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11/14/19 Legal Luminaries

AIMP’S illustrious panel of legal experts, including Jay L. Cooper, Esq./Greenberg Traurig LLP, Scott Holtzman, Esq./ Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production, Edward Pierson, Esq./Attorney at Law, PLLC and Laurie L. Soriano, Esq.King, Holmes, Paterno & Soriano, LLP, share their perspective on the past, present and most importantly, the future of the music industry.  With so much activity on the horizon, the MMA, streaming updates, mergers, copyright infringement cases, just to name a few, it’s a must attend event as these are “legal luminaries” at the top of their craft.



10/17/19 - Music Licensing$ Today: A Complex But Understandable World (with the Brabecs)

With the use of music across all platforms at an all time high, the contracts, licenses, negotiations, considerations, fees, guarantees and “backend royalties” reflecting these uses have entered a new realm of complexity and long term significance. This panel will discuss how many of these music deals are structured and how the “economics” have, in many cases, changed dramatically for writers and publishers..  Areas covered include, among others, the multiple types of traditional film and television licenses, Netflix, Amazon and Hulu audio visual streaming services, Spotify and Pandora audio streams,  ASCAP, BMI, GMR and SESAC agreements, distribution formulas and payments, direct, source , “work-for-hire” and “buyout” licenses and agreements, video games,  mechanicals in multiple configurations, movies being made into Broadway musicals and vice versa, holograms, dramatizing songs for feature films and television series and the role that the Music Licensing Collective, the DOJ, the CRB, arbitration and voluntary negotiations play in the royalty process.



9/12/19 - Broadway To Hollywood: A Two-Way Street!

Almost as soon as motion pictures began to talk, they began to sing. At the dawn of the talkie era, Hollywood looked to Broadway and its treasure trove of celebrated composers to “musicalize” films. By the mid-1960s, the movie industry\'s interest in musicals would taper off. But over the past two decades, we have seen a renewed interest in musical theatre, as major studios pour serious resources into film adaptations, original TV musicals, live versions of classic stage productions, and much more. At the same time, bold new voices are being embraced by Broadway, as swelling audiences turn their favorite musical theatre composers into global icons.  This panel of industry and creative professionals will share their insights on where the new opportunities lie in this rapidly expanding marketplace for musical theatre creators, in Hollywood and beyond.



7/19/18 - AIMP & NATPE Kick-Off Event!

Join us for the launch of a new annual event co-branded with AIMP and NATPE (National Association Of Television Program Executives) regarding the intersection of Content and Music.  We will be discussing where we are now and what the future looks like for the marriage of Content and Music.  Our panel of experienced industry executives, from both worlds, will lead us through this exciting conversation.



2/22/18 LA - State Of The Music Industry

With disruptors in our midst, how is the music industry handling the challenges of today and what is the future for our industry. 
(near the end of the video we lost sound at the restaurant; we apologize for the inconvenience)



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