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Music Licensing Opportunity Listings

We post any and all Music Licensing Opportunities we find in our Discord channel. Join our Discord here (https://discord.gg/FDT6yy8)

Some opportunities are free to the public while others, depending on the source, will have a listing fees.

If you would like ManChuk Media’s Publishing Division to broker or administer your submissions we would be happy to pitch your music on your behalf using our simple Music Licensing Pitch Administration Agreement; just contact us for information.

Another option you may consider is to sign up for our monthly subscription service where we pitch your music on your behalf without the need for a partnership agreement. Contact us for additional details.

Join The Discussion

We’re currently building our discord channel to help guide aspiring and indie musicians through the wacky maze of music publishing and licensing.

The channel is just getting started so we’re asking for those interested (artists & professionals) to sign up and help begin the discussion at https://discord.gg/FDT6yy8

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A Guide to the Business of Trailer Music with Position Music’s Emily Weber

By: SynchTank
Published on Oct 11, 2018

Want to learn more about the business of trailer music? Check out this recording from a recent webinar we hosted with Emily Weber, Position Music’s VP of Creative Licensing – Trailers | Promos | International.

We take a deep dive into the types of trailers out there, best practices for finding and pitching for trailer sync opportunities, emerging trailer music trends, and much more.


By: SyncSongwriter.com
October 7, 2018

Here is another inside scoop straight from the top.

There is a lot of stuff online talking about how to get your music into TV & film. I’d rather get my advice from the people who actually do it or have had proven success doing it.

Music supervisor, Valerie Biggin, appeared on a recent song pitch for our class in our course “The Art Of The Song Pitch”.

The cool thing about our song pitches is our students actually get to meet the supervisors LIVE online.

Doing this instantly kickstarts those first few critical relationships at the top of the licensing industry. It makes the inaccessible gatekeepers suddenly ACCESSIBLE.

I thought I would share a short clip of this interview with you right here. It will help you keep moving in the right direction to start syncing your songs.

Top 10 Songs of September 24th, 2018 – YANGAROO Music Chart Week 37

Contact us to learn how you can submit your music to top music broadcasters

This week’s vid has the top music releases reviewed/accepted by music broadcasters from September 17th to 23rd.

Top Downloads:
1. bülow “Two Punks In Love” (Wax/Universal)
2. Mumford & Sons “Guiding Light” (Glassnote)
3. Dyonoro & Gigi D’Agostino “In My Mind” (Sony)
4. Avril Lavigne “Head Above Water” (BMG/DMD Promo)
5. Meghan Patrick “Walls Come Down” (Warner)
6. Aaron Goodvin “You Are” (Warner)
7. Digital Farm Animals X Shaun Frank X Dragonette “Tokyo Nights” (Sony)
8. Jocelyn Alice “Still Wondering” (RED/Sony)
9. lovelytheband “Broken” (RED/Sony)
10. Norah Jones “A Song With No Name” (Capitol/Universal)
Top Downloads are the most downloaded Singles during the given period.

Most Active Indies:
1. Mumford & Sons “Guiding Light” (Glassnote)
2. Avril Lavigne “Head Above Water” (BMG/DMD Promo)
3. Nikki Yanofsky “Big Mouth” (eOne)
4. Jason Benoit f. Leah Daniels “Slow Hand” (Vicktory/RPMpromo)
5. Rick Knowles “My Seat” (Indie/Catchin’ Waves Promo)
6. Dean Young “Dirty” (Indie)
7. Hudson Taylor “Feel It Again” (Rubyworks)
8. Tyga f. Offset “Taste” (Last Kings/QC-Empire/DMD Promo)
9. Doc Yates “Home To The Country” (Indie/Catchin’ Waves Promo)
10. Sophie Fay “Glitter Heart” (Indie)
Most Active Indies are the most streamed and downloaded Singles during the given period on releases not directly promoted to radio by any of the ‘major’ record companies.


Published on May 18, 2017

Music supervisor, Amanda Krieg Thomas (The Americans, American Horror Story, Scream Queens, etc) explains what the music licensing industry is looking for when dealing with songwriters. Fantastic advice so you keep getting your music placed and avoid being blacklisted by making one of these mistakes.

This is a short clip of my interview with music supervisor, Amanda Krieg Thomas (The Americans, American Horror Story, Scream Queens, etc). It was part of our webinar course on licensing music (The Art of the Song Pitch), and Amanda explains what the licensing industry is looking for when dealing with you as a songwriter. Fantastic advice so you can keep getting your music placed and avoid being blacklisted by making one of these mistakes.

And here is the best resource for how to find the folks you want to pitch your music to. Don’t forget to make sure you have targeted and vetted your songs first which I’ve covered in previous videos.. Find out more about the Film & Television Music Guide here: http://www.musicregistry.com

Feel free to add a comment or question below or click the SHARE button if you know someone this can help on social media.

Enter to Win a Chance to Pitch Your Music Live to a Panel of Top Music Supervisors in This Week’s Friday Freebie!

Every week Music Connection partners up with one of our many advertisers and gives away a music related product to one of our email subscribers. The prize could be anything from a new guitar, voice lessons, recording time, production software, etc. The winner’s email is chosen at random every Friday by one of our staff members. Winners are announced every Friday after 1pm and then notified by email and/or phone.

Enter to Win a Chance to Pitch Your Music Live to a Panel of Top Music Supervisors in This Week’s Friday Freebie!

Music Connection’s next Friday Freebie giveaway prize is one coveted spot in Sync Songwriter’s flagship music licensing course “The Art Of The Song Pitch”. Not only will you become a pro in how to license your music to TV & film and receive regular sync opportunities, you will get to put your music directly into the hands of the industry folks who can make it happen for you. For a chance to win, ENTER NOW! This drawing happens next FRIDAY, September 21st.

About Sync Songwriter

Sync Songwriter teaches songwriters and composers how to license their music to TV & film. They offer an in-depth course called The Art Of The Song Pitch giving students the opportunity to meet and pitch their music to some of the top music supervisors in the industry. In just under the two years that Sync Songwriter has been around, they have members who have synced their music to the major TV networks, scored big budget films, and even movie trailers.

Retail Value: $1,000

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