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September 8, 2014

Sync Summit Hollywood


Hollywood, CA
September 8 & 9, 2014

Sync Summits are high-level, focused networking events held in New York, Hollywood and Paris where top music supervisors, heads of music in visual and interactive media (TV, Film, Video Games, Advertising, the Internet and Mobile), label executives, publishers, music libraries, composers, artists, technologists, legal, accounting, brand managers and service providers gather for two days of discussion, networking and dealmaking.

Mark Huffman, Proctor & Gamble's Executive Production Manager (he's the guy you want to know if you're in music and want to work with P&G)  and Grey's Josh Raboniwitz will join me to discuss music and branding, and the unique perspective of Procter and Gamble.  This is a must-see keynote for anyone in the busienss of licensing music to brands.

Sync Summit is designed to be a different kind of conference – not a mere pitfchfest where the connections made are soon forgotten or not followed up, or a general glossing over of the music in media market.  Rather, Sync Summit is organized around fostering real, productive networking opportunities, presenting case studies of how music is discovered and used, evolving business models in the music in media market as well as creative and promotional considerations.

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