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    Demand (Media) Studios

    Demand Media Studios (AKA DS or DMS)
    Love it? Hate it? Have a story to share, or want more information? Post here for help or discussion.
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    Re: Demand (Media) Studios

    In the old days I used to get assignments from demand studios. I would write ten articles
    for one hundred and fifty dollars.
    I miss those days.
    Demand studios is the parent company of ehow.
    I like writing for both and the writer's compensations
    program resiudal income has helped me a great deal.

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    Re: Demand (Media) Studios

    I actually like Demand Studios. I haven't had time to study their guidelines yet so I haven't submitted anything. But from all of the sites I have seen out there, they have decent pay compared to other places.
    “Put it before them briefly so they will read it, clearly so they will appreciate it, picturesquely so they will remember it and, above all, accurately so they will be guided by its light.”
    -Joseph Pulitzer

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    imported_elisabetta tomassini
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    Re: Demand (Media) Studios

    Hello, I would like to know what happens if I make an application on Demand Media asking to be approved as writer and as filmaker... after I've been approved for both the roles, can I enter with one login and access a unique interface where I can do everything? Or I will have two different accounts and interfaces? thanks for the answer!

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    Re: Demand (Media) Studios

    You'll get a single login, and you'll be able to choose the type of work to submit via the Workdesk.
    Good luck!
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