. May all learn, through this exquisitelittle book, more of her and of her Divine Son.”Servant of God Father Patrick Peyton, CSCAll sidebar quotes and meditations are taken fromFather Peyton’s Rosary Prayer BookFather Patrick Peyton, CSC, Father Peyton’s Rosary Prayer Book(San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2003)The family that prays together stays together.
3Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013Confidentiality AgreementThe undersigned reader acknowledges that the information provided by Connie Anderson, QuickHelpProductions, in this video proposal is confidential; therefore, the reader agrees not to disclose it without theexpress written permission of Connie Anderson.It is acknowledged by reader that information to be furnished in this video proposal is in all respects confidentialin nature, other than information which is in the public domain through other means and that any disclosureor use of same by _________________________________________ , may cause serious harm or damage toConnie Anderson, QuickHelp Productions.Upon request, this document is to be immediately returned to Connie Anderson._________________________________________________________Signature_________________________________________________________Name (typed or printed)___________________DateAll photographs, layout, design and written contents were created/developed byConstance F. Anderson, QuickHelp Productions, and are registered with the WGA East.QuickHelp Productions Copyright 2013Intellectual property (IP) is a term referring to a number of distinct types of creations of the mind for which a setof exclusive rights are recognized—and the corresponding fields of law. Under intellectual property law, ownersare granted certain exclusive rights to a variety of intangible assets, such as musical, literary, and artistic works;discoveries and inventions; and words,phrases,symbols,and designs.Common types of intellectual property includecopyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets in some jurisdictions.Although many of the legal principles governing intellectual property have evolved over centuries, it was not untilthe 19th century that the term intellectual property began to be used, and not until the late 20th century that it becamecommonplace in the United States. The British Statute of Anne 1710 and the Statute of Monopolies 1623 are nowseen as the origins of copyright and patent law respectively.Wikipedia, Intellectual property, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellectual_property (20 June 2011).
4 The Louisiana Family RosaryContentsTreatment 6Distribution 8Promotion 10Budget 12Timetable 13Project Evaluation 14Appendix 16
5Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013SummaryLove for Mary,the Mother of God,has characterized Catholic family life in south Central Louisiana for almost 300 years.For generations, the much-loved Marian prayer of the rosary has held an honored place in both our private and publicdevotions. In 2003, which commemorated both the Year of the Rosary and the Bicentennial of the Louisiana Purchase,CatholicLife TV,a media ministry of the Diocese of Baton Rouge,LA,and the Foundation of Mary,a philanthropic groupwhich underwrites Catholic community projects, commissioned production of The Louisiana Rosary. Four half-hourprograms (28:30) were developed, depicting the Joyful, Sorrowful, Glorious and the newly created Luminous Mysteries.The year 2013 marks the series’ tenth anniversary.The Louisiana Rosary, which features Baton Rouge area historic sites as well as beautiful churches throughout the diocese,continues to air three times daily, seven days per week on CatholicLife TV, making it one of the cable network’s oldestand most popular programs. As with any decade-old old series, the Rosary’s tape stock has begun to show signs of wear,and some of its scenes also need updating. Responding to those needs, QuickHelp Productions’ Owner-Writer/Producer,Connie Anderson, proposes a new rosary prayer series to replace the original.Just as The Louisiana Rosary was produced in conjunction with the Year of the Rosary, the new rosary will be producedin conjunction with the Year of Faith. Upon approval from Holy Cross Family Ministries, the proposed new prayerseries would be named The Louisiana Family Rosary, in honor of Servant of God Father Patrick Peyton, CSC, and hisministerial legacy which continues to promote “strong and tender devotion to Our Blessed Mother” and to the familyrosary. Also upon HCFM’s approval, each decade of the proposed local rosary will begin with a meditation from Ven. Fr.Peyton’s beautiful Family Rosary Prayer Book. Each program will also end with the slogan Fr. Peyton made internationallyfamous, “The family that prays together, stays together.”Families in the Diocese of Baton Rouge confront the same problems,which confront families today everywhere. However,much like the Irish community in which Ven. Fr. Peyton grew, our community