With holiday shopping now in full swing, music once again is cementing its place amongst the seasonal ad campaigns, from John Lewis’ reworking of a Smiths classic by Slow Moving Millie (pictured) to Coca-Cola’s tie up with Natasha Bedingfield.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the booming sync arena, the FRUKT Talent & Rights team will be out in force at the AIM (The Association of Independent Music) Sync and Licensing Workshop in January, as they open the event with a presentation showcasing their unique expertise in bringing music and brands together.
FRUKT’s presentation precedes a Synchronisation Licensing panel discussion, featuring experts on synchronisation from the worlds of TV, adverts, films and video games.
Speakers already confirmed for the panel discussion include:
Amelia Hartley (Head of Music - Endemol)
Nick Nash (Head of Sync, A&G Sync)
Vicki Williams (Music Supervisor, Vertigo Films)
Kle Savidge (Independent Music Supervisor - film)
Dave Philpot (Sync Inc and independent label Skint Records)
Sergio Pimentel (Music Licensing Director, Nimrod Productions)
Simon Goffe (Brownswood Music) - Chair
The event takes place on the 24th January, visit the AIM website for more details.