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Press Run Date - August 30, 2009


Independent Music Publishers, Artists, Managers, Lawyers and Industry Personnel
Now Have Access to Organization’s Many Resources Through Online Membership

LOS ANGELES – August 30, 2009 – The Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) today announced the launch of its new Online-Only Membership Tier, providing all the benefits of the esteemed organization to those not able to participate in person. For only $60 annually, independent music publishers, artists, managers, lawyers and other industry professionals across the globe now have access to the organization’s vast resources, including podcasts of the AIMP's exclusive interviews and monthly panel discussions, the ability to participate in the valuable online job boards, forums and professional directories, and the ability to advertise and access events in the calendar section, and more. Online membership registration is at http://www.aimp.org/members/tiers
“The AIMP is thrilled to be able to share the many features and networking opportunities that make this organization so useful," explained AIMP President Richard Feldman. “Now, with the introduction of our online-only membership, monthly panel discussions and special events presented by the AIMP chapters in Los Angeles and New York can be shared by publishers, self-published artists and industry professionals worldwide. With so much of the today’s music business now independent, publishing is increasingly important as a revenue source and promotional tool. It is essential for music professionals to stay connected and informed of emerging trends and opportunities in music publishing.”  
Recent panels and special event topics include: 360 Deals, TV Music: Meet the Buyers, Music Publishing and Merchandising, Building Music/Brand Partnerships, Synch or Swim: Keeping Your Head Above Water, Got Infringement?, Music Libraries, Music for Movie Trailers, and Fundamentals and Future of Printed Music. The AIMP has brought together a wide array of notable speakers and panelists including, music executive Jason Flom, NMPA president David Israelite, attorney/author Don Passman, author/ E-Music founder Bob Kohn, as well as executives from Disney, ABC, CBS, Sony, 20th Century Fox, NBC, Harry Fox Agency, Bug Music, Sony/ATV, Primary Wave and more.
Archives of these exclusive discussions and interviews are available to all Online Tier members, as well as the ability to create a personal profile and gain access to the profiles of other members, participate in online forums on issues and opportunities essential to music publishing, advertise and access events in the Calendar section and post job openings on the Jobs Board for all site visitors to view, receive discounts on AIMP partner events and industry conferences, and AIMP partner products, and add your voice and influence with other publishing professionals on legislative issues.
For more membership and organization information, please visit the AIMP website at www.aimp.org.

About The AIMP:
Since its inception in 1977, The Association of Independent Music Publishers has provided a valuable platform for discussion and continued advocacy of the issues, opportunities and challenges facing the music publishing industry. The organization encourages the open exchange of ideas and opinions through a regular schedule of monthly meetings, forums, panel discussions, workshops and special events held in Los Angeles and New York, and covering a wide range of topics. The AIMP serves a worldwide community through its extensive website: www.aimp.org.

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