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5 Things We Learned From ‘One Love Manchester’

June 7th, 2017|

1. It’s Incredible What You Can Achieve In Ten Days
Once Ariana Grande decided to do the ‘One Love Manchester’ concert, she wanted it to be mounted almost immediately. Her manager Scooter Braun is familiar with A-list global management (his other client is Justin Bieber), but this was about creating an event in a few days […]

MEDIA CONFERENCES & FESTIVALS

June 2nd, 2017|

Are they just an expensive jolly? What’s the point?

The M&M Festival in Rome has just dismantled their last stage, kicking off the summer’s serious Festival and Conference season. 700+ delegates, 70+ speakers and a host of media company stars and luminaries congregated in the sumptuous Waldorf Astoria in Rome. ‘Round the coast in Cannes, the […]

5 MARKETING TIPS ON HOW TO LAUNCH THE SEX PISTOLS

June 1st, 2017|

The original London punk eyewitness

Our innovation wizard (and secret weapon) John Ingham had been working with me for two years before his secret was revealed: in 1976 he conducted the Sex Pistols’ first interview and spent the year championing the birth of Punk Rock. He also took a camera with him and photographed what is […]

GETTING TO YES IN MUSIC LICENSING

May 30th, 2017|

Is the purpose of a commercial to sell product or win an award?

When Creative Directors at ad agencies set their hearts on a particular music copyright, it is very hard to shift them from an idea.  Tell them no and they insist that the producer keeps going back until they hear YES.

As a Music Supervisor […]

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO soundlounge!

May 11th, 2017|

It wasn’t until I started receiving ‘congratulations’ messages this week on Linked-in that I remembered it was 37 years ago that we set up soundlounge as the very first music licensing company in Europe.

It’s hard to conceive that back in 1980 nobody had any idea how to license a copyright for a commercial, let alone […]

THAT Pepsi commercial…

April 6th, 2017|

Pepsi are known for their large-scale production, global campaigns featuring high profile celebrities. Their newest commercial is no different, with Pepsi recruiting one of the biggest supermodels of the last couple of years, Kendall Jenner.

Jenner happily shared the clip of her latest feature on Twitter with a simple ‘Out now!’ before heading to bed, with […]

TWO WORDS A MUSIC SUPERVISOR DOES NOT WANT TO HEAR ON A MONDAY MORNING

March 20th, 2017|

‘Soundalike’ and ‘Musicologist’. Two words that, as a Music Supervisor, generally fill me with dread. This is especially disconcerting on a Monday morning, when everyone from an advertising agency has been busy in the recording studio over the weekend. And when these two words are used in the same sentence, my heart drops.

‘Soundalike’ and ‘Musicologist’ […]

HOW FAKE NEWS IS AFFECTING THE CREDIBILITY OF ADVERTISING

February 14th, 2017|

“If it’s trending on Twitter then it must be true…”

Sorry to have tell you Kellyanne, but ‘fake news’ has been around for hundreds of years. Then, somebody in a village, (possibly also with too much time on their hands) made up a story about a lord or a group of people or an individual, who […]

Music Licensing – 7 Alternative Facts!

February 7th, 2017|

If We Hear It Enough Times It Must Be True

In this age of The White House ‘post truths and alternative facts’ it feels like permission to exaggerate, or simply looking at things in another way is becoming the norm. As Music Supervisors we hear so many ‘alternative facts’ about music licensing that we couldn’t resist […]

SOUND BRANDING – THE SOUND OF CHANGE

January 26th, 2017|

In the 70’s Stephen King, Head of Global Planning at JWT, went about radically changing the way Agencies thought about developing an idea. Faced with new platforms and opportunities he appreciated that if brands were to differentiate themselves across all executions it would demand a deeper understanding of the meaning of a brand, how it […]