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Resources, plans, and strategies for finding work in the film and television music industry
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  1. questionHow do I find available film and television projects to approach?
    If you're a beginning songwriter or composer, graduate student films and low budget indie films may be the best opportunities for entry into the business. Check out local entertainment newspapers (in Los Angeles, check out the Dramalogue/Back Stage West) for information on these types of films. ...

  2. questionHow do I implement my marketing plan and find work from it?
    A marketing plan (see "Marketing Plan" section of this knowledgebase) correctly implemented can be the key to a successful career in the industry. Professionals at all levels of the industry, in a wide variety of different jobs within the industry use marketing plans to keep building new relatio ...

  3. questionWhat are some first steps towards finding work in the business?
    1. Make a list of who you know in the film and television business,and who they know - this is your "network tree" of people who are potential sources of information and contact in the industry.2. Put together a "general demo" - that is, a demo CD that reflects your best work in a variety of sty ...


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