Seasonal and holiday periods provide plentiful and potentially lucrative opportunities, but knowing how to find them and pitch for them can be tricky.
It’s Halloween and that gives us a great excuse to write about music in scary films (and eat anything containing sugar). Some of the songs are downright creepy in their own right, some were corrupted by the film. Here’s our top 10:
We headed to BAFTA Piccadilly this week for the Library Music Awards‘ Tune Up event. Here’s a few tips we took away:
A lot of people we speak to (outside the industry) assume that music sync is limited to TV production and movies. Both you and we know that it isn’t.
Over the last year we’ve been working with more and more indie companies who want to make sync work better for them. If you’d like to do the same but find the world of sync a daunting and confusing place (which it often is), check out our 5 essential tips:
Midem 2013 was interesting. Attendance was down and everyone was grumbling it was the quietest yet.
Cost cutting is on trend today in the major and minor record labels and publishing companies – many companies spending less, both on salaries as well as on core company needs
We’ve highlighted this before as we believe that rights owners in all forms should receive their due recompense.
A little tongue in cheek this post but it’s often the circumstantial that is an indicator of underlying capabilities….
Hot off the press and on the flight back to LA, Tammy reflects on her last visit to SXSW in the early 00’s and how the focus has shifted.
So last night we sponsored the AIM (Association of Independent Music) “Sync Licensing to TV, Film, Adverts and Games” conference. Here are the salient points we took away: