Music Synchronization for Film, TV and Advertising with Leah Streetman
Saturday, October 6
Music Supervisor and industry expert Leah Streetman (Universal Music Group’s Republic & Motown Records, MGM’s EPIX Network) lead a workshop on Music Synchronization for Film, TV and Advertising on Saturday, Oct. 6 at Trident Technical College’s North Charleston campus.
Geared toward emerging supervisors, filmmakers, agencies, content creators, editors, and especially South Carolina musicians of all stripes, Leah explored the question “What is Music Synchronization, Music Supervision, and Licensing?” The seminar was interactive and began with an overview of music synchronization, then examined supervising and licensing for film, TV, and commercials, with the business and creative perspectives. She also dived into music selection and placement, with activities related to pitching and the creative process of selection.
The workshop was free and open to the public. To stay up to date on upcoming South Carolina Film Commission workshops, join our email list here.
About Leah Streetman:
Leah Streetman is a creative sync music & licensing expert for Film, TV, and Advertising, currently consulting for MGM’s premium channel, EPIX Network. She has overseen creative music placement for Universal Music Group’s Republic and Motown Records, working with artists like: Florence + The Machine, Lorde, Pearl Jam, The Weekend, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Ariana Grande, Avett Brothers, The Band Perry, James Bay, Of Monsters & Men, The Rolling Stones, Prince, and Amy Winehouse.
She has secured creative music placements with partners like: HBO, Showtime, NBC, ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, MTV, Warner Bros, Paramount, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, EA Sports, Ubisoft, ESPN, MLB, Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, Victoria’s Secret, Nike, Microsoft, Apple, and Sundance Film Festival. She started her career as a live music producer at New York’s renowned performing arts center, Symphony Space. Though currently residing in New York City, she grew up on the coast in Pawley’s Island, SC.