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Seeking Music for 20th Century Fox - $10K + Royalties

We are looking for music for major motion pictures from Twentieth Century Fox. We will be presenting an arsenal of both soundtrack and pop/rock/urban music for use in upcoming films. Selected songs will receive no less than $10,000 plus royalties for film licensing through Fox. Songs must be either pre-cleared or nonexclusive. Soundtrack music should capture specific moods and emotions. All music with vocals must have the instrumental mixes available. We will offer exclusive sub-publishing contracts to selected artists. High-quality submissions only. Thanks!

If selected your track will be pitched for final consideration

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Bob Jamieson

Entrepreneur, former President of RCA Records, Chairman of BMGNorth America.

Bob Jamieson is a thirty-year veteran of the music industry, and has held executive-level positions with Sony,CBS, and BMG, most recently as Chairman of theRCAMusic Group forBMG. Jamieson has made himself a reputation as a turnaround artist, most notably rescuingRCA(the oldest label in the United States) from a twenty-year slump in the late 1990s and turning it once again into a competitive player.

Ken Hatley

Ken is the Founder and President of Ken Hatley Associates, located in Orlando, Florida and has a resume like few others, even for the entertainment business. He is very well respected for Strategic Business Development in the arena of Licensing and Distribution internationally. Ken currently is the Music Supervisor and content developer for The Biography Channel and A&E Channel with Lou Reda Productions on televised Biographies of Eric Clapton, Neil Young, The Who, Led Zeppelin and Bob Marley. He's also Senior Vice President New Millennium Multi Media, Music and branding license for American Idol and Nashville Star.

Hal Vogel

Harold L. (Hal) Vogel is the author of Entertainment Industry Economics: A Guide for Financial Analysis (Seventh Edition) and of the companion volume, Travel Industry Economics: A Guide for Financial Analysis, both published by Cambridge University Press in 2001. He was ranked as top entertainment industry analyst for a record ten years by Institutional Investor magazine and was the senior entertainment industry analyst at Merrill Lynch for seventeen years. A chartered financial analyst (C.F.A.), Mr. Vogel served on the New York State Governor’s Motion Picture and Television Advisory Board and as an adjunct professor of media economics at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business. He is currently a venture capitalist and fund manager specializing in early stage investments in media and entertainment and aviation and is based in New York.