Sync Summit 2014
ASCAP members get a $249 discount!
SLS Beverly Hills Hotel
465 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
ASCAP members get a $249 discount off the full admission price when they register by September 4! Click here to get your discounted tickets.
Sync Summit is a high-level, focused networking event where top music supervisors, heads of music in visual and interactive media (TV, film, video games, advertising, the internet and mobile), label executives, publishers, music libraries, composers, artists, technologists, lawyers, accountants, brand managers and service providers gather for two days of discussion, networking and dealmaking.
Sync Summit is designed to be a different kind of conference – not a mere pitfchfest where the connections made are soon forgotten or not followed up, or a general glossing over of the music in media market. Rather, Sync Summit is organized around fostering real, productive networking opportunities, presenting case studies of how music is discovered and used, evolving business models in the music in media market as well as creative and promotional considerations.
DON'T MISS THESE PANELS:
(Artist X Sync) = AudienceRevenue²
September 8, 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM
It’s a fact that artists (and the people that work with them) need to expand the ways and means used to promote production and generate revenue. Sync and brand affiliation are the fulcrum for artist development – having a song affiliated with a hit show or a multi-million dollar ad campaign is one of the surest ways to build audience and ultimately revenue. Join our experts on branding, sync and promotion as they discuss the ways and means artists build their presence in the 21st century.
John Anderson – CEO, Hunnypot Unlimited
Mick Lloyd – SVP, Licensing,Entertainment One U.S., LP
Matt Coleman – President and CEO, Let The People Speak Management
Peter Szabo – VP, West Coast Ad Sales, Head of Music, Shazam Entertainment
Beka Tiscker – Producer/Writer Manager at AAM and Publishing at Prescription Songs
Jackie Shuman – Head of Sync, Crush Management
Joe Solo – ASCAP Producer/Songwriter, Joe Solo Productions
Making Music for Media: Placement and Original Composition
September 8, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
This panel is a showcase of the process, the people and the products of original composition for visual media featuring top music composers, supervisors and producers.
Sally House - Executive Producer,The Hit House, Los Angeles
Dinesh Wicks – ASCAP/APRA composer; Creative Director,The DA’s Office
Jesse Voccia - ASCAP composer
Bob Mair – CEO/Owner/Founder, Black Toast Music
Helene Muddiman – PRS/ASCAP composer; Founder, Hollywood Elite Composers
Mark Frieser – Founder and CEO, Sync Summit
Changing Business Models of Music in Visual Media
September 9, 10:55 AM – 11:55 AM
This panel spotlights the ways and models, new and old, that content owners, creators and music supervisors use for administration, discovery, asset management and deal negotiation, with particular attention paid to the best practices, services and tools that are most successful and more efficient.
Jay Cooper – Co-Chair, West Coast Entertainment Division, Greenberg Traurig
Melinda Lee – General Manager, Getty Images Music
Joel T. Jordan – Founder and CEO, SynchTank
Matt Kiersch – Music Supervisor, Quiet On The Set Inc./CouldB Entertainment
Joel Feinberg – CEO, deWolfe Music, USA
Mary Jo Mennella – Founder, Music Asset Management
Shawn LeMone – Vice President, Film & Television/New Media Department, ASCAP
Visit SyncSummit.com for the full agenda.