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April 3, 2013

Time: 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

SOLD OUT!!! TV & Film Music - What works, what doesn't and the latest trends in placing music in TV & Film

must attend event for publishers with the TOP MUSIC SUPERVISORS in TV & Film including Alicen Schneider of NBCUniversal TV, Kasey Truman with Chop Shop, Jason Markey of Relativity Music Group and Maria Alonte McCoy from District Music!!!  Learn from our LA and NY experts the tricks of the trade in successfully placing music in TV & Film. Have you wondered how and why certain songs appear in TV & Film and how scenes come to life with the right music score?  What are the current rates for songs and instrumental music in TV, Film, Cable and the Internet? Plan to attend this exciting event to hear all these questions answered and more!

Jason Markey, Relativity Media Group


Maria Alonte McCoy, District Music

Alicen Schneider, NBCUniversal TV

Kasey Truman, Chop Shop


Alicen Schneider
Vice President, Music Creative - NBCUniversal TV

Kasey Truman
Music Supervisor - Chop Shop Music Supervision

Jason Markey
Senior Vice President, Music & Soundtracks - Relativity Music Group

Maria Alonte McCoy
Partner - District Music


Randy Wachtler
Founder of 615 Music and Past Chairman of the PMA (Production Music Association)

AIMP Panel

Place: View Map
Cabana Restaurant
1910 Belcourt Avenue
Nashville, TN 37212


Additional Speaker Information

Alicen Schneider is the head of the creative music division for NBC Universal Television, which she created and established 7 years ago. In this capacity, she over-sees a team of five full time in-house music supervisors as well as manages all outside studio music supervisor hires. In addition, she currently music supervises “Being Human” and “Warehouse 13” for Syfy as well as manages music strategies and personnel for all Studio productions. She contributes music creative for select NBC Agency promotional campaigns; most notably the Olympics every two years and assists with strategic music partnerships for the multi-platform marketing of shows. Alicen also operates as a music liaison between Network and Studio creative executives for stunt casting and on-camera opportunities and makes composer recommendations for Universal Television produced programs. Further to this, she solicits the creation of original compositions and recordings for both promotional campaigns and episodic series.

Kasey Truman is the music supervisor for the television series Hart of Dixie and Suburgatory, and also works on Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, Supernatural and Mad Men. Past shows include Private Practice, Chuck, Gossip Girl, Rescue Me, Off The Map, FlashForward, Numb3rs and Without a Trace. She recently supervised the indie film Sassy Pants and soccer documentary Pelada. Other Chop Shop film projects include a five film/soundtrack run with the Twilight Saga, The Perks of Being A Wallflower, Warm Bodies, The Dilemma, Water For Elephants, Remember Me and New In Town. Kasey has been with Chop Shop since 2007, but got her start in music supervision working as a coordinator for Mary Ramos in 2004 (Be Cool, Freedom Writers, The Big White, Keith and I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer). She is a graduate of Duke University (Bachelor of Arts Psychology), where she was the captain of the Women's Soccer team. She also earned a Master's Degree in Sport Psychology from Cal-State Fullerton.

Jason Markey is responsible for the strategic marketing and release of soundtracks, produced by Relativity and other studios and television networks as well as overseeing the international music department. He’s provided soundtrack services on Safe Haven, Chasing Mavericks, ParaNorman, American Reunion, Mirror Mirror, Act of Valor, Haywire, Immortals, Like Crazy, Beginners, Bridesmaids, Limitless, The Adjustment Bureau, Biutiful, The Fighter, 30 Rock, Dear John, and more. Previously, Markey was GM of Immortal Records, and A&R Director for American Recordings and Arista Records. He started his 22-year career in the MCA Records A&R department.

Maria Alonte McCoy started her career working in Film & TV licensing at Arista Records. She spent 15 years at Nettwerk Music Group as ultimately, Senior VP, Film & TV Music working with Sarah McLachlan, Coldplay, Dido, Guster, etc. Maria now runs District Music, a standalone film & TV representation company working with artists from Red Light Management, ATO Records, and Archangel Media. District Music is also an independent publishing company. District is currently working with artists such as Alabama Shakes, Dave Matthews Band, Good Old War, Aqualung, Lucy Schwartz, Eastern Block, as well as many others.

Randy Wachtler is the Founder of 615 Music Companies, headquartered in Nashville, TN, with affiliated offices in Los Angeles. The company was acquired by Warner/Chappell Music in 2010 and Randy served as EVP of Warner/Chappell Production Music in charge of North American Operations until the launch of WCPM (Warner/Chappell Production Music) in April of 2012. Randy is a co-founder and past Chairman of the Production Music Association (PMA,) based in Los Angeles. (2003-’12) and is currently serving as Special Advisor to the board. He is also currently Adjunct Professor for the RIM (Recording Industry Management) at MTSU and board member of the AIMP Nashville chapter.

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