Explaining Sync Licensing From the Agents
Established in 2002, Blue Buddha Entertainment is a boutique music licensing firm.
Music Supervisors Aren’t Treated Fairly, Here’s What’s Going On
Our guest this week is music supervisor and Vice President of the Guild of Music Supervisors, Madonna Wade-Reed. Her credits include TV shows such as All American, Batwoman, American Crime, Reign, Blue Mountain State, Smallville, One Tree Hill, plus films such as 8-Bit Christmas, Lovesick, A Thousand Words and the documentary Let It Fall. In this episode, Madonna breaks down her responsibilities within new projects, why it’s vital for artists to educate themselves on licensing, as well as a closer look into why the music supervisors’ movement toward unionizing.
Sync Licensing Company Explains How Music Gets Placed
This week on the New Music Business, Ari is joined by Lyle Hysen and Kyra Wendel of the sync licensing agency, Bank Robber Music. They discuss everything from how they organize and pitch playlists, what today’s sync fees are looking like, negotiations with record labels and publishing companies, the best pitching methods, and much more!
How HBO’s Insecure Changed Music and the Launch of an Equitable Record Label
This week on the New Music Business, I interviewed the multi-faceted Benoni Tagoe. As the president of Issa Raes’ music label and supervision agency, Raedio, Tagoe breaks down the “audio everywhere” company, what it means to develop an artist, as well as his experiences supervising shows such as Insecure and The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.
How To Book House Concerts With Side Door (Review)
Not only are house concerts fun to play, they can be quite lucrative. Side Door looks to bridge the gap between artist and host.