Money For Your Music

Money For Your Music


Anthony Berman, Attorney at Law, Berman Entertainment & Technology Law, P.J. Bloom, Music Supervisor, Neophonic, and Lisa Klein, Licensing & Placement, Optic Noise address the symbiotic effect of music and movies on both record sales and box office.


Music and movies. Where they meet, there’s money involved.

Producers, Artist Managers and Artist Reps
Record & Music Publishing Executives
Music Attorneys, Concert Industry Professionals
Brand Marketing & Creative Executives
Anyone interested in Music Placement

  • Artist development vehicles for new and developing acts
  • Label and studio economics
  • Cross promotion and merchandising opportunities
  • Talent leveraging
  • Licensing music
  • Fee ranges
  • Rights
  • Who to contact to license a song
  • Who owns what
  • Generating and negotiating a quote and more

This program also addresses the artist manager’s relationship with record companies, including A&R, and radio and retail.

Anthony Berman, Attorney at Law, Berman Entertainment & Technology Law
P.J. Bloom, Music Supervisor, Neophonic
Lisa Klein, Licensing & Placement, Optic Noise

PROGRAM DATE: February 9, 2006

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Founder of Berman Entertainment and Technology Law, a law firm focusing on issues implicated by the intersection of technology and the entertainment industry. His clients include record companies, online content distribution companies, management companies, film and television production companies, presenters of live entertainment, music venues, publishers, multimedia companies, Web site developers, producers, industry executives and independent labels as well as writers, performers and artists.


Bloom has been music supervising, coordinating and consulting for over a decade, creating and producing soundtracks for major studio features, independent films, network and cable television, video games and commercials. His career has paired him with such filmmakers and television producers as Michael Mann, John Frankenheimer, Steven Bochco, Mike Nichols, Frank Spotnitz and Ridley Scott among others. Recent projects include Sony Pictures’ “Running With Scissors” Picturehouse’s “The Notorious Bettie Page” ABC Television’s “Night Stalker” and the critically acclaimed war drama “Over There.”


Lisa Klein runs and owns OPTIC NOISE, a San Francisco-based licensing company representing music masters and compositions of independent and major label artists for film and TV placement. Optic Noise works closely with its musical clients, providing guidance, consultation and representation. Since its inception in 2001, Optic Noise has successfully placed hundreds of tracks in film, TV, video and commercials.

Program music courtesy of The G-Man (Golosio Music Publishing, BMI)


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