A panel of professionals from various yet critical worlds listen and respond to your media pitch. A different mix of panelists every day, including figures from record label A&R, publishing, radio, music supervision and entertainment law, will offer candid feedback and who knows what else?
The room begins to shake. It starts as a low vibration and builds. Something big is coming as the floor emits quiet anticipation. In the midst of the crowd sits a strange sort of silence. And then an ear-shattering, slightly defiant yell fills the void, KIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID CAPRIIIII! It rattles the walls. Kid’s voice enters the space before he does and all at once, the audience knows what it’s in for. "I am unlike rap acts that just walk from one side of the stage to the other in concert... Read More →
Jim Dunbar is an award winning New York based music supervisor and record producer. He has worked on over 50 feature films. Credits include Boardwalk Empire, Revolutionary Road, I'm Not There, Zodiac, The Aviator, Boys Don't Cry. Prior to his film career Jim was on the A&R staff at Capitol, Columbia and Geffen Records.
Jake Gold is one of Canada’s most successful artist managers and has been an active force in the Canadian music industry for over 30 years. In 1986, Gold started his own artist management company The Management Trust Ltd. and shortly after began transforming The Tragically Hip into national stardom. He is also the Executive Vice President of Entertainment Business Affairs. | | Gold currently manages the careers of Adam Cohen, Sass Jordan and Crash Karma, as well as music producers Doc... Read More →
Bob is a partner in Riptide Music one of Hollywood’s leading music licensing companies providing music to films, television, games, trailers and commercials. Riptide represents the work of 200 plus artists. In his career he served as a Director of A&R at A&M Records and went on to produce 300 plus episodes of The King Biscuit Flower Hour. As a television Producer with over 100 hours of Primetime, his credits include The Grammys, The New Orleans Jazz Festival, The Kennedy Center Mark Twain... Read More →
Erik Philbrook is AVP of Communications & Media for ASCAP and serves as Editor in Chief of Playback, ASCAP's magazine. In addition to creating video and editorial content and overseeing the Society’s various media channels, he has played an important role in the success of the ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO, where he has interviewed on stage many of ASCAP’s leading songwriters and composers, including Tom Petty, John Mayer, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, ELO’s Jeff Lynne, Jimmy Jam... Read More →