US music supervisor PJ Bloom (Glee, CSI:Miami) has warned that the days of labels and publishers scoring big lump sum payments from sync placements may be coming to an end.
Speaking to AIM members at the association’s Sync Licensing event in London, Bloom said that with the trend for decreasing sync fees, he was “shocked” that TV studios were still paying labels for tracks, rather than the other way around.
UPDATE: Bloom clarified that he personally didn't "think any of ...
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