EARWORM is one of the fastest-rising Music Supervision & Licensing companies around. Launched in 2015, the company offers music supervision services for Film, TV, Video Games and Advertising. Based in London and Los Angeles, our highly-respected standing in the music industry provides us with the inside line on music trends with an unrivalled network of access to talent management and the licensing community. Earworm is working on some of the world’s biggest shows and productions and is expanding its team.
Role & Responsibilities:
- Supporting the Music Supervisor team, assisting with music clearances, music research, bespoke composition, music curation and new business.
- Carrying out music searches of both library and commercial music for TV, Film, Advertising and branded content projects and having a good knowledge of which rights holders to speak to based on the music budget and style that is required.
- Working closely with the Music Supervisor across music related work and overseeing the rights and clearance process from start to finish, whilst being experienced and confident enough to do this independently when required.
- Dealing with administrative tasks such as checking & logging of music licensing documentation, managing flow of music and generally overseeing a strong organisational framework.
- Following up with rights holders for countersigned licenses & unpaid invoices and knowing when to get on the phone if things are moving too slowly.
- Managing music databases for distribution of sourced music to productions.
- Negotiating agreement terms and completing license agreements.
- Review final edits to ensure accuracy of Earworm cue sheets.
- Create and manage music cue sheets and budget tracking systems.
Earworm would expect you to have:
- Strong knowledge of music rights and clearances with a particular focus on Film and TV.
- Experience working in music sync/supervision and/or similar rights and clearances role.
- Ability to research and track down rights owners.
- Negotiate fees and terms with rights owners when required to by the music supervisor.
- Good relationships with record labels, music publishers and sync agencies UK and U.S.
- Excellent organisational skills.
- Strong research abilities and problem solving skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication.
- Ability to multi-task under strict deadlines.
- Basic knowledge of music production and music theory a plus.
To apply, please email Ben Turner – email@example.com