The Podcast Prenup Explained: Building a Strong Foundation for Your Show's Success

In this episode of Legit Podcast Pro, host Gordon Firemark explains the importance of the Podcast Prenup in navigating the legal landscape of podcasting. Discover how this crucial document can protect your content and rights, ensuring the success and longevity of your podcast. Whether you are a solo podcaster, cohosting, or planning to monetize, the Podcast Prenup is a valuable tool for preventing disputes and clarifying ownership, responsibilities, and revenue sharing.

Learn about the different types of podcast prenups, including cohost agreements, coproduction style agreements, LLC formation, independent contractor deal memos, guest release forms, and sponsorship agreements. Gordon shares cautionary tales and highlights the benefits of having clear legal frameworks in place to avoid costly legal battles and build a strong foundation for your podcast and relationships.

For more information, the free podcast prenup planning guide is available at podcastprenup.com, and templates for various podcast agreements can be found at podcastlawforms.com. If you prefer a personalized consultation, visit thepodcastlawyer.com to book a session with Gordon.

Don't wait until it's too late to protect your podcast and its future. Join Gordon Firemark on Legit Podcast Pro and take the necessary steps to ensure the success and longevity of your podcast.


legal podcasting, podcast prenup, podcast agreements, podcast law, podcasting tips, podcast management, podcast success, podcast monetization, podcast disputes, cohost agreements, sponsorship agreements, guest release forms


- podcastprenup.com

- podcastlawforms.com

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Legit Podcast Pro
Exploring Podcasting through the legal and business lens from The Podcast Lawyer™, Gordon Firemark

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Gordon Firemark

Gordon Firemark (gordonfiremark.com) has practiced media and entertainment law in Los Angeles since 1992. Widely known as The Podcast Lawyer™ (ThePodcastLawyer.com), he has spent his career helping creative industry professionals make deals that make sense, and that get their productions developed, financed, produced and distributed. His practice also covers copyrights, trademarks, business transactions, and corporate matters for clients in media and entertainment.