If your song is selected, you will receive a Broadjam mail message from the Provider.
Music Licensing Providers on Broadjam are typically looking for music from many different sources. While Broadjam guarantees that the provider will listen to your music when you submit it, obviously we cannot guarantee that the provider will place or license a Broadjam artist's music for each Opportunity.
An important and valuable part of the business is to get un-biased feedback and criticism of your work. This is why Broadjam also offers a Pro Reviews
service, where you can submit your songs to music industry pros and receive a full critique. You can even ask the reviewer specific questions about your music.
Broadjam is similar to the post office - you pay us to administer and deliver your materials to a destination.
No, but occasionally a provider may ask us for assistance in the screening process. This is rare, but the option is available if a client requests it.
Yes - you'll be able to track when the provider logs in to review songs in your "My Licensing Submissions" page. If your song is not listened to by the provider, you will receive a credit on your account.
Film and TV music supervisors, ad agencies, publishers, song-pluggers, video game companies, producers - anyone who is looking to license music for a project may use Broadjam as a resource. Broadjam members have placed songs with the following companies: Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures, MTV, FOX, VH1, Oxygen, Disney Channel, E! Network, NASCAR, ESPN X Games, ESPN, SPEED Network, Big Ten Network, Versus TV, NHL, NBA, MLB, D4 Creative Group, Rex Benson Music Group, HD Music Now, Songs to your eyes, Discover Mediaworks, John Roach Projects, Inc., Tinderbox Music, House-Autry, Kwik Trip and Dance Dance Revolution (Konami).