Putting Music to Work in IP Exploitation

3 December

Creative Clyde have joined forces with the Scottish Music Industry Association and Zulu to bring you an exploration of how to best use music IP through TV, film, advertising and games.

A panel event, our speakers will discuss how the market operates and help attendees gain a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges there are in dealing with music IP and how music can add value and positively affect consumer engagement.

Host Dougal Perman will be joined by Kenny Inglis, Jim Wolff and Amanda Mitchell.

  • Kenny Inglis is a composer and music producer with tracks licensed big US dramas such as CSI. He has recently composed soundtracks for BBC documentaries including Scottish BAFTA award winning The Bridge: Fifty Years Across The Forth.
  • Jim Wolff is the Head of Digital at The Leith Agency and has a shrewd understanding of how music adds value to brand campaigns, especially in the online world.
  • Amanda Mitchell was the Music Supervisor for the BBC primetime drama Waterloo Road and will share her knowledge of how music adds value to TV and film productions.

Of course there’ll be plenty of chances to ask questions and network with other attendees.

Hurry! Book your free ticket here.



Glasgow Science Centre, 50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow.


3 December