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March 22, 2007

Time: 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM

Music Supervision, Soundtracks and More!

Our latest look at the world of music for film and television.  Professionals from major film studios, independent publishers and music supervisors will discuss current issues of interest, including:

    * Licensing And The Internet: How does the Internet media effect the licensing fees from a studio and publisher stand point?
    * Direct to Video Films: What are the overall studio and artist benefits of these?
    * Independent Publishing: The positive effects of diversifying your catalog and the effectiveness of the less expensive signing as it relates to Film/TV
    * Music Supervision: Is dealing with the majors worth it?
    * Soundtracks: Sales and fans. Single downloads vs. album downloads
    * Joint Ventures: How these help bring international artists exposure in Film/TV
    * Reasonable Fees: Can the studios and publishers ever see eye to eye? How is the music supervisor affected?

Panelists from L-R, Russell Ziecker, Ellen Ginsburg, Thomas Goulbic, Bridget O'Gara (AIMP Board), John Anderson, Marisa Porter-Baldii and PJ Bloom.

Photo by Janet Landrum


Ellen Ginsburg
VP Clearance, Twentieth Century Fox

PJ Bloom
Music Supervisor, Neophonic, Inc.

John Anderson
Sr. VP Film/TV Music/Lifestyle, Windswept Pacific

Russell Ziecker
TV Music & New Business Development, Lionsgate

Marisa Porter-Baldi
Partner, Zync Music


Thomas Goulbic
Music Supervisor, SuperMusicVisi

AIMP Panel

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Wyndham Bel Age Hotel
1020 N. San Vicente Blvd., just south of Sunset in
West Hollywood. Valet parking, $5.00. Phone 310-854-1111 for directions.

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