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Guest post by Mark Batstone. Mark graduated from Vanguard University of Southern California with a BA in Audio Production. He is a Southern California-based music supervisor, video editor and audio mixer. Mark is currently working on Roadtrip Nation's TV series, now beginning its 12th season.

In part one of this article, we talked about what music supervisors do and the four things they look for when placing a song on TV or in film. But equally as important as the song itself is the way you present the song to music supervisors. Here are four rules to follow if you want a real shot at getting your music licensed: