Beverly Hills, CA (April 29, 2014)—The Asbury PR Agency of Beverly Hills and the Music Business Association have teamed up to present a panel at the Music Biz 2014 conference.
The Asbury PR Agency and the Music Business Association (formerly NARM and digitalmusic.org) will produce a special panel entitled “Beyond the Jingle: How to Get Your Music into Film Trailers and Commercials,” to be presented on May 6 at 5 PM at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel, in Century City, CA, during the three-day Music Biz 2014 conference.
Nicole Hennessey, director of communications for the Music Business Association, said, “If you have never attended a Music Biz event, this is your chance to get to know our association, reap the benefits of three-days packed with programs and discussions that reflect the hot button issues in the industry, and rub elbows with the association's influential membership of music biz decision-makers.”
She adds, “We are pleased to be working with Dan Harary from The Asbury PR Agency, who suggested this special panel to us, and who will also be producing the session.”
The panel of industry experts will lead musicians and their managers through the world of music placements for entertainment and advertising campaigns. The session will discuss how to interact with music supervisors and how to pitch music to top film trailers houses and ad agencies, as well as how to get music heard by music publishers and third-party licensing companies.
Speakers appearing on the special panel include moderator Sally “Super Sal” House, executive producer with L.A.-based music production company The Hit House; Danny Exum, the recently named director of music supervision and business development for The Hit House; Dan Silver, VP of creative with Riptide Music Group; Chip Herter, music supervisor for advertising agency Crispin Porter & Bogusky; and Jesse Goodwin, music supervisor with Seismic Productions, an award-winning entertainment marketing company.
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Music Biz 2014