Film and TV Sync Mentoring

with Washington Street Publishing

Are you looking for ways to be discovered as an artist/writer?
Want to hear your songs on your favorite TV show, film, or in a movie trailer?


Film and TV has become an artist discovery tool with Music Supervisors often acting in the role of A&R much like a major record label A&R representative. In addition, most song publishing companies have separate film/TV departments working to capture every bit of an income that can be derived from a song.

At Global Songwriters Connection, we have been encouraging our members to write for film/TV since we started GSC in 2013. For those of you who have attended our exclusive FOCUS Retreats for advanced writers, you have been given an edge by attending private film/TV workshops. Now, every GSC member can take advantage of learning how to write for the sync market through personalized one-on-one mentoring sessions. From film/TV, advertising placements, movie trailers, video games, and corporate training videos, there are endless possibilities for your songs!

We are excited to welcome the talents, experience, and expertise of Nancy Peacock and Queenie Mullinix of Washington Street Publishing to the GSC Mentoring Team. Nancy and Queenie have consistently signed and placed many GSC members songs in various film/TV productions, as well as in movie trailers.

Washington Street Publishing is one of the first independent publishers in Nashville to move into sync licensing. Known as a trusted source for curating cutting-edge indie music, the company has built a diverse catalog that spans multiple genres. As a trusted ‘sync agent’, WSP works closely with music supervisors in the US, Canada, and abroad and has successfully placed songs and instrumental cues in a variety of TV shows, trailers, movies, and feature films.

If you have interest in learning more about how your songs might fit into the sync market, we encourage you to SIGN UP TODAY for your personalized one-on-one mentoring session!

Sync Mentoring Pricing:

  • $100 / 1 -hour session
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Nancy and Queenie will guide you through the process of “syncing” your songs in film & TV. They will both be in this mentoring session with you where you will learn how to write, produce, and pitch songs that will grab the attention of music supervisors. You will even get the inside scoop about what music they are seeking for current projects! Now more than ever, the sync world is open to the music of the independent writer and artist. So, get ready! The 1-hour session will include an evaluation of 2-3 of your songs for film/TV placements.

Nancy Peacock

Nancy Peacock, CEO/Owner, Washington Street Publishing

Nancy is a frequent panelist and song evaluator for various organizations and conferences including Durango Expo, West Coast Songwriter’s Conference, ASCAP Expo, Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival, Global Songwriters Connection Focus Event. A graduate of Sweet Briar College and Vanderbilt University, Nancy has a BA in applied classical music and an MA in history. Settling in Atlanta to raise her family, Nancy’s love of pop and r&b music eventually led her to songwriting and back to Nashville. From its inception in 2006, Washington Street has grown into a respected independent publishing company and boutique sync music library. She is a member and actively involved in AIMP, The Recording Academy (former board member), CMA, WIFT, SOURCE and SOLID.

Queenie Mullinix

Queenie Mullinix, Creative Director, Washington Street Publishing

The singer/songwriter gained valuable experience in performance, promotion, and booking as a member of several notable Atlanta bands before going solo. Queenie also founded and ran an independent musician referral service in metro Atlanta. Her musical ‘education’ continued through music business workshops, conferences, and continuing ed. courses at Emory University. Queenie also learned the basics of recording and production working with Grammy award-winning producer Billy Hume (Infamous Stringdusters, Ying Yang Twins, Lil John) at his Zone Studio. In 2001 she and her husband, bassist Dave Webb, moved to Nashville where she worked as a song plugger / creative director for Wolf Music & Sound Design and publicity director of Slugfest Records before coming on board as creative director of Washington Street Publishing.

Please note this service is available to GSC members only ($50 per year membership).

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