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May 2, 2015

Time: 9:45 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

AIMP presents Publishing Licensing panel at ASCAP EXPO

"Know Your Placement: Music Publishing in Film, TV and Beyond"

Getting your music in film, TV and other audio-visual media can offer a major payday. This panel, booked in conjunction with 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.

To learn more about this panel click here,  or to register for the EXPO click here.  AIMP members, please log in to your Member's Area to get your discount!


Alexia Baum
Director Music Publishing, Universal Pictures

Ron Broitman
EVP/Head of Synch, Warner/Chappell Music

Rachel Jacobson
Creative Licensing, SONGS Music Publishing

Gary Miller
VP Film & TV Music Creative, Universal Music Publishing


Michael Eames
President, PEN Music Group/AIMP President

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