The New Orleans Business Alliance and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation today announced the third jointly-hosted Sync Up workshop to help local musicians earn more money for their art. This time the event focuses on Hollywood.
“Every day, we see the film trucks and set crews as evidence of the resurgent film and television industry in New Orleans,” said Quentin L. Messer, Jr., president and CEO of the New Orleans Business Alliance. “We want to equip talented local musicians with the tools to protect and profit from their artistry, so they get their scores and music into productions that are filmed here and elsewhere. Royalties are the stepping stones to wealth creation for musicians and ultimately, we want local artists to have multiple revenue streams beyond performance income.”