- Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019
The Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced that the 11th edition of its Produced By Conference (PBC) is set for Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9, and will take place at Warner Bros. on its historic studio lot in Burbank, CA. PBC is an educational forum that reaches across film, television and new media, and is conducted by acclaimed producers, including numerous Oscar® and Emmy® Award winners, as well as the next generation of creative entrepreneurs. Every year, the Produced By Conference presents an incredible collection of speakers, panels, and mentoring roundtables, and features the popular “Producers Mashup” discussions which give participants the opportunity to ask questions from seasoned producers and executives who are among the top storytellers and decision-makers in the entertainment industry.
The 2019 Produced By Conference is chaired by PGA members Betsy Beers, Ian Bryce, Tracey Edmonds, Mike Farah, and Gene Stein. Returning to this year’s PBC team are Supervising Producer Barry Kaplan (EKG, Inc.), Program Directors Madelyn Hammond and Javier Infante (Madelyn Hammond & Associates), Sponsorship Director Diane Salerno (Six Degrees Global), Marketing Consultant Julie Giles (greenHAT digital), and Public Relations Consultant Annalee Paulo (42West).
The Produced By Conference is held through the Producers Guild of America’s charitable entity, the PGA Foundation, as it epitomizes the Foundation’s core mission to educate those who work in the producing profession. To review highlights from previous Conferences and receive news and the latest programming updates for Produced By Conference 2019, please visit the Guild’s official website and follow its social media channels for the event:
- Twitter / Instagram: @ProducersGuild
- Hashtag: #ProducedBy2019
About THE PRODUCERS GUILD OF AMERICA (PGA)
The Producers Guild of America is a non-profit trade organization which protects and promotes the interests of all members of the producing team in film, television and new media. Representing more than 8,000 producers, the PGA works to safeguard the careers of its members and improve the producing community at large by encouraging the enforcement of workplace labor laws and sustainable production practices, creating fair and impartial standards for the awarding of producing credits, facilitating health benefits for its membership, and hosting educational opportunities for new and experienced producers alike. For more information and the latest updates, please visit the Producers Guild of America website and follow on social media.