WHAM Network Policy
The WHAM Network licenses a wide array of engaging, entertaining and informative gaming-centric programming touching on all aspects of the global gaming audience and the world of gaming and esports.
The WHAM Network strives to present the highest quality content to our viewers. To that end, we send production personnel to major gaming and lifestyle events. WHAM does not and cannot accept unsolicited submissions for programming content, nor will we respond to inquiries regarding such submissions. An unsolicited project will only be returned to sender upon request.
Unsolicited Programming Submission Policy:
As a general practice, WHAM does not accept unsolicited material that is not represented by a reputable agent, agency, manager, producer, production company, or studio. Any unsolicited pitches, outlines, scripts, treatments, videos, etc. will be discarded and will not be read or viewed. The purpose of this policy is to avoid any potential misunderstandings if your original work seems similar to a WHAM program, since many works and submissions are based on the same or similar ideas. Please note: If you choose to disregard this policy and submit materials regardless, you acknowledge that you have read the WHAM submission policy and understand that by making such a submission, you understand that WHAM has no obligation to you or your submission and that you have no claim whatsoever based on such submission.