So the challenge last time was to contact someone at BMI to find out what they have in regards to a Film and TV department and what that department can do for me in helping get my music on tv shows and into films.  Update:  I sent an email early yesterday morning to the one and only contact I have at BMI and am waiting for a response. We'll see if they're blowing me off.  All right, one item checked off

Another challenge was to draft an email that I can send to Music Supervisors, asking them to add me to their email list when searching for music for their projects.  Update: I have an email drafted.  Now comes the hard part (for me anyway): sending the emails out.  I think it's a pretty good email, but I don't know for sure, you know?  Is it professional enough and will it do what it's intended to do?  What I plan on doing is sending the emails, then following up with phone calls a few days or a week later.

The last challenge was to research local ad agencies about using my music in their projects.  I procrastinated on this, but I did a quick Google search this morning on agencies in my own town only.  I came up with four and put their contact information in a spreadsheet.  I think that's a good amount to start with and perhaps get some feedback from them.  To be honest, I don't know if this will bear any fruit or not, but it's something I thought of for Making Money with your Music so I'll let you know if it's worthwhile.
5/25/2017 10:34:20 pm

This is just a proof that finding money and getting a spotlight in music industry takes a lot of effort. I am glad to know that you are working hard for the dream you wanted to achieve ever since. It has been three consecutive days of working, but still you're fighting! The road isn't going to be smooth, but you'll see that at the end of it, it's going to be worth it!


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