Ahead of the AIM Sync conference on 28 January, some of the featured speakers offer up some expert advice on the world of sync licensing…
The Association of Independent Music (AIM) has announced the final additions to their sync licensing conference, which will take place at Barbican Centre, London, on 28 January.
Seasoned pop publisher and peermusic managing director Nigel Elderton has just taken up the PRS chairmanship. We learn what's in store for his tenure...
The Association of Independent Music’s (AIM) Sync Licensing conference is to return with Stranger Things music supervisor Nora Felder.
AIM’s annual sync licensing master class is to return to London in April with a keynote interview with Broad City music supervisor Matt FX Feldman.
Birdy was awarded the Sync Artist of the Year accolade at the Music Week Sync Awards 2015. Here, Michelle Stoddart from Kobalt Music Publishing talks us through the winning partnership with Lloyds Bank.
Manners McDade director Catherine Manners gives us the lowdown on her recent trip to the Spikes Asia summit and shares what she learned about the region's sync and publishing opportunities.
Advertisers prefer pop music, with the genre accounting for nearly a quarter (24.7 percent) of all songs appearing in UK TV adverts from January to July 2014, figures from Ad Break Anthems have revealed.
Sound agency Altitude Music has appointed Matt Kaleda as creative director to oversee sound design, publishing and music supervision across a variety of media.
Sync revenues for music placements in TV, ads and films raised the UK music industry almost £19m in 2013, new BPI figures show.