Hi all, many of you will know about CAGEFILM, if you're new(ish) to the forum you may not as it's been closed for the last year...
Basically, CAGEFILM was an MMA and BJJ focused film company that produced some brilliant instruction series with the likes of Michael Bisping, Ian Freeman, Braulio Estima, Victor Estima, Neil Adams, Marcelo Brigadeiro, London Shoot Fighters, Eddie Bravo, Frank Shamrock, Kron Gracie and many many more....
I used to run the company and own all the footage.
Last year the company shut due to a number of reasons including some health issues in the family that made it difficult/impossible to travel and film (was travelling all over the world...).
The company closed and I lost access to the server where the website was hosted as well as the URL / emails...!
I still have hundreds of hours of film, instructionals, docs, interviews, pro training, tournaments and more...
I now have the URL back and am thinking it's a damn shame to leave all this footage sitting on harddrives doing nothing!
CAGEFILM may be re-launching in 2012!
BUT - Im looking for feedback on how you think CAGEFILM should run.
In the past, customers would pay per video as they were released and download them. This is fine, but Im looking at things differently now.
Can you give me some feedback on ideas to set the site up.
Obviously, I have to make some income from the videos, instructors still have to be paid for anything sold, servers have to be paid, and all being well, new videos produced!
Pay per lessons download as before.
One off 'cheap' payment to access EVERYTHING on the site including new videos and the entire back catalogue!
Any other suggestions?