still reflects “a largely rural culture whichtends to emphasize strong interpersonal relationships, even in the midst of family breakdown.” It is the personal belief ofmany people that the rosary, as well as our centuries-old devotion to Our Lady, particularly under her title of Our Ladyof Prompt Succor, Patroness of Louisiana, has helped to keep those relationships viable, in spite of numerous challenges.Each program of the proposed series will feature a local priest, a deacon, or a religious sister or brother, as well as severalarea teenagers and young adults, to lead the rosary’s prayers. In keeping with the theme, family and friends of the leaderswill be invited to become part of the congregation to help respond to the prayers. Additional invitations will be extendedto seminarians and representatives of area Catholic organizations, schools, hospitals, nursing homes and ministries.The four proposed half-hour videos will be taped “live” in four separate sessions at the St. Joseph Chapel in the RobertE. Tracy Center, which is located in Baton Rouge behind the CatholicLife Center on Acadian Thruway. Seating inthe congregation will also be reserved for the disabled, as well as for the hearing impaired Each tape session will lastapproximately 60 minutes.After production for the four programs is complete, pre-recorded soundtracks of favorite Marian hymns and sacred musicwill be provided, free-of-charge, for post-production. The opening musical themes for each program, as well as for thetwo music videos at the each program’s end, will feature the internationally known Catholic family band, L’Angelus,which has graciously granted permission to QuickHelp Productions to use its recording, Sacred Hymns. LSU School ofMusic’s Professional-in-Residence, Piano and Coordinator of Collaborative Activities, Dr. Jan Grimes, and Baton RougeSymphony’s 1st Violinist, Borislava “Bo” Iltcheva, have graciously volunteered to provide instrumental background musicfor the spoken prayers.The Louisiana Family Rosary is tentatively slated to follow the current Rosary’s CLTV broadcast schedule: 5:00 AM,9:00 AM, and 5:30 PM (Monday – Saturday)/6:00 PM (Sunday), via COX and Charter Cable stations. Pre-broadcastpublicity may include guest interviews with major underwriters and/or Rosary participants to reinforce evangelization andteaching efforts on behalf of the Year of Faith, particularly Marian and family prayer themes.The budgeted underwriting goal for the each program currently is $2,000.00, which will cover expenses incurred by bothQuickHelp Productions and CLTV. Two generous underwriters have already come forward to help support a portion ofthe costs.As with all CLTV programs,DVDs of The Louisiana Family Rosary will be for sale upon request through CLTV,after the Rosary’s premiere. For more information about the Louisiana Family Rosary, or to inquire about underwritingopportunities, please contact Connie Anderson (QuickHelp Productions), firstname.lastname@example.org/(225) 292-6159.
6 The Louisiana Family RosaryTreatmentJust as The Louisiana Rosary was produced in conjunction with the Year ofthe Rosary, a new rosary, comprised of four half-hour video programs, will beproduced in conjunction with the Year of Faith. Upon approval from Holy CrossFamily Ministries, the proposed prayer series would be named The LouisianaFamily Rosary, in honor of Servant of God Father Patrick Peyton, CSC, and hisministerial legacy which continues to promote “strong and tender devotion toOur Blessed Mother” and to the family rosary.Also upon HCFM’s approval, each decade of the proposed local rosary will beginwith a meditation from Ven. Fr. Peyton’s beautiful Family Rosary Prayer Book,which he first created in 1951 with help from Father M. Charles Fiddler, OCSO,a Trappist monk of Spencer, Massachusetts. Each program will also end with theslogan Fr. Peyton made internationally famous, “The family that prays together,stays together.”Each program will feature a diocesan affiliated priest, a deacon, or a religioussister or brother, as well as several area teenagers and young adults, to lead therosary’s prayers. Family and friends of the leaders will be invited to become partof the congregation to help respond to the prayers. The tentative cast list nowincludes several children and grandchildren of the original Louisiana Rosary’scast. Additional invitations will be extended to seminarians and representativesof area Catholic organizations, schools, hospitals, nursing homes and ministries.The four proposed half-hour videos will be taped “live” in four separate sessionsat the St. Joseph Chapel in the Robert E.Tracy Center, which is located in BatonRouge behind the CatholicLife Center on Acadian Thruway. Seating in thecongregation will also be reserved for the disabled, as well as for the hearingimpaired. Each tape session will last approximately 60 minutes. However, setupand seating, which will be done prior to taping, may slightly extend the estimatedtime frame.
7Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013TreatmentAfter production for the four programs is complete, pre-recorded soundtracks of favorite Marian hymns andsacred music will be provided,free-of-charge,for post-production.The opening musical themes for each program,as well as for the two music videos at the each program’s end, will feature the internationally known Catholicfamily band,L’Angelus,which has graciously granted permission to QuickHelp Productions to use its recording,Sacred Hymns. LSU School of Music’s Professional-in-Residence, Piano and Coordinator of CollaborativeActivities, Dr. Jan Grimes, and Baton Rouge Symphony’s 1st Violinist, Borislava “Bo” Iltcheva, have graciouslyvolunteered to provide instrumental background music for the spoken prayers. Jan’s husband, Dr. Bill Grimes,who is LSU’s E. & D. White Professor of Jazz Studies, has graciously volunteered to record the duets at theGrimes’ home studio.How to Pray the Rosary“The Rosary is a prayer ofmeditation. We use thebeads to focus our attentionon the life of Christ throughthe Joyful, Sorrowful andGlorious Mysteries.“Praying in this way helps usto link our lives with whatwe know of the life of Jesus,Mary and Joseph. It is oneway God can show us thatthere is no part of our joy,painorglorywhereHeisnotpresent.”
8 The Louisiana Family RosaryDistributionCurrently, CatholicLife TV has exclusive broadcast rights to the Louisiana FamilyRosary, and will air the programs within regular broadcast hours on the followingarea cable stations:Greater Baton Rouge, Cox Communications: Channel 15; 24 hours daily, 7 daysweekly.Hammond, Charter Cable: Channel 99; Saturdays: 8:00am - 12:00pm, Sundays:10:00am - 7:00pmSt. James Civil Parish, Charter Cable: Channel 10; Weekdays: 6:00pm - 11:00pm ,Saturdays: 8:00am - 12:00pm, Sundays: 10:00am - 7:00pmNew Roads, Charter Cable: Channel 44; Weekdays: 6:00pm - 11:00pm, Saturdays:8:00am - 12:00pm, Sundays: 10:00am -7:00pm.CLTV also has a working relationship with the Boston-based,national CatholicTV,airing CTV’s programs daily and oten sharing its own programming with CTV.Further plans for distribution - TBA.As with all CLTV programs, DVDs and CDs will be offered for sale, with thepayment to be made directly to CLTV. The proceeds will help to defray CLTV’sRosary expenses, as well as help to underwrite future joint CLTV/QuickHelp/Foundation of Mary productions. Depending on the expense of producingthe DVDs/CDs, the suggested DVD price would be $10.00 ($3.00 productionexpense/$7.00 profit).If CDs are produced for sale, it is also recommended that an audio recording beoffered for broadcast to WPYR-1380 AM, Catholic Radio. This will help expandpotential viewership of the Rosary. It will also help promote sales of the DVDs andthe CDs. The suggested price for the CD would be $5.00 (expense/profit - TBA).
9Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013DistributionI. THE ANNUNCIATION“Mary, do not be afraid; you havefound favor with God.” Luke 1:30“Another day had begun in thelittle home of Nazareth—a quiet,cool March day. Mary would spendit as she had spent countlessothers, working about the house. Ayoung teenage girl, Mary, ordinarylike the rest of the villagers, likeJoseph. . . . Suddenly, an angel wasby her side: ‘Hail, full of grace!’ Anordinary person would be ratherdisturbed by such a visitor, andby such a greeting. And Mary was!‘She was troubled at his word.’ Theangel had implied that Mary lovedGod with all her heart, soul, mind,strength; and she did.“Loving God wholeheartedly—like Mary, I was created to do justthat—and being ‘ordinary’ puts nobarriers in my way!”
10 The Louisiana Family RosaryPromotionPublic relations for The Rosary in Chant will include producing a 30-second (or60-second) PSA, which may be aired by CLTV to promote the broadcast. Anaudio version of the spot may also be produced to promote the program on WPYR,Catholic Radio.AdditionalPRmayincludeafeaturearticleintheCATHOLICCOMMENTATOR.Parish bulletins may also be used to publicize the broadcast,particularly those of theparticipating parishes. The representative groups (KCs, MAGNIFICAT, Legatus,Knights and Ladies of Malta, Catholic Daughters, schools, hospitals, etc.) whichparticipate may also be encouraged to promote the Rosary in their news media(newsletters, social media, etc.)Because the proposed production would take place within the Year of Faith,which began October 11, 2013 and will end November 24, 2013, the productionmay be linked to one of the Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith’s pastoralrecommendations.Guest interviews may be scheduled on both CLTV and WPYR, featuring priests/deacons/seminarians/lay participants, and will help reinforce the Year of Faith’scatechetical theme. Because of the potential size and geographic scope of theproduction,news articles in the Baton Rouge ADVOCATE (Religion page),alongwith coverage in the Church’s area newspapers (Plaquemine,Baker,Donaldsonville,Pierre Part, etc.) are also suggested.In addition, CLTV’s website, Facebook page and Constant Contact e-blasts arealso recommended. QuickHelp Productions will supplement the social mediacoverage on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and WordPress.
11Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013PromotionII. THE VISITATION“DuringthosedaysMarysetoutandtraveledtothehillcountryinhaste...tothehouseofZechariahandgreetedElizabeth.” Luke1:39“Mary was a model human being, unselfish, heart full of affection. Jesus was now divinely conceived in her womb. We mightwant to stay home and love Him, love Him alone. But Mary knew this was not the way to love God: to love God alone is tolove Him not at all. Of her Son’s commandment, ‘Love one another,’ Mary’s visitation was an unconscious prophecy. LovingGod requires that I love everyone else—even those I cannot like! How do I do that? Practice seeing Christ in others, and actaccordingly. ‘What you do for others, you do to me.’ Christ meant that.”
12 The Louisiana Family RosaryBudget&TimetableIII. THE BIRTH OF OUR LORD“You will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger.” Luke 2:12“Mary and Joseph found accommodations in one of Bethlehem’s hillside caves. It offered someprotection from the December night, nothing more.”For an Underwriting (Gift Options) Chart for the complete series (4 programs), pleasesee Appendix, page 17.NOTE: Thanks to the generousity of our first underwriter, who donated $1,000.00, only$7,000.00 will need to be raised.For a more detailed fee sheet for QuickHelp Productions, please see Appendix, pages 18-19.
13Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013TimetableDescription of Work Start and End DatesPhase One Pre-Production TBA (1 month - 6 weeks)Phase Two Production TBA (2 days, 4 sessions)Phase Three Post Production TBA (CLTV schedule)Phase FourAiring and Distribution(Local, Marketing)TBA 2013, or laterThe pre-production time-frame should be a minimum of one month, preferably a minimum of six weeks, inorder to have enough time to gather the representative lay faithful,music,visuals,etc. During this time,all rightsand permissions must be obtained.Ideally, each rosary’s production should take place and be completed on the same day. Production will bescheduled according to the Chapel’s calendar availability, preferably during a vacation period when families aretogether.The post-production schedule will be worked out with CatholicLife Television, and will fit into their regularproduction schedule.TBAThe Louisiana Family Rosary’s suggested date for its CLTV premiere is late Fall/early Winter 2013. Thebroadcast time slot may coincide with Catholiclife TV current daily schedule which is 5:00 AM, 9:00 AM, and5:30 PM (Monday – Saturday)/6:00 PM (Sunday), via COX and Charter Cable stations.TBAPublicity stills may be taken (discretely) during the “live” Rosary production. The stills will help to promotethe premiere, and may be used in other venues (i.e., a dedicated page on the CLTV website), possibly to help toinstruct viewers on how to say the Rosary.III. (CONTINUED)“Air, heavy with moisture seeping through damp earthen walls; stifling odors of cattle; darkness made all the more emphatic by alantern’s frail light and the smallest patch of night horizon, too low for stars—yes, there would be room here. And here, Mary andJoseph loved God and God loved Mary, Joseph and God’s Son, Jesus. God can be loved—wholeheartedly—anywhere. Loving Goddoes not depend on the kind of place I’m in—it depends on the kind of person I am.”
14 The Louisiana Family RosaryProjectEvaluationWithout access to ratings services, audience measurement will be difficult todetermine. However, a possible way to evaluate the quantative success of TheLouisiana Family Rosary is by the number of DVDs/CDs sold, particularly ifthey sell out completely. With so many potential participants who might help topromote the Rosary, the probability of DVD sales greatly increases.Qualitatively, The Louisiana Family Rosary will benefit our diocese by an increasein attendance at Marian devotions (Our Lady of Perpetual Help) or at special feastday celebrations (Our Lady of Prompt Succor, National Shrine, New Orleans) mayalso be interpreted as a sign of the series’ success.Organizations,which underwrite the Rosary, may also wish to sponsor a special dayof prayer, featuring one of the Mysteries. Clips from the Louisiana Family Rosarymay be shown. Turnout for such an event may also serve as a form of evaluation.IV. THE PRESENTATION IN THE TEMPLE“My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord; my spirit rejoices in God my savior.” Luke 1:46“We think of Mary as a reflective woman. Her recorded words are few; when others speak, she‘ponders their words in her heart.’ Mary spent her life in the far corners of her soul.”
15Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013Project EvaluationIV. (CONTINUED)“She spent her life being all God wanted her to be. When she does speak, Mary sings. A lark in the light of morning never sang sosweetly. ‘My soul magnifies the Lord! . . . rejoices in God! . . . Who is mighty, Holy is God’s name!’ Mary’s love flowed out of her.Loving God makes a heart that sings.”
16 The Louisiana Family RosaryAppendixAppendixV. THE FINDING OF THE CHILD JESUS IN THE TEMPLE“After three days, they found him in the Temple.” Luke 2:46“Inthreesyllables,thisMysteryoftheRosaryrevealstheveryrootandfibreofloveforGod;ittellsexactlywhatlovingGodmeans.‘Theyfound him.’ A perfect expression of our meditation’s theme. To love God is nothing else than to have found Jesus. The explanation is noless simply told: all my love for God is from Christ; the outpouring of grace upon the world is His meriting.”
17Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013Gift Range ChartUnderwriting for the Louisiana Family Rosary will cover expenses for CatholicLifeTelevision ($785.00 per program) and fees for QuickHelp Productions ($1,215.00 perprogram - production management).Underwriters and Gifts-in-Kind will receive thanks at the end of each program. Seephotos below for sample recognition.NOTE: Thanks to the generousity of our first underwriter, who donated $1,000.00, only $7,000.00 needsto be raised.For a complete breakdown on QHP expenses, please see fee sheets, pp. 18-19.Thank you for your help, fiancial support, and, most importantly, your prayers!V. (CONTINUED)“Every spark of divine charity, the briefest and brightest in every soul in every age, has been struck to life on one Cornerstone—ChristMary’s Son came into the world to look for me that I might find the Father. I find Jesus and the Father in the Sacraments, the Mass, inmy neighbor.“Am I watching for Jesus, wholeheartedly, as Mary was?”
18 The Louisiana Family RosaryQuickHelp Productons Fee SheetQuickHelp Productions5/14/2013LOUISIANA FAMILY ROSARYJoyful Mysteries ‐ QuoteConfidential & Priviledged InformationThank you for maintaining privacy!Status: OpenDate: 5/14/2013BILL #: BAA 2013_1To: LOUISIANA FAMILY ROSARYDiocese of Baton RougePost Office Box 2028Baton Rouge, LA 70821-2028387-0561, ext 108Description Qty. Unit Price ROSARY Discount 75%(Unit Price AFTERdiscount = $12.50per hour)) TAXNOMINAL FEE FOR ROSARY!Consultation: Basic Information aboutServices/Development of Photo & VideoShot Sheet - FLAT FEE, NO DISCOUNT 1HOUR$2.50Development: Research, Music (perprogram) Baton Rouge/Louisiana artistsare preferred (Usually, obtain pre-recorded, original music which may beused free of all charges). 4 HOURMINIMUM - REDUCED 50% FORROSARY!4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Development: Research, Script (perprogram) Includes surfing Internet,particularly subject related websites;assembling playlists from the best of thebest 4 HOUR MINIMUM - REDUCED50% FOR ROSARY!4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Development: Research, Visuals (pertopic) Includes finding images already onhand for the Client/Post-Producer/QHParchives 4 HOUR MINIMUM - REDUCED50% FOR ROSARY!4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Development:Collaboration/Communication, TVDirector/Contact(s) 4 HOUR MINIMUM4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Development: Permission/Credits,Script 4 HOUR MINIMUMWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYDevelopment: Permission/Credits:Visuals 4 HOUR MINIMUM4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Development: Permission/Credits,Music 4 HOUR MINIMUM4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Development: Scriptwriting (one 28:30Prayer Program) 12 HOUR MINIMUM12 $50.00 $450.00 $150.00 $0.00Development: Storyboard 2013Includes photo adjustment, timing, syncingscript 8 HOUR MINIMUM (NOTE: Will alsoinclude private YouTube test video andaccompanying Edit Decision List. Producedby ADOBE PREMIERE PRO. NO EXTRACHARGE!)8 $50.00 $300.00 $100.00 $0.00Development: StoryboardPhotography/Adjustment Usedespecially in conjunction with creating theproduction script and storyboard Also, canbe used for