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Panel Ponders Music Placement

The Asbury PR Agency will present a special panel entitled “Getting Your Music into Film and TV” on Thursday, January 22, in conjunction with the NAMM 2015 Convention at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

Beverly Hills, CA (January 8, 2015)—The Asbury PR Agency will present a special panel entitled “Getting Your Music into Film and TV” on Thursday, January 22, in conjunction with the NAMM 2015 Convention at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

The panel, which is being presented as part of NAMM’s “Hot Zone” educational sessions, will explore the placement of original music and songs in movie trailers, TV shows and commercials. The panel of industry experts will lead musicians and their managers through the world of music placements for entertainment and advertising campaigns, and 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 Sally House, owner and executive producer of L.A.-based music production company The Hit House; Bob Kaminsky, executive vice president/co-owner with Riptide Music Group, an L.A.-based “sync-flavored” global publishing administration company; Shauna Krikorian, co-founder of MediaHorse, a music marketing and licensing firm that specializes in the creation and placement of music in TV shows, trailers, films and advertising campaigns; and Bob Mair, CEO, owner and founder of Black Toast Music, an independent music publisher, production music library and record label based in Chatsworth, CA. Rich Goldman, founder and president of L.A.-based music synchronization, publishing and administration company RipTide Music Group, will moderate.

The Asbury PR Agency
www.asburypr.com

Session details:
http://www.namm.org/thenammshow/2015/hot-zone/getting-your-music-film-and-tv

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