Manifest Media Music Library

Posted by:  Manifest Media


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This listing is for a “Library Placement.” If you are selected, this promoter will add you to their library of music to shop to clients who need music, but this does not guarantee placement.

Manifest Media has aired more than 15,000 tracks in over 300 TV shows on 30 different channels including America's Next Top Model (CW), Making The Band, The Real World, Road Rules, Pimp My Ride (MTV), The White Rapper Show, The Agency (VH1), Wimbledon, The US Open, and Stars On Ice (NBC) to name a few.

Manifest Media is currently accepting submissions of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL music to expand their library and put some money in the pockets of indie musicians in the process. Their last gig listing resulted in over 50 Sonicbids members getting their music licensed to the following TV shows: Run’s House, Cribs, The Hills, Making The Band, The Real World, Road Rules, Life Of Ryan (MTV), Keeping Up With The Kardashians (E!), Old Skool (VH1), and Bad Girls Club (Oxygen).

Manifest Media licenses artists’ music on a non-exclusive basis so that musicians can continue to collaborate with anyone else and still own their songs and all copyrights. Manifest Media simply gains the right to license their music to TV and film production companies, ad agencies, and website developers. When an artist’s song is placed in a TV show, film or ad, and it airs, the money is split evenly between the artist and the company 50/50. If an artist’s music is chosen for licensing, they are not charged for Manifest Media’s services, so they have nothing to lose by submitting and everything to gain. The potential for profit is substantial. In fact, the leading composer for Manifest Media made $20,000 in public performance royalties last year alone. When up front license fees are factored in, the income potential is considerable.

All genres are accepted. Vocal and Instrumental music.

Manifest keeps publisher's share, artist keeps writer's share of public performance royalties.