Just like music and picture, music supervisors and NYC are a killer combination.
As the Sync Summit routinely accomplishes, the 2016 SyncSummit NY features one of the most comprehensive convergences of music-to-picture professionals to be found anywhere. This year’s Manhattan meeting takes place June 15-16th at Webster Hall. Attendees can register for $100 off of admission through today, June 10th, for $499, a savings of $100 off the standard rate.
With their heavy emphasis on networking as well as breaking information, Sync Summits attract not just top music supes, but also heads of music in visual and interactive media (TV, Film, Video Games, Advertising, the Internet and Mobile) label executives, publishers, music libraries, composers, artists, technologists, legal, accounting, brand managers and service providers.
This year’s two-day agenda is impressive, kicking off with a keynote from superstar music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas followed by a steady diet of “Talk Show” style Q&A panels discussions. There are far too many list, but highlights include “Help Music Supervisors Help You,” “The Art of Marketing with Music,” “Why Data Matters,” and for the newbies “Licensing 101.”
2016 also marks the debut of “The Women In Sync Awards,” an annual event recognizing the excellence of the work done by women in the fields of music, visual media, interactive media, advertising and brands in the during the 2015 calendar year. Categories cover the achievements of music supervisors in film, TV, games, the Internet, mobile, advertising and brand management, publishing executives, managers, label executives, artists, producers, technologists, sync reps and others involved in buying, selling and using music in visual entertainment, branded messaging and advertising.