AKB48 Contract Renewals

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Re: AKB48 Contract Renewals

Postby Kome on Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:04 am

rubeetora wrote:hm, baka kaya nagpaflu-shot din sila dahil dito kaya? haha.

baka kaya tinataasan nila un insurance para mabigyan din sila ng pinakamagandang health care kung sakaling magkasakit sila :D


ohhh this one?



lol at Sayaka :swt: :swt: :swt:
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Re: AKB48 Contract Renewals

Postby Kome on Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:44 am

Reviving a dead thread due to relevance of post :D

Hindi ko na nilagay yung buong episode (sa ibang thread na lang) because i just took the one na medyo relevant sa topic na ito

about the way they earn ito yung 2nd episode ng Gachi-Gase where they discussed how much some people in the entertainment business earn.




according sa sabi nila ang highest monthly earnings ni former MM member Ichii Sayaka at former Onyanko Nitta Eri ay 120,000 yen and 200,000 yen only respectively. ang sabi ni Ichii Sayaka they didn't get anything from the CD sales. Nitta Eri also used to get paid 5,000 yen bawat daily filming of Yuuyake NyanNyan (equivalent ng AKBINGO! ng AKB48)

ang mga AKB girls sabi they don't earn AS MUCH ALSO, pero nagulat pa din sila kung gaano kababa yung kinikita ng mga naunang idols sa kanila.

ang sabi tuloy ng host nasisira tuloy ang "dreams" of being an idol dahil sa low wages. ang sabi naman ni Sayaka Ichii mas importante naman daw yung experience from being an idol. :swt:


MY TAKE: kung ganyan ang reaction ng AKB48 then yung contract renewals from this thread may actually have nothing to do sa kinikita ng girls as they might be receiving small money from the theater at nakukuha ng agency ang majority ng pera when it comes to product endorsements.

estimate ko, probably the AKB senbatsus earn something from AKS something between 300,000-400,000 yen per month (mas mataas sa 80s and 90s idols dahil din sa nangyaring inflation sa Japan to match daily expenses). and it would be near sa computation ko that the theater earns approximately 36,000,000 yen per month and is more than enough para ibigay sa more than 48 members ng AKB48 (assumption is 3000 yen x 2 performances for 250 seats in a day x 6 days in a week x 4 weeks in a month). mostly sa AKB videos mas maraming lalake umaattend sa theater, so nilagay ko na lang sa 3000 yen ang base ticket price.

if one would divide 36,000,000 yen by 48 members, nasa 750,000 yen per member siya. since not all of them are senbatsus i do really see na they can accomodate for members sharing the theater proceeds.

if the members earn from agency contracts, it's probably not that high too.

which also means barya ang tinatanggap ng mga kenkyusei because you need to factor in yung expenses also ng theater sa manager's salary, staff, aircon, tubig, at ilaw :XD: :XD: :XD:
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Re: AKB48 Contract Renewals

Postby soul.assassin on Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:49 am

True that, tapos dagdagan pa ang inflation at yung current status ng Japanese economy (na medyo tagilid dahil sa epekto ng lindol at pagkasira ng Fukushima nuke plant).

Pagdagdag: kung sa sahod ng mga KKS, medyo mas mataas kumpara sa kinikita ng typical na animator na nagtatrabaho sa animation studio (ala-ala ko mga 20k yen per month, tapos pangit ang division at distribution ng income -- yung management, director, producer, at screenwriter mas malaki ang kita kesa sa mga nasa ilalim -- see ASuki thread on the issue). But then, considering their work ethic, they feel that even as KKS it's less on the money and more on art, trying to improve their craft (ang sakripisyo daig pa sa training ng geisha ng Kyoto o performer sa kabuki); okay lang kung medyo kakarampot, ang importante lang na kasali na sila sa AKB families.

Let's see... The average seiyuu is paid around 10,000 yen per episode, so they fare less (except for the legendary ones in their 70s who are paid for up to 50,000 yen), and have to go into sidelines or moonlighting as voices for ero-anime. And the anime industry is a very complicated network, what with its own voluminous set of systems and rules, and production is very costly compared to live-action works... which makes even the KKS luckier in terms of income advantage.

reading: http://www.animestylepro.com/index.php? ... &Itemid=85
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CD Sales.

Postby Pseudonym on Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:56 am

I wonder why they don't get anything from CD Sales... Is that supposed to be a thing from their contract with the group's record label or with their individual contracts? :swt: Sorry if my question seems Idiotic as I don't understand this thingie that much. :swt:


soul.assassin wrote:True that, tapos dagdagan pa ang inflation at yung current status ng Japanese economy (na medyo tagilid dahil sa epekto ng lindol at pagkasira ng Fukushima nuke plant).


The Japanese Economy was already sideways even without the earthquake/tsunami and the Nuke Plant Incident. It just made everything worse. :swt: But yeah, High Inflation.
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Re: CD Sales.

Postby Kome on Sun Apr 29, 2012 2:06 am

Pseudonym wrote:I wonder why they don't get anything from CD Sales... Is that supposed to be a thing from their contract with the group's record label or with their individual contracts? :swt: Sorry if my question seems Idiotic as I don't understand this thingie that much. :swt:


soul.assassin wrote:True that, tapos dagdagan pa ang inflation at yung current status ng Japanese economy (na medyo tagilid dahil sa epekto ng lindol at pagkasira ng Fukushima nuke plant).


The Japanese Economy was already sideways even without the earthquake/tsunami and the Nuke Plant Incident. It just made everything worse. :swt: But yeah, High Inflation.



it's probably part of the contract. standard na siya across all idol groups ever since.

yes the Japanese economy is already worse since around the 90s. Japan's "Lost Decade"
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Re: AKB48 Contract Renewals

Postby soul.assassin on Fri May 11, 2012 2:56 am

Of late, may nahagilap ako... May kinalaman sa kinikita sa mga CM:
http://media.yucasee.jp/posts/index/11047/1
◆AKB48推定年収ランキング(氏名、年齢、年収、所属)
1位 前田敦子(20)  4000万円(前年2000万円)太田プロダクション
2位 篠田麻里子(26) 3800万円(同 2000万円)サムデイ
3位 板野友美(20)  3500万円(同 1600万円)ホリプロ
4位 大島優子(23)  3000万円(同 1800万円)太田プロダクション
5位 小嶋陽菜(24)  3000万円(同 1800万円)プロダクション尾木
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Sinalin ni Pseudo, at...
viewtopic.php?p=49260#p49260
If my japanese is to be trusted.. 万 means "Ten Thousand".

So,
Acchan = 40,000,000======20,000,000
Mariko = 38,000,000======20,000,000
Tomochin = 35,000,000====16,000,000
Yuko = 30,000,000========18,000,000
Kojiharu = 30,000,000=====18,000,000
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