Universal Music Publishing (UPPM) has announced a new partnership with Volta Music to launch a new label specialising in music for trailers and TV ads.
Mute Song’s David McGinnis explains why the reworking of an iconic Nick Cave song for Series 2 of BBC drama Peaky Blinders represents an innovative new approach to sync.
Sound designers and composers have until 28 November to make their submissions for the Music+Sound Awards 2015.
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.
The US sync market holds a wealth of opportunities for UK artists, labels and publishers - learn how to get involved.
Manners McDade has signed a deal with US label Ghostly International to represent their artists in Europe for sync.
TV composer John Lunn, sound designer Nick Ryan and The Heavy were among the winners at the International Music+Sound Awards.
We get the low down on the trailer for Mad Men Season Seven and the use of soul songstress Alice Russell's Breakdown...
Sync revenues for music placements in TV, ads and films raised the UK music industry almost £19m in 2013, new BPI figures show.
Soundlounge’s Ruth Simmons gives us her top tips on how to sync your music to adverts…