Anne Miller
Director of TV and Film
anne (at) accordermusic.com

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Anne, one of the founders of Accorder Music, is a highly experienced film & TV music publisher and music supervisor.

Her team work with producers and developers from the earliest stages: creating music briefs, liaising with composers, helping on contractual matters and ensuring accurate royalty collection. She also works closely with Accorder’s composers, supporting both emerging and established talent ensuring they are maximising their credit opportunities and music royalties.

After running her own music publishing businesses in the mid 1990s (representing some of the best UK TV & film composers), Anne launched the UK and European film & TV division of J Albert & Sons (a subsidiary of the oldest independent music publisher in Australasia: AC/DC, Easy Beats, and Strictly Ballroom). Anne is now actively involved in shaping television and film music policy, sitting on various industry committees; including on the board of the Music Publishers’ Association, Co-Chair of the PRS’s Operational Group, a member of its Commercial Advisory Group, and Pop Publishers’ Committee and the industry-wide organisation Royal Television Society.  Anne’s recent creative work includes as music supervisor for Michael McIntyre’s BBC shows, Alan Carr’s Happy Hour, All Round to Mrs Brown and Nothing Like a Dame for Field Day Productions.

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Frankie Videtta
Copyright Manager
frankie (at) accordermusic.com

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Frankie is the Copyright Manager at Accorder Music. He is responsible for handling the vast amount of data and information flowing into the company from producers, composers, broadcasters, collection societies and more.

As a specialist in administrating television and film copyright, Frankie is constantly maintaining Accorder’s catalogue and ensuring all royalty payouts are maximised. He also has a hand in acquiring music for Accorder’s sync catalogue, helping new artists into the industry through exposure in TV, film and ads.

His previous experience in the music industry has been varied, and includes roles such as stage crew at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, working in the sound department for RAI and SKY, and as an A&R scout for a division of Sony Music. Frankie keeps an open-mind in his musical preferences and his tastes vary – he can be caught listening to almost everything, but his favourites often include alternative/classic rock and chilled hip hop.