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Namiko Mori Receives BMI/Jerry Goldsmith Film Scoring Scholarship

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From News, posted 4.11.14. UCLA Extension student Namiko Mori is the recipient of this year’s BMI/Jerry Goldsmith Film Scoring Scholarship. Named after Oscar and Emmy-winning film and television composer Jerry Goldsmith, the scholarship is an annual award that partially underwrites the recipient’s study in UCLA Extension’s Film Scoring Program, a continuing education… Read more...


‘Walking’ Dead Star Shows Off Her Musical Talents for Gathering of Female Radio Execs

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From News, posted 4.10.14. BMI joined forces with the MIW Radio Group recently (4/7/14) to present a very special performance by BMI singer/songwriter and actress Emily Kinney at the organization’s annual “Lipstick and Lobster Dinner” held each year in Las Vegas in conjunction with the National Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention. Kinney is not… Read more...


Mychael Danna to Receive Richard Kirk Award at 2014 BMI Film & TV Awards

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From News, posted 4.07.14. Broadcast Music, Inc. will present the Richard Kirk Award for outstanding career achievement to prolific composer Mychael Danna at the Company’s 2014 Film & Television Awards. The private ceremony will be held Wednesday, May 14, at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills and will also honor the composers of… Read more...


BMI Goes to Chattanooga for International Film Music Festival

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From News, posted 3.24.14. Film and music fans alike in Chattanooga, TN, flashed back to nostalgic movie moments at this year's Chattanooga International Film Music Festival. Featured were works by prolific BMI film composer Alan Silvestri, BMI composer and Artistic Director of the CIFMF, George S. Clinton, and BMI composer and Sundance Film Music Program… Read more...


BMI Sponsors Fourth Annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards

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From News, posted 3.21.14. Broadcast Music, Inc. proudly sponsored the 2014 Guild of Music Supervisors Awards in Hollywood on February 26. The mission of the Guild, which was formed after the Recording Academy’s inclusion of Music Supervisors as voting members, is to take a leadership position with one galvanized voice in the entertainment industry… Read more...


SCL Celebrates BMI Nominees At Annual Pre-Oscar Reception

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From News, posted 3.10.14. The Society of Composers & Lyricists (SCL) hosted its annual Champagne Reception in association with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Music Branch Governors on Saturday, March 1, 2014, at a private residence in Beverly Hills. The gathering was held to honor the music nominees for this year’s… Read more...


BMI Composers Celebrated With First-Ever Oscars Concert

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From News, posted 3.07.14. For the first time ever, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences included a celebratory night of music in its Oscar Week with an 80-piece orchestra performing suites from each of the nominated Best Original Score pieces, conducted by their composer. Following the scores, the nominees for Best Original… Read more...


Alan Silvestri Gives Us the New Sound of the ‘Cosmos’

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From News, posted 3.05.14. Broadcast Music, Inc. composer Alan Silvestri is responsible for a tall order: the soundtrack to Cosmos, the successor to the 1980 Emmy and Peabody Award-winning original series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. The new 13-part series, hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, will explore how we discovered the laws of nature… Read more...


The Lopez Family Meets Oscar!

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From News, posted 3.03.14. Please join us in congratulating BMI composers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, who last night took home the 2014 Oscar for Best Original Song for “Let It Go” from Frozen. The husband and wife team met at the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop in New York City in 1998… Read more...


Oscars Celebrates BMI Nominees With First-Ever Concert

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From News, posted 2.27.14. For the first time ever, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is including a celebratory night of music in its Oscar Week that, in years to come, is likely to become a full-blown televised spectacular. The inaugural edition will be held at UCLA's Royce Hall Thursday, February 27th,… Read more...