Licensing Your Music In TV And Films

Are you making money licensing your music in TV and films?  If not you’re missing out on a potentially huge revenue stream.  As record and download sales continue to decline it’s critical that musicians learn how to tap into other revenue streams to monetize their music.  Music Licensing is a billion dollar a year business.  There’s lots of money being generated through licensing music in TV shows, films, video games, advertisements, websites, YouTube and much more.

Aaron Davison from How To License Your Music.com is launching his biggest and most extensive training program yet, called “The 180 Day Music Licensing Challenge“.  It’s a six month long training program with one on one coaching, daily licensing leads, in depth training, monthly conference calls and much more!

The 180 Day Music Licensing Challenge is starting on Monday, January 5th and there are just 50 spots available.  Aaron has a long list of placements he’s secured for himself and his clients.  Visit “The 180 Day Music Licensing Challenge” to learn more.

Watch this video “How To License A Song From Start To Finish” where you will be able to walk through the steps involved in licensing a song, using a songs recently signed to a licensing deal for as an example.

Video Link How to License a song for start to finish

Video 2 How I got my second song on tv

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