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Shoot Online: Agency Droga5 Adds Two Music Supervisors

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Work hard, and you too may be rewarded not just with a job in music supervision, but an entirely new post created just for you.

That's been the happy experience of Ryan Barkan and Mike Ladman, who have just joined Droga5 New York as music supervisors – the first time the agency has had such a role.

Barkan's background includes stints at EMI music publishing and primary wave. Meanwhile, Ladman comes to his new home after seven years at McCann Erickson.

Get many more details from this article/press release at Shoot Online.

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