Do NOT miss Harvardwood's first-ever event about all things related to music licensing/supervision for film and television. You'll get a holistic and in-depth picture of how it works with Justin Kamps, a music supervisor at Chop Shop (Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder, Lucifer), and Megan Goldstein, who handles synch licensing at BMG. Whether you're a TV creator or filmmaker, a musician, or a music or studio executive, there's something for you to learn in this webinar!
Please RSVP (links below) by 12pm Pacific Time on the day of the event, Wednesday, April 29th.
Megan Goldstein AB '05
Megan Goldstein, now VP of Synch Licensing, has been at BMG for almost seven years working with a wide variety of clients including Universal Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO, Showtime, CBS, Sony Pictures TV, a wide variety of music supervisors, and many others. Prior to her time at BMG she worked in synch at Warner Music Group for six years on the label side. Megan, a double concentrator in Music and Anthropology, followed up her undergraduate education with a Master's Degree from the film school at USC.
Justin Kamps has been with Chop Shop since 2009 where he’s worked on various shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Council of Dads, Supernatural, and How To Get Away With Murder, among many others. He is currently working as the music supervisor on Lucifer, and the upcoming 2nd season of sci-fi show Another Life for Netflix. Prior to moving to Los Angeles he spent many years toying around with mixtapes and music supervising his own home projects while studying music at Carroll College in Wisconsin, after which he received a Masters in Arts Management/Music Business from Columbia College Chicago.
Register for this event at the link below. Harvardwood members, friends, and non-members are ALL welcome, but every attendee must register for themselves individually. So if you're inviting others to join you for this panel, please forward them the link to this page so they can sign themselves up. Thank you!
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