Sony Music Entertainment is a global recorded music company with a roster of current artists that includes a broad array of both local artists and international superstars, as well as a vast catalog that comprises some of the most important recordings in history. Sony Music Entertainment is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America.
Pitch RCA frontline repertoire to advertising agencies, film & TV studios, video game companies, trailer houses and music supervisors. Develop relationships with contacts in order to secure deals. Create ideas and successfully turn those ideas into exposure for our artists and income for the company.
Pitching ideas to those contacts that are realistic and creative.
Organize events to highlight the talent of our artists such as showcases, dinners, meeting and luncheons
Negotiate and quote on master use requests across all medias by gauging the value of the artist/song in the current landscape as well as the label’s desire to promote that artist/song; Close six figure deals
Draft license agreements on a case-by-case basis particularly for agreements that include non-traditional licensing terms such as ownership of the master, royalty provisions, special holdback periods, etc.; Research recording agreements and have thorough understanding of the legal terms affecting the job’s function
5-7 years in the entertainment business (Film, TV, Advertising, Video Games, and/or Music) - 3 years of which are required to be in a music licensing capacity
In-depth understanding of Music Licensing – knowing the difference between masters and publishing rights, understanding samples and side artists and the effect they have on our ability to license, importance of keeping detailed records on music sent to contacts and terms of previous deals, maintaining positive relationships with all contacts while simultaneously getting the best deal terms possible.
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