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February 7, 2013

Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

The Future of Production Music: Opportunities, Challenges & Threats

PMA members, non-members and guests are invited to attend

The Future of Production Music:  Opportunities, Challenges & Threats

Join the discussion with representatives from the PMA, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC and others as we cover the most pressing issues facing our industry.  Learn about the DMX case, the carve-out license, copyright challenges, foreign royalties, direct licensing, and more.  We offered this event in New York and, due to the great feedback and many requests, we are bringing it to Los Angeles.  This may be the most important meeting you attend all year!

Thursday, February 7th
6 PM
Sportsmen's Lodge

12833 Ventura Boulevard
(just east of Coldwater)
Studio City, CA  91604
PMA Members - $10
Non-Members & Guests - $15

RSVP to Debra@pmamusic.com


John Coletta 

AVP, International Legal & Business Affairs - BMI
Gary Gross
Worldwide President - Universal Publishing Production Music
Board of Directors - PMA

Al Kennedy
Vice President, Production, Advertising & Promotion - CBS Television Marketing
Shawn LeMone

Vice President, Film & Television / Visual Media Department - ASCAP
Randy Thornton, Moderator

Chief Executive Officer and President - Warner/Chappell Production Music
Chairman - PMA

Hunter Williams
Senior Vice President, Strategic Development/Distribution - SESAC


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