MFP just renewed 3 agreements with Fair-Play for the use of our music in the new seasons of 1- VRAK la vie 6 (30 épisodes) http://ow.ly/wlndW 2- Jobs de bras 8 (20 épisodes) http://ow.ly/wlnmq 3- JAM 3 (10 épisodes) http://ow.ly/wlnB3 – One more to go!
MFP vient tout just de renouveler 3 ententes avec Fairplay. 1-
RT @muriel_rosilio “Music for Productions and Reel Songs – 15% Discount on First clearance | ” http://ow.ly/wa3l3
MFP confirme une entente avec Fair-Play pour l’utilisation de notre librarie musicale pour 25 émissions télé de “Ca Vaut Le Cout” / Saison 2 sur la chaine de télé-québec ! http://www.telequebec.tv/emissions/cavautlecout/
MFP just finalized an agreement with Fair-Play for the use of our production music libraries in 25 episodes of the show “Ca Vaut Le Cout” / Season 2 on Télé-Québec! http://ow.ly/vRJ9m
We are at the NAB SHOW in Vegas the 8,9 and 10 of April. To schedule an appointment please email us at infoATmusicforproductions.com
Article mentioning Reel Songs and Jean Anfossi
Music licensing is the best play for artists in the new music digital age
By: James Di Fiore
“Music will never go away, and I will never stop making music; it’s just what capacity and what arena you decide to do it.” Dave Grohl
The Internet gave birth to two undeniable realities. First, everyone believes they’re musicians. Second, lots of people are both super talented, and completely unknown.
For years, the music industry was the digital pilot project whose online evolution taught other digitally-based industries what should and should not be done when ushering in new business strategies. David Grohl’s words ring true for musicians at every stage of their career, and the ever-changing online promotional and distribution methods for musicians to scratch out a dollar.
By now, if a career musician has not adjusted their approach on the business side to reflect modern technology and different distribution ideas, they…
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