YOU AND YOUR ASSOCIATES ARE INVITED
The Wild, Wild West: Pioneering New Revenue Streams
Monday, April 7th
Las Vegas “H” Hotel
(previously known as the Las Vegas Hilton)
Las Vegas, NV
Traditional stakeholders and new prospectors alike have joined the rush to turn the monetization of the new media frontier into digital “gold”. Fortunes are being made and lost as the rapidly evolving digital landscape continues to change the way music is discovered, licensed, and distributed. Join our panel of experts to learn how to stake your claim in the Wild, Wild West of new revenue models!
No cost/No RSVP required
Panelists (partial list):
Ryan Born – CEO, AdRev
Teri Nelson Carpenter – President & CEO, Reel Muzik Werks
Beth Matthews – Executive Vice President & General Counsel, ASCAP
Mark Vermaat – Head of Business Development, Soundmouse
Randy Thornton – Chairman, PMA and Amphibious Zoo Music
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The PMA is proud to be partnered with the NAB Creative Master Series* again in 2014.
Tuesday, April 8
10:30 am – 11:30 am
Education Program: Creative Master Series
Music is an extremely powerful (yet mysterious) storytelling device that is used in every form of media. Get an inside look at the process behind some of today’s most popular films, ads, shows and video games and learn how the right music can powerfully influence the message and emotion of any project. The panel will feature experienced music professionals who will share (and show!) interesting, insightful and funny stories about this collaborative and creative process. Even if you don’t know much about music, this panel will reveal some very valuable lessons that will help empower you with the tools you need to get the perfect music for your project.
Joel Goodman, Composer & Owner, Cue Music (Moderator)
Andrew Gross, Composer & Co-Owner, Konsonant Music
Randy Hart, Creative Services Director, Megatrax Music
Carl Peel, Vice President of Production, Killer Tracks
Joe Saba, Co-Founder, Videohelper
And a Special Guest Music Supervisor
* This program is an official NAB event and, other than the attached $150 discount, the PMA does not have access to passes/discounts to attend Great Vision – Bad Tunes.