Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) has launched the Warner Bros. Discovery Access Music Supervisor Program which will provide creative voices from historically underrepresented communities with training, access and experience in tv and film music supervision.
Those who complete the program will have an opportunity to shadow a WBD music supervisor on a show or feature, through a partnership with HBO, HBO Max, WBTV and Warner Bros. Pictures.
“We are proud to launch this first-of-its-kind program that will give opportunity to new underrepresented creative voices in music supervision,” said Karen Horne, SVP, Equity and Inclusion, Warner Bros. Discovery. “With the support of our accomplished group of advisors, the participants will gain hands-on training and an experience that will assist in their future career goals.”
The curriculum comprises topics on production, IP management, publishing, soundtracks, deal negotiation in addition to music masters, record labels, research, clearance and licensing, and the Masterclasses will be given by a diverse group of leading industry experts.
Submissions will open on June 21 and close on July 24, and participants will be selected and notified in early September.
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