Vote For The 2012 SXSW Panel "The Not So Sexy Side Of Music For Film & TV"

Voting for the 2012 SXSW Panel, "The Not So Sexy Side Of Music For Film & TV," Is Now Open!
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Aug. 16, 2011 - PRLog -- The 2012 SXSW PanelPicker Voting opened August 15, 2011 and there are approximately 3,800 panels trying to get in the 60 available slots for inclusion in the South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conferences & Festivals.

Voting for the panel, "The Not So Sexy Side Of Music For Film & TV," for inclusion in the 2012 SXSW Festival is awaiting your votes.  Regardless if you plan to attend, your vote can help make this panel possible for those who plan to attend the festival and this panel.

You can place your vote by clicking the following link.  Please leave a comment as well.

In the world of licensing music for Film & TV, the sexy side, or creative side, seems to get a lot of the attention whereas the not so sexy side, or the business side, is somewhat of a daunting and unfamiliar territory. This panel of professional music & film industry experts who are involved in the day to day business side of getting everything legal will focus on make the administrative side of music in film more sexy and appealing. The panelists will discuss the many issues that one can encounter when clearing and licensing music from the business/administrative side. Various topics of discussion will include best practices to follow in order to make the licensing process easier and avoiding disputes, resolving misunderstandings and possible legal action.

Some topics of discussion will be, but not limited to the following.
1.   What are some of the most common misconceptions when it comes to music licensing?
2.   Why are some issues with using boiler plate license agreements off the Internet?
3.   What final music related documents are included in the deliverables package?
4.   What can go wrong and how to mutually resolve any disputes or misunderstandings during a licensing deal?
5.   Why are music cue sheets so important?

The Panelists Are:

Dominique Preyer
- Music Supervisor (Hear It - Clear It Music Supervision) [Moderator]

Julia Henry
- Music Supervisor (Ivy Augusta)

Mark Grossman
- Entertainment Attorney (Baldillo Music)

Nikki Rowling
- Music Business Consulting, Music Publisher (Titan Music Group)

Willie Scoggins
- Music Publisher, Musician (Baldillo Music)

You can place your vote by clicking the following link.  Please leave a comment as well.

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Hear It - Clear It Music Supervision is a full service music supervision service for film, TV and any other media where music clearance and licensing is required.
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