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Music Licensing Agreement for Use in a Film/Video: Template Kit Contract template for use by musician or filmmaker
The info and agreement template in this Licensing Kit are aimed at helping filmmakers and musicians execute an agreement for a song to be included in a film or video.
This kit provides a basic merchandise license agreement as well as explanatory background and instructions for filling out the template.
Having your hours, invoices and related info organized and easily accessible prevents you from being a hot mess with important money-related recordkeeping.
Below you’ll find two sample copyright assignments: 1) a basic all-purpose assignment; and 2) an assignment specifically for musicians playing on recordings.
Welcome to the inaugural Coffee + Creatives Job Listings! We are pleased to bring you the latest in gigs, jobs, and funding for creatives around the world. Jobs and funding opportunities included in our listings tend to be flexible and/or remote, though we will include some from our home state of New Mexico.
The very best prospects for your nonprofit’s board will be people who share a passion for, and commitment to, the nonprofit’s mission. No matter what name recognition or professional credentials particular people may have to offer, they will not be assets to your nonprofit’s board unless they care a lot about what you do.
Stop avoiding your numbers. There's nothing to be afraid of and everything to gain.
Most people intuitively recognize that there are some real differences between being a freelancer and running a larger business operation.
How do you get your music into the hands of music supervisors, those gatekeepers who decide whose music is heard during an episode of "Justified"?
The more that you are actively working in your field — whether that means writing for magazines, playing music at clubs, hosting gallery events or building furniture for a hotel — the more you’ll find yourself needing to execute contracts with other businesses and people.
When you're making money -- even just scraps -- from your creative work not as an employee of some other company, guess what: You're running a business.
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