London Sync Sessions 2017 line-up revealed

London Sync Sessions 2017 line-up revealed

London Sync Sessions 2017 has unveiled its agenda for its schedule of panels from September 14-15.

This year London Sync Sessions is moving from the UK capital to be staged at the Estrella Damm Brewery in Barcelona during the Future Music Forum (September 13-15). Launched in 2015, London Sync Sessions was held at Metropolis Studios last year.

Event organiser, David Fish, said: "Now in our third year, we've become a go-to event on the sync and publishing calendar. This year's event has the added bonus of being part of the Future Music Forum and features our strongest line-up yet."

London Sync Sessions provides an opportunity to take part in discussions with CEOs, publishers, labels, film and TV producers, music supervisors and composers about the role of synchronisation in the music industry.

Headline sponsors Coversion will be launching their new sync-focused covers catalogue at LSS this year. Music Week is a media partner for London Sync Sessions 2017. 

Highlights of this year’s event are listed below. Full panel descriptions and all event details can be found here.

Supervisors are killing real songwriting – Fake News
Panel: 
Abi Leland, managing director, Leland Music
Ian Cooke, music supervisor, Amy, Luther, Call The Midwife
Sarah Bridge, music supervisor, The Theory Of Everything, Absolutely Fabulous
Duncan Smith, senior music supervisor, Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe
Rupert Hollier, creative director of music supervision, Metropolis Creative

Supervision in advertising. The pros & cons of independence and in-house
Panel:
Jesper Gadeberg, music supervisor, Music Stylist
Tomas Jonsgarden, director, Reset Content
Roy Lidstone-Jackson, CEO, A&G Sync
Further panelists TBC

SheSaidSo presents, Tastemaking and curating: Is TV the new radio
Panel:
Ian Cooke, Music Supervisor, Amy, Luther, Call The Midwife
Jamz Supernova, DJ/Presenter, Radio 1xtra
Ian Neil, director music for film, TV, advertising and computer games, Sony Music Entertainment
Zoe Hewlett, head of music licensing, British Sky Broadcasting
Harriet Moss, global creative manager, Manners McDade

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