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The Production Music Association To Celebrate 20th Anniversary During the 2017 Production Music Conference
- Thursday, Jun. 1, 2017
This Year's Production Music Conference will be held October 4-6 at the Loews Hollywood Hotel
The Production Music Association (PMA,) the leading advocate and voice of the global production music community, will celebrate its 20th Anniversary during the group’s annual Production Music Conference (PMC). This year’s PMC event will take place October 4-6 at the Loews Hollywood Hotel.
2017 will mark the PMA’s Fourth Annual Production Music Conference. The event presents industry leaders from the production music industry joining forces for two days of panels, sessions, state of the art presentations, and networking.
Adam Taylor, Chairman of the PMA, said, “We are thrilled to be marking our 20th anniversary milestone! Production Music is a major industry that contributes music to films, TV, commercials, video games, advertising campaigns, social media content and corporate presentations, but for some reason doesn’t often get the attention it deserves. Our mission with our annual conference is to provide valuable information and share best practices in a positive and inspired forum to attendees from around the globe who are involved in every conceivable aspect of production music.”
“The Production Music Conference is an absolute ‘must attend’ for anyone working in the production music industry,” Taylor adds. “We truly look forward to seeing you there!”
About THE PRODUCTION MUSIC ASSOCIATION
Founded in 1997, the Production Music Association (PMA) is the leading advocate and voice of the production music community. A non-profit organization with over 40 member companies, plus composers and industry professionals, the mission of the PMA is to elevate the unique value of production music and to ensure the viability of the production music industry.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, the PMA strives to fulfill its mission by:
- Working with performing rights organizations, legislators, legal counsel and broadcasters with the aim of improving the reporting, monitoring, collection and distribution of performance fees and royalties for PMA members;
- Providing its members with a forum in which issues of common concern and interest can be discussed;
- Educating its members and the marketplace about music rights and other issues affecting the production music community; and
- Enhancing the value of PMA members' music through research, education and public relations.
For more information about the PMA, please visit: http://pmamusic.com/