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-- 35 year old musician -- throughout his life.
Had been called a single content today he's the founder of the four year old music licensing company aptly named jingle -- An hour.
Person seems you can see here -- sixty people between New York LA and London offices a startup that's trying to cut through the red tape of the music industry.
Helping musicians find commercial success.
And make money doing it.
Further ten years price -- in the company I was an editor working in the television space.
Worked with a lot of big east coach shows like MTV cribs were -- Chappelle's Show.
And that was a rock star night never quite made it rocks are so -- I certainly was -- my own music in the shows I was cutting.
And after a while I was -- to get checks royalty checks for every time -- music -- the airwaves.
And as soon as I gotta check a year later for work that -- done previously I was like simply good business.
That concept is pretty straightforward.
Anytime -- TV editor needs to find music they can grab the patented single player.
A database that has more than a 100000 tracks.
And it's easy to use you can type in a mood or specific movie or band and a list of results pop up.
In the past if you wanted to music for content you would either have to go to the majors and license a piece of Coldplay music is very expensive.
-- -- music supervisor and they would create this whole process of bending the watchdog for that music.
Or really have.
Taste where you can pick your own stuff we really for lack of better word have simplified the process.
The music that jingle -- -- it seems -- an upside for everybody.
The TV shows -- cost effective innovative music and -- jingle -- artists get exposure and royalties.
Ranging from a few hundred dollars to stand out artists making several thousand dollars.
It's laughable but the way that I got my first hundred bands I look at my tour schedule from five years backwards and hit every band that never got a record deal and has -- the phone and called -- that hey.
What do you do with your band Stevie and I like now and I work in law firm now.
And I likely put it in TV -- and they're like heck yes word spread really quickly and all these people were just hitting us up.
Jingle -- currently supplies about -- TV series with music and has had incredible success with some of their own -- Including the theme song that stat wrote for the history channel's -- stars -- -- my -- -- which is played in more than a 150 countries.
And generates almost 300000 dollars at the start up every year.
I think that.
In a weird -- jingle punks is carved out -- new middle class of musicians.
Where 510 years ago wasn't possible for artists to make a living in -- they were on a major label.
Or really really busy touring band and I think that licensing.
Which also used to be big taboo thing -- for -- -- -- contact.
Isn't as big video as it used to be served years in Jack White -- you're seeing Bob Dylan do it and it's just a really.
Reflective of the times the way that that we sort of built this business up.
Reporting in New York Christina -- Fox Business.
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