Musicians: Increase Your Music’s Exposure For Film, TV, and Gaming Licensing

This sounds promising:
Music BC has launched a new online library where BC musicians’ songs will be available for license in film, tv, and games.

From Music BC’s press release:
For Music BC Members

Get your songs placed in film, television and video games!

The Music BC Library has been launched in order to help BC artists get their songs placed in film, television and video games.

Current members may upload up to 10 songs to the library, which has been carefully tailored to be attractive and useful to music supervisors who are constantly looking for new music to source. The service is set up for artists who control both their songs and their sound recordings – making it a one stop shop for music supervisors from around the world to find incredible music. Music BC is able to clear any use in order that editors and directors can move quickly with the use of desired musical cues.

Music BC charges a small administration fee if a song is placed and will never take any interest in public performance revenues.

You must be a current paid member for your songs to be approved!
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