“Get On The Soundtrack – YOUR Music In Movies, TV Shows & More” Free Webinar Set For March 31Tuesday, March 8th, 2016
Canadian Musician has announced its next free webinar, which will be on Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 7 p.m. ET. Canadian Musician Editor Andrew King will be joined by music supervisor Dondrea Erauw to discuss how songs get into TV shows, films, commercials, and more and what artists need to know before getting into this potentially-lucrative revenue stream.
Getting your music placed in films, TV programs, video games, ads, and other media is a great way to make money that comes with some extra benefits.
In this free webinar, Dondrea Erauw of instinct entertainment – the firm that picks the music for programs like Degrassi and Vikings and films like Arbitrage – will talk about how music supervisors choose music for their projects, give advice on what NOT to do when submitting music, and share the many advantages that come with scoring a placement – including profit and promotion.
-what a music supervisor does
-what music supervisors are looking for from artists
-how to meet & effectively pitch to music supervisors
-the various payment arrangements for song placements
…and much more!
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About The Presenters:
Dondrea Erauw graduated from the Music Industry Arts program at Fanshawe College in London Ontario. Not only was she interested in performing and songwriting, but she was also set on finding a career in the music industry. She found herself learning the ins and outs of music publishing at Casablanca Media Publishing in 2011 and has her dream job within music supervision at instinct entertainment since 2012. Erauw has worked on a number of television shows, such as Beauty and the Beast (Showcase/CW), Degrassi (Netflix/Family Channel), Cracked (CBC), and Open Heart (YTV/TeenNick).
Andrew King is the Editor of Canadian Musician, as well as Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also co-hosts Canadian Musician Radio. He has given presentations and sat on panels at events including ECMA, the Halifax Pop Explosion, and many others.