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Saturday, April 15 • 9:30am - 10:45am
Music Placement in the New Golden Age of Television

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This is a fantastic time for TV lovers. Broadcast television is at a creative peak, and streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu are opening up new opportunities for music creators and showrunners alike. Our panel of industry pros will offer their unique perspectives on the role that music is playing in TV’s creative upswing. They’ll explain how they work together to fulfill a showrunner’s musical vision, and narrate the journey of a song, from its creation to its ultimate home on the small screen.

Moderators
avatar for Rachel Perkins

Rachel Perkins

Associate Director, Film & TV, ASCAP

Panelists
avatar for Nora Felder

Nora Felder

CEO and Music Supervisor, Picture Music Company, Inc.
Nora Felder’s tenure in music began \booking artist showcases/events at a New York City downtown club with artists ranging from the Cure to INXS. Later working as VP of production for legendary music producer, Phil Ramone, Nora worked on recording projects for artists ranging from... Read More →
avatar for Jen Malone

Jen Malone

Music Supervisor, black & white
Jen started in publicity at Formula PR working for Nine Inch Nails, Portishead, Chemical Brothers, Prodigy and many more. After forming the boutique publicity agency, Black & White, she represented several artists and labels including The Hellacopters, The Hives, Backyard Babies... Read More →
avatar for Tony Scudellari

Tony Scudellari

SVP Television Music, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Tony Scudellari has made a career of combining his passion for music and visual media. In 1993, he joined Columbia TriStar Television working in the television music department, providing music support for the studio’s television programming. He worked on such shows as Mad About... Read More →


Saturday April 15, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Dolby Ballroom 1-2-3 5th Floor

Attendees (174)