Please fill out this questionnaire to accompany each nomination submission for the 10th Annual GMS Awards. The questionnaire will be used to assist the nomination committees in evaluating submissions and determine the final set of nominees that will be reviewed and voted on by the guild membership in early January. The information that you provide is vital in helping to assure that all submissions are considered thoroughly. Please provide as much detail and information as possible so we can understand the scope of your work and the way your project uses music.
The Guild of Music Supervisors understands and defends that the quality of a Music Supervisor is not solely measured by the amount of songs in a project, but by a host of music services provided that together impact a program and its audience.
The Guild's definition of the role of the Music Supervisor can be found at the following link: https://www.guildofmusicsupervisors.com/what-is-a-music-supervisor.
It is vital that we receive either a file upload or a link to download to assure that all submissions are considered thoroughly and to help the committee understand the scope of your work. Streaming only or geo-gated links are not encouraged.
Supervisors are allowed up to two submissions per TV category (Drama, Comedy, Musical, Reality, Movie).
ELIGIBILITY TIMELINE: All submissions must have had over 50% of the nominated season air within the established eligibility period: September 1, 2018 through August 31, 2019. A one month grace period is given for Programs that premiere all episodes in the ‘full-season release’ model. Content that releases on or before September 30, 2019 may be submitted and evaluated by the Committee on a case-by-case basis.
We look forward to receiving your submissions no later than our firm deadline December 13, 2019. Thank you for your participation!
Please note that no more than 3 awards will be presented with each category, additional awards will be available for purchase.
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