I have two web series that I'm developing that I plan to go into production for and release this year. If all goes well for at least one of them, I will meet the requirements to join the PGA by the end of the year. I have a few questions for anyone who is knowledgeable about it. 1. I haven't been able to find a clear definition of what they consider New Media Broadband. It says "publicly available via online distribution through major video sharing websites and/or curated broadband channels" so I'm assuming that means places like YouTube or Netflix? Streaming services like Netflix appear to be covered under episodic. 2. Are the benefits for joining as a new media producer any different than joining as a Motion Picture or Television producer? 3. If I join the PGA, will it mean I can only use other PGA producers on my projects? Is it like the DGA? One project will make me eligible before the other, and I don't want to have to deal with the paperwork to keep my producers. 4. Will joining as a new media producer mean I'm only able to work on other signed new media projects as a PGA producer? Does that prevent me from producing theatrical non-union projects? 5. If my projects get picked up by a streaming service, will I need to change my level of membership? Thanks for any insight to these questions or anything else I may not be thinking of. This is still a long ways off, but I like to know what I'm working towards.