Post-Production PR/TeamCollaboration 12 HOUR MINIMUM (NOTE:Will also include private YouTube testvideo and accompanying Edit DecisionList. Produced by ADOBE PREMIERE PRO.NO EXTRA CHARGE!)12 $50.00 $450.00 $150.00 $0.00Development:Schedule/Communication, Guests (perprogram) Includes phone calls, emails,Constant Contact, etc. 4 HOUR MINIMUM4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00NEW! Development: Underwriting(per program) Includesdeveloping/writing comprehensive businessplan, setting up a gift options, contactingindividuals and/or groups to obtainunderwriting, ensuring credits are given inALL media venues (TV, print, web, socialmedia), etc.WAVED FORROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYquickhelpproductions@cox.netQuoteFrom: QuickHelp Productions11937 Lake Sherwood Ave. N.Baton Rouge, LA 70816Phone: (225) 292-6159(225) 292‐6159 email@example.com 1 of 2
19Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013QuickHelp Productons Fee SheetQuickHelp Productions5/14/2013LOUISIANA FAMILY ROSARYJoyful Mysteries ‐ QuoteConfidential & Priviledged InformationThank you for maintaining privacy!Description Qty. Unit Price ROSARY Discount 75%(Unit Price AFTERdiscount = $12.50per hour)) TAXPolish #1: Any changes made toscript/production, after 1st offical pre-production draft submitted Includes2nd Edit Decision List 4 HOUR MINIMUM 4$50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Production: Cue Cards/TeleprompterScript(s) Includes Creating &Emailing/Getting Printed - Large Format -Assembling 1 HOUR MINIMUMWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYProduction: Set, Props & Green ScreenBackground(s) Design, Set Up & StrikeIncludes locating/photographing GreenScreen backgrounds (preferred) 4 HOURMINIMUMWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYProduction: TALENT, Narration (On-Screen) Coordination/Management offeatured ON-SCREEN spokesperson 1 HOURMINIMUM1 $50.00 $37.50 $12.50 $0.00Production: TALENT, On-CameraCoordination/Management of all ON-SCREEN participants Includes creating andsending scripts to all chosen participants.May also include tryouts for non-professionals who have never been on-camera, if deemed necessary. 4 HOURMINIMUM4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Production: Virtual Office (TVProduction/Collaboration) Transfer offiles to Personal Online Storage Space,Diino/Portable Storage - Allows ProductionAccess for Production Team members 4HOUR MINIMUM4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Production: Follow-Up w DirectorIncludes on-line editing of raw videointerviews, double-checking title cards, etc.8 HOUR MINIMUM8 $50.00 $300.00 $100.00 $0.00Production-Post: DVD ScreeningCopies - Coordination & Follow-up (1HOUR)1 $50.00 $37.50 $12.50 $0.00Public Relations - Personal SocialMedia Resources: Facebook, LinkedIn& WordPress 3 HOUR MINIMUM3 $50.00 $112.50 $37.50 $0.00Public Relations - Personal SocialMedia Resources: Constant Contact (Uses personal Constant Contact Account)8 HOUR MINIMUM8 $50.00 $300.00 $100.00 $0.00Public Relations - Personal SocialMedia Resources: Personal Email ListDatabase w over 800 names. Iscontinuously increased. 4 HOUR MINIMUM4 $50.00 $150.00 $50.00 $0.00Public Relations - Social MediaResources: YouTube! Video may beuploaded to QuickHelp ProductionsYouTube Channel. OR help will beprovided to upload to another site.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED SERVICE! 6HOUR MINIMUMWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYWAVED FORROSARYWAVED FOR ROSARYTotal Discount 97 $3,637.50Subtotal $1,215.00“Do something beautiful forGod!”Make all checks payable to FISCAL SPONSOR TBAThank you for your support!Prepared by: Constance F. AndersonThis is a QUOTE on the goods named, subject to the conditions noted: RATE CARD - LOUISIANA FAMILY ROSARY, Joyful Mysteries REVISED(225) 292‐6159 firstname.lastname@example.org 2 of 2
