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September 29, 2016

Time: 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Music Industry Toolbox



Free Admission - Complimentary Snacks & Beverages

The AIMP and the CCC are proud to present their fourth Music Industry Toolbox. This unique event was created for Music Publishers, Record Companies, Production Music Libraries/Producers, but should be of interest to all music industry professionals.

PROs ASCAP, BMI, SESAC and SOCAN, and a wide array of leading companies will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate their products and services in the areas of digital distribution, royalty accounting & collections, music rights administration and music search.  

Participating companies include:

Thanks also to our proud sponsors:

NEW THIS YEAR, "Ask An Expert", sponsored by Reel Muzik Werks.  To learn more and/or register (space is limited), click here.  

ALSO NEW, select music industry books for sale, either pre-signed by the author or signed in person at the event, thanks to Book Soup.  

AND YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS this year's Keynote, to be given by CreativeFuture CEO Ruth Vitale.  

BUY RAFFLE TICKETS to support the AIMP's scholarship fund and enter to win a free Amazon Echo, generously donated by Amazon!


Ruth Vitale (keynote)
CEO, CreativeFuture



AIMP Special Event

Place: View Map
AFM Local 47
817 Vine Street
Hollywood, CA 90038

 And special thanks to our media sponsors:


Complimentary parking will be available on site, but there may also be limited street parking on Vine.  

Additional Speaker Information

Ruth Vitale has been at the forefront of independent film production and distribution for more than three decades, including as Founder and Co-President of Paramount Classics and as President of Fine Line Features. During her tenure at these companies, she launched the careers of many successful filmmakers such as Paul Greengrass, Sofia Coppola, Scott Hicks, John Hillcoat, and Craig Brewer. She has also worked with established talent such as Sam Raimi, Roger Michell, Jonathan Demme, Paul W.S. Anderson, Patrice Leconte, and Barbet Schroeder. Her films have won three Oscars® and received 16 nominations as well as 18 Golden Globe® nominations and two wins. At Paramount Classics, she released such award-winning films as The Virgin Suicides, Sunshine, You Can Count on Me, Sidewalks of New York, Bloody Sunday, Mostly Martha, The Singing Detective, Enduring Love, The Machinist, Mad Hot Ballroom, and Hustle & Flow. Fine Line produced and distributed such highlights of independent film as the Academy Award®-winning Shine; The Sweet Hereafter; Love! Valour! Compassion!; Twelfth Night; Gummo; and The Winter Guest. Ruth also served as President of UBU Productions’ feature film division from 1988 to 1991. Among other positions, she was Senior Vice President of Production for United Artists, where she oversaw production on Child’s Play, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, and Roadhouse. As President of Production for Vestron Pictures, she broke ground with the highest-grossing independent film of the time, Dirty Dancing. She was also Director of Acquisitions for The Movie Channel. Most recently, Ruth was President of First Look Pictures and the owner of The Film Collective, a consultancy business that helps financiers and companies with the strategic planning for their films in the worldwide marketplace from development and production through distribution. She is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and Special Projects Mentor for The Peter Stark Producing Program, USC School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California.

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