What’s your passion?




Do you have an eye for creativity and art that digs deep into a passion?

Do you dream about bringing creativity through visuals?

Do you want to share your art and creativity with others?

Do you want to help fuel the multiscreen movement?


Then here’s something to consider!

Become a Producer

The producers on TripleWide Media are the group of people who provide content for our community. This group is the heart of TripleWide Media and comprised of some incredibly creative, passionate and excellent content creators. If you feel like you and/or your company fit that profile, please take a look at the following requirements.

What do you have to do?

  • Submit original and creative works for approval
  • Each submitted piece of media must be approved by the TripleWide Media team
  • Upload a minimum of 5 clips in approved resolutions
    • Motions, footage, countdowns or still images (in any combination) in order to be eligible for the application process
  • Upon approval, sign a contract with TripleWide Media and complete the required tax forms
  • Start receiving royalty checks!
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What are we looking for?

    • Great new content!
    • Still Images, Motions, Footage, and Countdowns
    • A passion for the multi-screen movement!

Producer Payout

  • Yeah, and we’re going to pay you! We offer a 50% royalty split on all content with a 10% bonus payout for each piece of media that passes 80 sales!


If you are interested in becoming a producer on TripleWide Media, please download the following PDF document and follow the application process. If you have any questions before, during, or after applying, please feel free to send us an email at questions@articles.triplewidemedia.com!

Download Producer Packet


Tim Southwick

Author Tim Southwick

Tim is the Brand Manager for TripleWide Media. He has 10 years experience in the event management world and has a strong desire to see visuals and media used to increase the user experience.

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