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About Tunesat

TuneSat employs its exclusive audio fingerprint technology to deftly detect music use on television broadcasts and the Internet. Led by tech-savvy composers and producers Scott Schreer and Chris Woods, TuneSat detects music in even the noisiest of broadcast environments, including under dialogue, sound effects, or voiceovers, and provides unrivaled, accurate reporting to its clients. With a TuneSat subscription, access to worldwide detection data is available 24/7/365 through a secure online portal within an hour of its broadcast. Detailed reports provide valuable information about when, where and how much music was used. TuneSat is actively monitoring more than 200 channels in the US, UK, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland, with more territories to come.   TuneSat LLC is based in New York City. For more information, please visit


Executive Bios

Chris Woods – Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer

Chris Woods, 34, is an accomplished composer, musician, producer, and engineer with more than 15 years of experience in the music business and sound processing technologies. A graduate of the Berklee School of Music, he’s created music branding packages for numerous television networks, including Fox Sports, Versus, and Big Ten.

Since co-founding TuneSat in 2007 and the company’s COO, Woods has been instrumental in building the company’s technological portfolio, including the surveying, acquisition, and development of audio fingerprinting algorithms. His personal knowledge of practical music royalty collection issues gives him unique insight into how and why the system for monitoring, reporting, and collection of music on television, radio, and the internet needs to change.

Chris is a frequent speaker at industry events, including CMJ, the Billboard Film & TV Music, NARM Convention, CISAC Copyright Summit, and more.