Placing your music in film, TV, games & advertising
Learn from key US players in our film and TV synchronisation masterclass
Participate in an interactive discussion and Q&A with some of the top music
supervisors in LA who directly place music in film, TV, games, and advertising.
Why you should attend
â€¢ Hear from some of the key influencers in the synchronisation space
about the developing opportunities.
â€¢ Learn how this kind of licensing can lead to new revenue streams for your music.
â€¢ Understand who the key decisionmakers in the sector are and
how to reach them.
â€¢ Receive direct advice, tips, dos and donts for pitching your music.
â€¢ Understand the usage of music in film, TV, games and advertising.
â€¢ Gain a comprehensive understanding of the various revenue streams,
fees, and deals that artists generate from music placements.
â€¢ Take part in a detailed discussion of case studies relevant to your needs.
â€¢ Get comprehensive take-home notes to help you make the next step to
placing your music.
â€¢ Network with others in the local music industry.
Joining us live from Los Angeles
â€¢ Austrade Los Angeles Peter Cohen is best known from his work as an
A&R rep with Sony Music and with the TV series Rock Star: Supernova,
Rock Star: INXS and The Road to Stardom with Missy Elliot.
â€¢ NBC Universal Television Musics Director of Promo Music Services
Janine Kerr is responsible for placing music in major promos for networks
including NBC, Bravo and Oxygen.
â€¢ Undercover Tracks Music Licensings President Isabel Pappani,
specialises in the placement of music in film and TV, and works primarily
with Australian artists.
â€¢ More speakers to be announced.
Limited places – register now
Dont miss out on the insights at this industry masterclass. Register online
today at www.australianmusicoffice.com or call Austrade on 13 28 78.
Thursday 1 May 2008
Locations and times
Adelaide 11:30am – 1:30pm
Brisbane 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Darwin 11:30am – 1:30pm
Melbourne 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Perth 10:00am – 12:00pm
Sydney 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Attendance costs $50.
Who should attend?
â€¢ Record labels
â€¢ Music publishers