20 The Louisiana Family Rosary04/06/132013 TV & PRODUCTION CREDITS CARDConstance “Connie” Fauver Anderson – Writer, ProducerConnie, a native of Baton Rouge, LA, attended Louisiana State University,where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Education, a Masterof Education degree in Educational Media, and post-graduate certification asan Instructional Technology Facilitator. She is an experienced communicationspecialist with an extensive professional background in educational, commercialand Catholic cable television; free-lance film and video production; special event,alumni and public relations coordination; and educational website development.Her professional television and free-lance film/video credits include work forWAFB-TV (Baton Rouge, LA); WMUL-PTV (Huntington, WV); WBRZ-TV (Baton Rouge, LA); the Arts & Humanities Councils for Baton Rouge andNew Orleans, LA; the Louisiana State Arts Council; CatholicLifeTelevision(Baton Rouge, LA); and the College of Engineering, Louisiana State University(Baton Rouge, LA).In 2003, Connie produced The Louisiana Rosary for CatholicLifeTelevision, “amedia ministry for the Diocese of Baton Rouge.” The Rosary, which wastaped during the Year of the Rosary and the Bicentennial of the LouisianaPurchase, features Our Lady of Prompt Succor, patroness of New Orleans andLouisiana. Underwritten by the Foundation for Mary, The Rosary still airs onCLTV three times daily.Over the last three years, Connie’s communications work has included writingand producing twelve half-hour episodes for the Baton Rouge Society of St.Vincent de Paul’s ongoing series, Beacons of Light, and producing a 30-secondPSA promoting the BR SVdP’s cookbook, Taste & See. Since 2010, she hasproduced the television spots for Office of Stewardship, Diocese of Baton Rouge,to promote the Bishop’s Annual Appeal.These productions include a half-hour special for the Bishop’s Annual Appeal2010 and ten 60-second PSAs for the Bishop’s Annual Appeal 2011, whichshowcased the charitable works and ministries supported by the Appeal’s funds.She recently produced four spots for the Bishop’s Appeal 2012, and is currentlyin pre-production to develop 16 new spots for the 2013 Appeal.In April 2012, Connie wrote and produced the half-hour documentary,Living Mercy, the first video program developed by her company, QuickHelpProductions. The documentary, which was underwritten by local donors, waswell-received and premiered on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 15 from 2:30 PM -3:00 PM on CatholicLife TV (Cox 15) as well as nationally on Boston’s CatholicTV network. It premiered globally on the Eternal Word Television Networkon February 15, 2013, and was selected as the Home Catalogue’s Feature Videofor the month of March.Connie completed post-production with CatholicLife TV for the Chaplet inChant, which will premiere on CLTV on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 7, 2013.Over 300 Divine Mercy devotees from across South Louisiana, including 20seminarians from St. Joseph Seminary College (St. Benedict, LA), took part inthe production, which was taped at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in downtownBaton Rouge in February 2013.Committed to finding new opportunities which will allow QuickHelpProductions to produce high quality, true-to-life Catholic videos, Connie seeksto emulate Mother Teresa’s famous quote, “Do something beautiful for God!”COMMERCIAL & EDUCATIONAL CREDITSWAFB-TV, Baton Rouge, LA, 1971Intern Writer-Producer, 2-part segmentfor Nutrition, American Dietetics Society,Buckskin Bill’s Storyland & Buckskin Bill’sCabinWMUL-PTV, Huntington, W VA, 1974Writer-Researcher-Producer, Safe and Sound,ITV health and safety series for childrenWBRZ, Baton Rouge, LA, 1975-1977Assistant-Producer & Substitute Co-Anchor,Midday in LouisianaIn- House Commercial “Talent” (On-Camera/Voice-Over)Producer, WBRZ’s Up with People Good WillTour 1976Co-Producer, Louisiana Heritage, 4-PartLouisiana History Documentary (WBRZSpecial Projects)FREE-LANCE (Professional), 1977-1980Writer-Editor, Made in Louisiana, film,Louisiana State Department of Culture,Recreation and Tourism, 1980Writer-Editor, Leander Perez Memorial Park film(not produced), 1979Writer-Editor, New Orleans Arts & Humanitiespromotional film, 1978Writer, 2nd Baton Rouge Arts & Humanities’Summer Festival promotional 1-hour TVspecial (aired on WRBT, Baton Rouge, LA), 1978Writer, 1st Baton Rouge Arts & HumanitiesSummer Festival promotional 1-hour TVspecial (aired on WRBT, Baton Rouge, LA),1977COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, LOUISIANASTATE UNIVERSITY, Baton Rouge, LA, 2006-20072006 COE Commencement Address, featuringMrs. Phyllis Taylor, Chairman & President,Patrick F. Taylor Foundation2007 Buoyant Foundation, promotional videoof experimental floating houseCATHOLIC LIFE TV (Professional), Baton Rouge,LA, 2003-2004Louisiana Rosary, 2003 (Underwritten by theFoundation for Mary. Still airs on CLTV 3x’sdaily)CLTV Volunteer Productions include:Annual Respect Life Rally videos, 2004/2005Fr. Frank Pavone/Fr. Stan FortunaFr. Seelos Mass and Benefit Luncheon PSA,2005, New Orleans, LA (aired on WLAE-TV)4 PSA’s to help victims of Hurricane Katrina,2005QUICKHELP PRODUCTIONS, (Baton Rouge, LA,2010 - PresentBeacons of Light, 2010 (Society of St. Vincentde Paul, Baton Rouge, LA)Bishop’s Annual Appeal, 2010, 2011 & 2012(Office of Stewardship, Diocese of BatonRouge, LA)Living Mercy, 2011 - 2013 (QuickHelpProductions, Baton Rouge, LA)Chaplet in Chant, 2013 (Foundation of Mary &CatholicLife TV, Baton Rouge, LA)
21Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013Jan Grimes (Professional-in-Residence, Piano andCoordinator of Collaborative Activities). Grimes holdsdegrees from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and Louisiana State University.Her collaborative performances have taken her to WeillRecital Hall at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, andConstitution Hall, as well as concert stages at universitiesand community centers across the United States andCanada. She has served as accompanist for clinics andmaster classes of world renowned teachers such as JosefGingold, Philip Farkas, Bonita Boyd, and Camilla Wickes.As an official conference pianist of the International Tubaand Euphonium Conference, the International ClarinetAssociation, and the North American Saxophone Alliance,she has performed with artists from around the world.Grimes specializes in contemporary solo and chambermusic and has performed the Schnitkke Piano Concerto(U.S. premier), Takamitsu’s Riverrun, and John Cage’sConcerto for Prepared Piano and Orchestra.As a recordingartist, her work can be heard on the Centaur, Mark,VestigeWorldwinds, and Capstone labels.Borislava Iltcheva started playing the violin at age of 5.Ms. Iltcheva holds a Bachelor degree from the BulgarianNational Academy, Masters and Doctorate Degrees inviolin performance form Louisiana State University. Herprincipal Violin Teachers include Alexander Iltchev, Ev-genia Maria Popova and Kevork Mardirossian. Borislavaholds prizes from several National and International Com-petitions such as “Closter Shöntal” International ViolinCompetition, MTNA Chamber Music Competition, LSUDeans Concerto Competition, “Saverio Mercadante” In-ternational Competition and others. Ms. Iltcheva has anactive schedule as a Soloist and chamber musician. She hasbeen featured as a soloist with the Louisiana Symphonietta,Baton Rouge Symphony and Acadiana Symphony amongmany others. She has performed recitals throughout Eu-rope and the US. Ms. Iltcheva is the Concertmaster of theBaton Rouge Symphony Orchestra. Recent performancesinclude an appearance in Carnegie Hall in New York inMay, 2009 as well as a two-week European tour with recit-als in Greece and Croatia.Our Musicians
23Copyright QuickHelp Productions 2013“To those who already pray the Rosary with strong faith anddevotion,Iofferthisinvitation:Pleasereflectonthecommentariesas a way of slowing down and savoring the various mysteries ofthe Rosary which tell so well the story of our redemption as apeople of God, a family of families.“To those for whom the Rosary is a new and different way topray I say: Let this meditative way of praying the Rosary helpyou appreciate the depth of God’s love for us all. May Mary, thehandmaid of the Lord who kept so much in her heart, touch ourhearts and help us all respond to God with a simple ‘yes’ after herexample.”Father John Phalen, CSCPresident, Holy Cross Family Ministries
QuickHelp ProductionsConstance “Connie” F. Andersonquickhelpproductions@cox.net(225) 292-615911937 Lake Sherwood Ave. N.Baton Rouge, LA 70816