The Production Music Association is presenting a discussion with respected industry experts to explore the intrinsic and monetary value of music on Thursday, February 9th at the Sportsmenâ€™s Lodge Hotel
Online PR News – 05-February-2012 – – Los Angeles, CA (January 31, 2012) â€“ With the explosion of social media & new media platforms, music is being used more than ever. How are copyrights being valued and compensated in this new world order? How important is music to the success of a project? The Production Music Association is presenting a discussion with respected industry experts to explore the intrinsic and monetary value of music on Thursday, February 9th at the Sportsmenâ€™s Lodge Hotel in Studio City.
Panelists include David Renzer, former Chairman & CEO of Universal Music Publishing Group, Norman Chesky, co-founder & co-owner of Chesky Records and Manhattan Production Music, Richard Bellis, multi-award winning composer, Steve Celi, Music Manager for Fox On-Air Promotion, Joe Saba, President of VideoHelper, and Steve Pecile, President of Soundminer.
This event is open to all interested professionals. The cost to attend is $10 for PMA members and $15 for nonmembers and guests. The meeting will take place from 6:30 PM thru 9:00 PM with light refreshments and a no-host bar. An RSVP is requested to Debra@pmamusic.com but walk-ins are welcome according to space availability.
ABOUT THE PMA: The PMA is a non-profit, volunteer organization currently comprising over 450 member companies, including major-label publishers and national independents, and is providing crucial leadership to protect the value of their work. The PMA provides education, support and advocacy on behalf of the production music community. For more information visit http://www.pmamusic.com.