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June 15, 2016


SyncSummit NY

SYNCSUMMIT NEW YORK

JUNE 15 - 16, 2016

 Keynotes (to date):

  • Alexandra Patsavas, Founder, Chop Shop Music Supervision
  • Karl Westman, Senior Executive Music Producer, Ogilvy
  • Chris Clark, Director of Music, Leo Burnett
  • Josh Rabinowitz, EVP/Director of Music, Grey Advertising
  • Eric Johnson, SVP, Executive Music Producer, McCann
  • Brandon Johnson, Director, Music Affairs, Activision Blizzard
  • Luciana Pegorer Pera, Executive Director, ABMI (Brazilian Independent Music Association), Co-Founder, Delira Música

Who’s confirmed so far to speak at 2016’s SyncSummit NY:

  • Karl Westman, Senior Executive Music Producer, Ogilvy
  • Kate Urcioli, Music Supervisor, Heavy Duty Projects
  • Matthew Evertsen, Creative Director, RONIN
  • Amrita Sen, CEO, BollyDoll

With many more to come…

And Who’s Playing (so far)?

  • Annah Mac
  • Marci Geller
  • Trick Knee

Why attend SyncSummit New York?

On June 15-16, 2016, SyncSummit New York will bring you together with the world’s top brands, music buyers, ad firms and music supervisors for two days of focused networking, discussions and dealmaking.

If you make, represent or own music, SyncSummit New York is the best place for you to learn from, connect to and make deals with decision makers who use music for brands, ads, film, TV, games, mobile and the web.

Check out who spoke at SyncSummit New York in 2015.  

What do you get when you attend?

By attending SyncSummit New York 2016, you’ll get unprecedented access to the information and the contacts you need to succeed in syncing and scoring your music. These benefits include:

Real interaction with and access to keynotes and panelists.

As an attendee of SyncSummit New York, you’ll be able to network with speakers before, during and after the event – both in the daytime and at the nighttime receptions and showcases.

Workshops that give you practical information and resources to get your music placed.  

These are conversations between attendees and speakers limited to 50 people where you can discuss important market issues in detail – like how to get a song placed or how to prepare your music for submission to an ad agency.

The Sync Competition – Their Videos + Your Music.  

The Sync Competition is a chance for you to sync your music to videos provided by major music supervisors who will then judge the results.  And, while we’ll never promise you’ll get a sync by competing, all past winners have gone on successfully work on sync projects.

Before the event, we work with you to set up meetings on your behalf.  

We connect you to the speakers and other attendees before the event so that you can network and set up meetings to discuss working together.

During the event, we connect you with the people who can help you get your music placed. 

This means that we’ll connect you with both music supervisors, brands, ad agencies and more important, the publishers, labels, managers, sync agencies and representatives that music buyers trust and work to get music for their projects.  No other event out there does this.

After the event, a list of every attendee and speaker, including their contact details. 

After SyncSummit New York, we distribute to every attendee a list that includes the email contacts of every single attendee and speaker so that you can follow up to the conversations you’ve had at the event.    

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