Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter are joining forces for their 13th annual Film & TV Music Conference. The cutting-edge, two-day seminar will focus on the role of music in film and television.
Aside from keynote speeches, case studies, panels and networking opportunities, the two-day event offers one-on-one sessions with publishers, song representatives and experts from throughout the film, TV and music industries.
"Dedicated to all facets of music and its uses in television, film, advertising and the Internet, the Film and TV Music Conference brings together recording artists, composers, executives from all branches of entertainment, music supervisors, publishers, filmmakers, managers and others to discuss the ever-changing entertainment landscape and the opportunities for content creators and copyright holders," Billboard said of the conference.
Mark Mothersbaugh, the co-founder of Devo, will speak this year alongside director-writer-producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
Mothersbaugh has composed music for five films in five years by Lord and Miller:The Lego Movie, 21 Jump Street, 22 Jump Street and the two editions of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.
In the past, speakers for the conference have included Howard Shore, Phil Gallo, Shirley Halperin and many others.
As previously reported by Billboard, this year's edition of the conference is moving to a larger space, the Globe Theatre at Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City, California, after two sold-out years at the W Hotel in Hollywood.
The conference will be held will be held Nov. 5 and 6. Those interested in shopping their music around most certainly don't want to miss this event.
"This Conference offers attendees the unique opportunity to learn from, network and expose their music directly to the best music supervisors, composers, directors, music editors, songwriters and producers in the business," Billboard's events site reads.
Get more information on the conference and find our how to register here.