On October, 2018, from Noon – 2 PM Pacific/3 PM – 5 PM Eastern, Leah Streetman, EPIX Music Supervisor joins us for what promises to be an amazing Sync Listening Session.
With over 20 years experience in the music industry, Ms. Streetman is a Film/TV creative music & licensing expert and a leading industry executive. Her recently launched Triton Creative Group is a boutique company for music services, specializing in music supervision and licensing for Film, TV, and Advertising. She is currently a freelance music supervisor for Viacom’s EPIX Network.
Prior to Triton, Ms. Streetman was Vice President of Film + TV Creative Music for Universal Music Group’s Republic Records where she oversaw creative music placement in film, tv, advertising, and videogames for artists like: Lorde, The Weeknd, Jessie J, Pearl Jam, Gotye, Florence + The Machine, Drake, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Colbie Caillat, Of Monsters And Men, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Black Sabbath, Prince and Amy Winehouse. She has secured creative music placements with every spectrum of film studio, tv network, video game company and agency.
Some include: HBO’s The Leftovers, Showtime’s Masters Of Sex, NBC’s The Blacklist, Fox’s Glee, ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, HBO’s Girls, CBS’ CSI, CW’s The Vampire Diaries, Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance, EA’s FIFA, Ubisoft’s Just Dance, Warner Bros’ The Great Gatsby, Summit’s The Twilight Series, Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, Microsoft, Apple, Tribeca Film Festival, Sundance Channel and Sundance Film Festival.
Prior to Universal Music Group, she was the Director of Licensing at BZ Rights, where she consulted on all types of advertising/film/tv/broadway projects using music ranging from Beatles, Bon Jovi, and Squeeze to Frank Sinatra, Gene Simmons, Miles Davis, and Bob Dylan. She has been an artist manager and founded an independent music publishing company. Starting her career as a performer (including acting in films with Robert DeNiro and Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as several seasons acting with New York City Opera at Lincoln Center) led her to become a director and producer of live events. As Producer of Music Programs at renowned NYC performing arts center, Symphony Space, she served as head of the music dept and produced blues festivals, rock/jazz/orchestral concerts, as well as their annual 12-hr music marathon that featured over 300 artists and was broadcast live on NPR.
The Sync Music Listening Sessions connect and your music to a top music supervisor who will listen to your music, give you invaluable feedback and connect with you on a personal level.
The Sync Music Listening Sessions are strictly limited to 20 participants, so every single person gets one song of their music listened to, evaluated and shared with the people working on some of the top projects in TV, film, video games, trailers apps, ads, brands and the Internet.
You’ll be able to ask questions, and all playlists from the songs played in the session are archived and shared on the Sync Summit Listening Sessions website.
The cost for taking part in this Listening Session is $150 and includes the session, listing in the Session playlist and access to all session video archives. To register, simply fill out the form below: