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How To Place Your Music in Film and TV

PRS for Music and The Ivors Academy are delighted to invite you to our event taking place on November 12th at the Music Room at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool.

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Event details:

6:00pm – Doors Open

6:30pm – 7:30pm: David Lowe in Conversation

An illustrated talk from this renowned television and radio composer about his career and latest projects.

David’s music fronts some of the most popular shows on British TV today – BBC News, as well as The X Factor, Countryfile, Panorama and Grand Designs. He has also composed for National Radio and special events, such as the London 2012 Olympic Games. This intimate and insightful chat is a must for creators who want to place their music in film and television.

8.00pm – 9.15pm: How To Place Your Music in Film and TV

Have you ever wanted to write for a TV show or create music for advertising? The area of ‘sync’ rights has become increasingly important in recent years for songwriters as both a valuable income stream and also for raising their profile, but it’s still a mystery for many artists how music is sourced and selected.

This panel will be discussing everything you need to know to prepare, pitch and place your songs for television in the UK and around the world and the important matter of making sure that you get paid.

Panellists:

Daniel Jones (PRS for Music – Moderator)

Becky Hawley (Stealing Sheep)

Dave Newton (PRS for Music)

Gemma Jones (Lime Pictures)

Patrick Cloherty (Sentric Music)

Steve Levine (Producer & Composer)

9:15pm – 10:00pm – Networking

The evening closes with a networking session.

There are several public car parks within walking distance and the venue is fully accessible. If you have any questions or specific access requirements, please email: PRS for Music at education@prsformusic.com.

Reserve your free place on Eventbrite here

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