Learn the Complexities for Acquiring Music for Film, TV & Video

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Networking Seminars will host an afternoon workshop at Le Merigot Hotel in Santa Monica, California with special guest speaker Jacqueline Fuchs, formerly known as Jackie Fox, the bassist of the 1970s rock band The Runaways.

Edgeplay - A Documentary on The Runaways.

On June 23rd starting at 12 noon Networking Seminars will host an afternoon workshop at Le Merigot Hotel in Santa Monica, California. If you need to know the complex process of getting music licensing for a film whether it be for a feature length, documentary, film short, or video - you can't afford to miss Music in Film: Rights, Licensing & Soundtracks at Le Merigot on June 23rd.

The special guest speaker will be Jacqueline Fuchs, formerly known as Jackie Fox, the bassist of the 1970s rock band The Runaways, will discuss Vicki Tischler's difficulties in acquiring The Runaways music for the film "Edgeplay - A Documentary on The Runaways."

If you're in the music business and want to know how money is generated by placing a song in a film or a filmmaker interested in learning the process of music rights and licensing to release your film, you can't afford to miss the step by step breakdown from top entertainment attorneys David Steinberg of Heenan Blaikie and Jeff Levy of Roberts & Ritholz.

ASCAP will have Diana Szyszkiewicz who will discuss the process of how money is generated by using a song, how ASCAP tracks royalties and makes payment to the musicians. Our music supervisor, Ron Proulx or Arpix Media Inc. will discuss how you obtain songs from musicians and how you track who owns the song. You'll also get a copy of a synch licensing agreement, master use licensing agreement and composer agreement!

For more information, please visit http://www.networkingseminars.net.

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