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Saturday, May 2 • 9:45am - 11:00am
Know Your Placement: Music Publishing in Film, TV and Beyond

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Getting your music in film, TV and other audio-visual media can offer a major payday. This panel, booked in conjunction with the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP), focuses on the publisher side of the A/V licensing equation. You’ll hear the honest truth about pitching songs and getting placements from the publishers who do it every day. They’ll explain the process of nabbing a placement in film, TV, video games and more, and offer their unique perspective on how the economics of A/V licensing have changed in recent years. And of course, they’ll offer wisdom on how best to approach music supervisors with your own music.

Moderators
avatar for Michael Eames

Michael Eames

President & Co-Founder, PEN Music Group
Michael Eames is a trained composer, songwriter and pianist with experience in film scoring who studied at Cornell University and UCLA Extension; Michael also held a minor in Business Management from Cornell. As President of PEN, Michael oversees all aspects of the operation as well... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Alexia Baum

Alexia Baum

Director, Music Publishing, Universal Pictures
Alexia Baum has enjoyed more than 20 years of success in the music publishing arena, specifically mining music catalogues to market and license all kinds of music to all types of media. Cutting her teeth at the late great indie publisher Windswept Pacific, where she went on to head... Read More →
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Ron Broitman

EVP, Head of Synchronization, Warner/Chappell Music
Ron Broitman is Executive Vice President, Head of Synchronization, Warner/Chappell Music (WCM) & Rhino Entertainment.  Overseeing WCM and Rhino's newly-unified synchronization operations, Broitman will lead a team representing both recorded music and music publishing rights and offering... Read More →
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Rachel Jacobson

Creative Licensing, SONGS Music Publishing
Rachel came to SONGS in 2014 after three years in creative licensing at Atlantic Records.  Prior to that she worked with an indie publishing/licensing company and interned in the music department at E! Entertainment.  Wanting to go into music supervision/licensing since high school... Read More →
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Gary Miller

VP, Film & TV Music, Creative, Universal Music Publishing Group


Saturday May 2, 2015 9:45am - 11:00am
Dolby Ballroom 5th Floor

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