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“Despite the frustration out there that we totally understand, we do have 50 (customer service) people working at any time on the phone — it’s a pretty robust operation,” Gordon said.“Everyone is going to be on before end of the year if not sooner, he said, adding that the goal is to have most set up in the next two weeks, with the company’s team working through the Thanksgiving holiday to help meet the demand and iron out the kinks. Breakdown Services charges agents and managers 6 a month in Los Angeles and 6 in New York, distributing 400-600 breakdowns a week.That’s certainly not the way we intend to treat our customers.” Marsh said he removed all Fox breakdowns from his service because he perceived the email from the Fox TV and film studios, which he described as “terse,” as a termination letter.(Breakdown Services’ partnerships with studios is based largely on a gentleman’s agreement, and I hear there are no formal contracts in place.) The three-line letter, after notifying him that Fox had chosen to work with Casting Networks, concluded with “Should we need your services in the future, we’ll be in touch.” “The wording and the manner (receiving the exact emails from both Ronna and Liz, receiving no other indication of their intentions regarding our service and no other communication from anyone else) left little room for doubt that they were terminating our 46-year relationship,” Marsh said.In part after inquiries by Deadline, these glitches are being fixed.Each actor who has of their reps in multiple cities that consist of two shots and a demo reel.

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(I hear that, because of Casting Networks’ inherent disparity between agents and managers mentioned above, management companies still cannot signed up.) The company sent out 15 briefs (the word used by Casting Networks for breakdowns) last week.UPDATED: There is a potentially seismic shift underway in the theatrical casting software business, which for decades had been dominated by Gary Marsh’s Breakdown Services.