A Music Publisher works with artists to get their songs used commercially. You’ll liaise with other industry professionals to promote your clients’ material and negotiate contracts on their behalf. Music Publishers represent songwriters and performers to secure recording deals and get their music played in films, television and advertisements. You might work with artists who are just starting in the music industry or have clients with a lot of experience.
Music Publishers need to have excellent people skills and be able to communicate with everyone from record industry professionals to singers and songwriters. You’ll have a lot of clients on your books so you’ll need to be a good at managing several tasks at once. Music Publishers need to be up to date with what’s happening in the music industry and have strong negotiation skills.
There are 2 courses available for people who want to become a Music Publisher.