I was recently offered the chance to be the VP of Marketing for a new start up a friend of mine is creating. I have found following my gut instinct is usually right, and my gut is telling me not to accept the offer, but for some reason I feel uneasy. So I was looking for some input from my MacRumors friends. I will run down the basics of the company and if you can let me know what you think of the idea. The business will be a LLC. As VP of Marketing I would own 22%. The planned company is a website which would host high definition network content and movies for on demand viewing. Basically we would talk to the big networks like HBO, CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, Nick, USA, etc. and try to get them to agree to lease us their content on the website so our visitors can watch their programs. They would get money by advertising revenue, and the company paying for the rights, and we would get money also from advertising. The HUGE problem I see is competition. Think about everything out there that would be competition. First we would have Apple TV, Tivo, and alike. Then we would also have competition from the actual TV shows airing on TV, DVDs, iTunes TV store, and You Tube. Steve Jobs got the music industry to allow him to distribute music through iTunes, but that was only after YEARS of negotiation. Hell, that was with JOBS! Not some 20 somethings from Ohio who nobody ever heard of. I mean if it doesn't work I'm not out anything, except time. He is working now to secure venture capital money. If he can get the beginning funds, he has guaranteed me a salary of $90,000 and $10,000 to relocate to Cali.I'm 22 and about to grad from college in marketing, and no other offers are flooding in for $90,000. If I don't do this I have other ideas for my future. I would LOVE to be a college professor and own a marketing company on the side. So let me know honestly. I appreciate your input!