Brooke Wentz is an award-winning music supervisor and rights executive working in the television, cable, film and recording industries. She founded Seven Seas Music, an international music discovery site, and The Rights Workshop, a music supervision and licensing company. She has music supervised hundreds of independent and documentary films, as well as numerous TV shows--Game Changers, Last Chance U, Minding the Gap, Bill Cunningham New York, Dolores, Meet the Patels, etc. Her platform Seven Seas Music, where media professionals can listen to and license authentic music from over 150 countries, has led to the featured music appearing in productions such as “Parts Unknown,” “Criminal Minds,” “VICE,” “Legions,” “Snowfall,” “Homeland,” and “Altered Carbon.”
Wentz was one of the earliest Music Directors for ESPN and rights consultant to TechTV, after working for years as a radio host, music producer and critic. She is the author of Hey! That’s My Music: Music Supervision, Licensing and Content Acquisition and Music Rights Unveiled, and received a Billboard Award for the top-selling world music recording of the decade. She has also served as Manager of A&R Administration at Arista Records and Music Supervisor for New York City’s Times Square Millennium Celebration.