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Working for 'Exposure'? We Want to Hear From You

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 (Kelly Heigert/KQED)

After publishing our story “Apple Isn’t Paying Artists Who Perform at Its Stores,” readers sent us tweets, comments and emails about brands that ask artists to work in exchange for “exposure.”

Has a company recently asked you to perform, paint, write, design, take photos or render another creative service without monetary compensation? We’d like to hear from you—even if you turned down the gig.

Please fill out the following form, and a reporter may contact you with follow-up questions about your story.


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