Go check it out: Day 149
But you would need to go to the Late Night Feelings site in order to see it!
Go check it out: Day 149
Marketing Your Music: Opportunities in Films, Television, and Other Media on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at the Gibson Baldwin Showroom (formerly the legendary Hit Factory) 6 P.M.
Hello my Write Queen Readers,
I wanted to let you guys know about a wonderful seminar that my friend Leeia Music is hosting next week Thursday. If you are in music, this is a must-go-to event that not talks about an opportunity only a few people have thought about, but is also affordable for its invaluable information:
MARKETING YOUR MUSIC: OPPORTUNITIES IN FILMS, TELEVISION, AND OTHER MEDIA.
HOSTED BY: Leeia Music
There are many income-generating aspects to the music business – from radio spins, to merchandising, to live touring, to album sales – but one of the most overlooked facet is that of placements. Think of how many times your favorite song has helped you tune into an otherwise forgettable commercial, set the tone in a television show, or acted as a marketing tool for a new movie? The idea of placements is nothing new, but its execution is still a mystery to many.
Marketing Your Music is a live seminar to be held on Thursday, July 21st, 2011 at the Gibson Baldwin Showroom (formerly the legendary Hit Factory) 6pm EST, focused on aiding up-and-coming & independent artists, songwriters, composers, and producers in their quest for music placements in film, television, Internet, and other media.
David Hnatiuk and David Weiss, co-authors of the industry-leading book, Music Supervision: Selecting Music for Movies, TV, Games and New Media. They are also co-founders of the music supervision service www.thesonghunters.com.
David Hnatiuk (www.autonatic.net)
Live Performances by recording artists Andy Rosen and Kiriaki Bozas!
Who will be in Attendance: Musicians, Film Producers, Composers, Record Label Reps, Music Lawyers, Producers, Recording Artist, and Songwriters.
SPACE IS VERY LIMITED, BOOK NOW! Tickets to this seminar cost $40.00. Registered attendees are encouraged to share their comment and promote themselves on event website. Please include link to song sample and bio. A few registered attendees will be selected to perform at event. Others will have their music played.
You can register and buy your ticket at Event Brite:
Remember to check out Music Seminars Website:
For those who are busy enjoying and participating in National Poetry Month, I hope the first ten days has gone well. I have been reading poems from my fellow poets out there on the web and I have to say, I am amazed. Beautiful pieces have been littering blogs and Facebook. It is rather overwhelming, but exciting. We are five days away from the half way point of NaPoWriMo. I can't wait to see what the next couple of weeks will bring.
Today I have a special treat for iPhone and iPod Touch users/poets. Being the owner of an iPod Touch, I have accumulated quite a few applications, especially poetry ones. Here is a list of poetry apps that you can try during National Poetry Month that I highly recommend.
If anyone downloads one of these apps, I would love to see what sort of poems you come up with.
Hope everyone enjoys the apps!