Hello and welcome.
True Talent PR is a boutique PR company. With over fourteen years of experience in the music business, True Talent has successfully placed over fifty songs in film and television, with notable highlights including three placements in the hit HBO television show "Sex and the City" as well as the popular Fox television show "The OC."
We've placed our clients in publications ranging from the New York Times, the Hollywood Reporter, Billboard magazine, Music Connection magazine, Yahoo as well as numerous music blogs and industry web sites.
We teach a course titled, "Music Supervision for Film & Television" at UCLA Extension. This was our second year teaching this class.
True Talent PR will get you or your company or band the exposure you need. With deep relationships with thousands of contacts in film, TV, radio, A&R, publishing, music supervision, video games and advertising, our fourteen years of experience will get you the attention you are seeking.
True Talent has been featured in the New York Times, Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, Music Connection and has also been a featured speaker on numerous film and television panels and radio shows.
We have taught the class "Music Supervision for Film & Television" at UCLA Extension for two years.
- Artist Management
- Film/TV Licensing
- Internet Marketing
- Radio Promotion
Music supervisors, film and television executives, as well as
tastemakers in the advertising and video game and trailer businesses all
look to True Talent to provide music for their projects. As such, these
key players are constantly contacting True Talent whenever they are
looking for music.
As a result, True Talent is in a very unique position unlike no other company. Not only do we have the respect of all these key tastemakers, but we've been doing this for over ten years - long before everyone "jumped on the bandwagon" of film/tv licensing and it became the hottest way to break new acts. TV is considered "the new radio" as a single placement will be heard by millions of TV watchers at a time.
Certain television shows offer "ad cards" to feature the album artwork and plug the artist at the end of the show in exchange for a reduced master license. These ad cards are great for awareness and can dramatically increase CD sales, particularly with current chartings artists and singles.