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Blue Scout Music Announces Online Song Catalog

Blue Scout offers music production, licensing, and supervision for film/tv/ad/media projects. Music is available for quick licensing without the hassles of membership fees or customer registration...

Blue Scout Music announces their Online Song Catalog, available now.

Blue Scout offers music production, licensing, and supervision for film/tv/ad/media projects. Music is available for quick licensing without the hassles of membership fees or customer registration.

With clients like ABC, the WB, Motorola, MTV, and others, Blue Scout Music specializes in providing tracks that are hip, relevant, and appealing to those who know quality music. Blue Scout produces custom tracks and represents the music of over 75 up-and-coming artists, like The Motion Sick, who were recently featured in Spin Magazine's "Band of the Day," and Judith de los Santos, who won Grand Prize in the 2005 Unisong International Song Writing Contest.

www.blue-scout.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006