Join them for a half-day training seminar on MUSIC SYNCHRONIZATION FOR FILM, TV & ADVERTISING with industry expert Leah Streetman on Saturday, Oct. 6, at Trident Technical College’s North Charleston Campus. (7000 Rivers Ave., North Charleston, SC. Click here for map.)
In this interactive workshop, Leah will explore how music synchronization works in the production industry, including supervising, licensing, pitching, creative selection, and more. The seminar is geared toward emerging supervisors, filmmakers, agencies, content creators, editors, and especially South Carolina musicians of all stripes, who want to know how they can get involved in this aspect of the production industry.
The seminar is free and open to the public, and will take place from 11am to 4:30pm. A simple registration is required. Click here to register: MORE INFO & HOW TO REGISTER
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About Leah Streetman
Leah Streetman is a creative sync music & licensing expert for Film, TV, and Advertising, currently consulting for MGM’s premium channel, EPIX Network. She has overseen creative music placement for Universal Music Group’s Republic and Motown Records, working with artists like Florence + The Machine, Lorde, Pearl Jam, The Weekend, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Ariana Grande, Avett Brothers, The Band Perry, James Bay, Of Monsters & Men, The Rolling Stones, Prince, and Amy Winehouse.
She has secured creative music placements with partners like HBO, Showtime, NBC, ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, MTV, Warner Bros, Paramount, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, EA Sports, Ubisoft, ESPN, MLB, Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, Victoria’s Secret, Nike, Microsoft, Apple, and Sundance Film Festival.
As part of its training and professional development efforts, the South Carolina Film Commission presents a series of production seminars each year. All workshops are provided to South Carolina residents at no charge and on a regular basis by action of the S.C. Motion Picture Incentive Act, passed by the state legislature in 2004.