Music Placement Opportunities on NBC, ESPN, USA Network, Summer Olympic Games, more!

by Mariana on July 9, 2012

Do you want to get you music placed on major television shows?

Some of the most influential music supervisors in the world have been listening to music from ReverbNation artists, and they love what they’re hearing. Musicians in all kinds of genres and from all corners of the world have had the chance to hear their music on TV shows, like “So You Think You Can Dance,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” Saturday Night Live,” and others! Did you miss out on those opportunities? Don’t worry, here are four more chances for you and your band to get your music placed on TV!

  • UPDATE: SUBMISSION PERIOD HAS ENDED. White Knight Music Group, Inc. (Publishing – BMI) and Pulse Records are seeking independent music for producers at NBC and CTV (Canada), two power house media giants and home of the official 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, airing on July 27th. All artists must be SOCAN or AVLA affiliated in Canadian Territories to earn royalties. US applicants music have PRO affiliation for NBC coverage. The track must be high energy and appropriate for the content that it will be supporting. Submit by July 20th. Click here for more info >>
  • USA Network is looking for cool, hip indie rock bands for background music in bar and restaurant scenes for use in their hit drama. Submit by August 27th. Click here for more info >>
  • Real Music Opportunities (RMO) and ESPN are looking for great new songs to be featured in ESPN 2012 College Sports Programming with exposure to millions of potential fans around the world. Submit by September 1st. Click here for more info >>
  • White Knight Music Group, Inc (BMI) Publishing and Pulse Records are selecting music for Pro Skater, Urban icon Tony Hawk’s high profile urban skate shows as seen on Ride Channel. Hawk is specifically looking for Alternative, Hip-Hop and Indie Rock/Punk genres. Submit by September 20th. Click here for more info >>
Which one are you going to submit to? Let us know in the comments!

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