Santa Monica, CA (April 4, 2014)–The Production Music Association is presenting two panel discussions at the 2014 NAB Show on the monetization of music in new media and the art of music supervision.
The PMA will present ‘The Wild, Wild West: Pioneering New Revenue Streams’ at 6:00 PM on Monday, April 7 in Ballroom B at the LVH (formerly known as the Las Vegas Hilton). The event is free to attendees.
Panelists include Ryan Born, CEO, AdRev; Teri Nelson Carpenter, president and CEO, Reel Muzik Werks; Beth Matthews, EVP and general counsel, ASCAP; Mark Vermaat, head of business development, Soundmouse; and Chris Woods, co-founder & COO, Tunesat. Randy Thornton, chairman, PMA and Amphibious Zoo Music, will moderate.
On Tuesday, April 8, 10:30 am – 11:30 am in S-220 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, PMA will present ‘Great Vision — Bad Tunes: How Music Can Make or Break Your Program,’ part of the NAB’s Creative Master Series. See the NAB Show’s Registration Packages for pricing.
The panel features moderator Joel Goodman, composer and owner, Cue Music, plus panelists Andrew Gross, composer and co-owner, konsonant Music; Randy Hart, creative services director, Megatrax Music; Carl Peel, VP of production, Killer Tracks; Joe Saba, co-founder, Videohelper; and music supervisor Trygge Toven.
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