Richard and “CP24 Breakfast” host Pooja Handa have a look at some special streaming opportunities and television shows to watch over the weekend including the Netflix documentary series “Pretend It’s a City” featuring writer Fran Lebowitz’s take on New York City, the binge-able HBO series “Boardwalk Empire,” the Amazon Prime Video film “Mangrove,” part of Steve McQueen’s “Small Axe” series and the Showtime special “Couples Therapy One Hour Covid Special.”
Canadian Music Week is pleased to welcome top music supervisor PJ Bloom in an exclusive fireside chat at CMW2014 on Saturday, May 10 at the Marriott Toronto Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel. Delegates will have a chance to look into Bloom’s extraordinary success with the hit series Glee and hear his views on the role of music in the visual arts.
PJ Bloom is one of the top music supervisors in the entertainment industry. He has created and produced unique soundtracks for over fifty films, hundreds of television episodes, video games, advertisements and even amusement park thrill rides with sales tallying more than 50 million singles and 13 million albums worldwide. As the music supervisor for the entire groundbreaking Glee franchise, his work holds the record for most charted songs by a single act in Billboard Hot 100 chart history, surpassing Elvis Presley, The Beatles and James Brown.
Bloom has collaborated with such prolific filmmakers and television producers as Ryan Murphy, Steven Spielberg, Michael Mann, Jerry Bruckheimer and Ridley Scott while rendering his distinctive brand to nearly every studio and network in the Hollywood system and beyond. A partner in Neophonic, one of the largest music supervision firms in the US, his company boasts over twenty high-profile productions at any given time including the award-winning series American Horror Story, Boardwalk Empire andGame of Thrones as well as new hit series The Americans and Banshee.
Recognized as one of the most creative and inexhaustible entrepreneurs in the music industry today, Bloom has received a host of awards and accolades from his peers. In 2012 alone, he made Billboard Magazine’s annual Power 100 List, was presented with the prestigious TJ Martell Humanitarian Award and was named Music Supervisor of the Year by the American Association of Independent Music (A2IM). A two-time BMI Pop Award winner, two-time BMI Urban Award winner, and two-time ASCAP Pop Award winner, he is also a founding member of the Guild of Music Supervisors (GMS).
To participate in this exceptional opportunity, visit www.cmw.net to register as a delegate.