White Knight Music Group: CW Licensing Opportunity

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Summary

White Knight Music Group, Inc. (Publishing – BMI) and Papillon Entertainment Group, Inc. are seeking music for the CW.

This time around, they are seeking Rock, Hard Rock, Pop, Hip-Hop, Country and Industrial tracks for selected scenes in 2012 shows and pilots. Music should be for love songs, moody feels, eerie scenes, high energy, suspense and feel good vibes./n/nWhite Knight Music Group, Inc. (Publishing – BMI) and Papillon Entertainment Group, Inc. are selecting replacement music for music editors at the CW for 2012 shows and pilots.



Specifically, they are accepting Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Pop, Hip-Hop, Country and Industrial tracks for selected scenes. Music should be for love songs, moody feels, eerie scenes, high energy, suspense and feel good vibes.



It is important that submissions meet the following criteria. Submissions not meeting the below will not be considered:


  • Be well-produced, professional, and ready for inclusion if selected for prime time television

  • Bands must have a high-quality vocal and instrumental matching tracks available in WAV format upon request if necessary.

  • Be a full cleared

  • Artists must own all copyrights- please no samples or covers. They will not be accepted.



Every submission will be reviewed, and the promoter makes an effort to give a personal reply to each. Even if not selected for this specific opportunity, bands submitted may be considered for other licensing opportunities in the future, they keep a library on tap for music supervisors and editors worldwide. There are a total of 2 slots available, and White Knight can guarantee that any tracks meeting their standards and delivered to the television producers and will be included in the final library for download. Your PRO will collect royalties for usage, you will be paid when aired or upon negotiated upfront fees when applicable.




  • Appropriate agreement will be put in place with the TV entities.

  • Remember, only professional-sounding tracks ready for Television will be considered. Do not submit demos or anything not meeting the criteria laid out above.



Artists, once selected and forwarded will need to be able to provide WAV files and matching instrumentals.