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Musicologist

You can do more than teach with an education in musicology. The academic study of the art of music is an immensely useful pursuit that can lead to a career in music publishing, music supervision, and numerous other positions in the entertainment field.

Music Supervisor

Once again, you find yourself staring down at the fax machine, contemplating a paper jam and wondering what the innards of this machine might look like if splayed across the ground with a baseball bat. Invariably, a certain tune pops into your head. Now that “Still” by the Geto Boys will be running through your mind all day, you can thank a music supervisor for that track’s placement in the film Office Space.

Advertising Music Assistant

Entertainment companies such as motion picture studios, television networks, and game development studios often hire third-party advertising agencies to put together ad packages including trailers, websites, and viral video campaigns to promote the release of a new product. Within these agencies, the advertising music assistant supports the larger staff of the music supervision department in administrative tasks.

Warner/Chappell

The music publishing arm of Warner Music Group traces its roots to the formation of Chappell & Company in 1811. Warner/Chappell holds the rights to compositions from Stephen Sondheim, Timbaland, the Gershwins and Eric Clapton, to name a few. The company also administers music and soundtracks for third-party enterprises like Lucasfilms, Ltd., Hallmark Entertainment, and Disney Music Publishing.