Ray Yee, Director of Film/TV Relations for BMI in Los Angeles, moderated the "Licensing Your Music for Film & TV" panel at the DIY Convention
held recently in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The panel featured top music supervisors in film and TV, as well as executives who place music at the record label and publisher end of the business. Among the topics discussed were getting music placed in film and TV, scoring vs. writing songs for a film, and new growth areas for music in TV, film and cable.
|Shown before the panel are PJ Bloom, Music Supervisor, Neophonic Inc.; Doug DeAngelis, composer/producer, Messy Music; Wende Crowley, Music Supervisor, Whirly Girl Music; Joei Alvarez, Music Consultant, Generation Music; Chris Jackson, Director of Music, E! Entertainment Television Networks; BMI composer James Venable; and BMI's Ray Yee |