Publishing Panel Gives Tips on Video Game Music

Posted in News on June 21, 2005
BMI executives took part in the "Music Publishing: Have Your Music Work For You" panel presented by the Game Audio Network Guild (G.A.N.G.) on June 16 in New York. Hosted by the SAE Institute of Technology, topics included performance royalties; licensing opportunities with game companies, film, TV and other media; and reusing game music in other media.

Pictured before the panel are BMI composer and panel moderator Duncan Watt, ASCAP's Andrew Rodriguez, composer Chris Hajian, ASCAP's Sue Devine, BMI's Roger Miller, BMI composer Tom Salta, BMI's Christine Iglesias and Spirit Music Group's June Neira

The Game Audio Network Guild is a non-profit organization established to educate the masses in regards to interactive audio by providing information, instruction, resources, guidance and enlightenment not only to its members, but to content providers and listeners throughout the world. G.A.N.G. empowers its members by establishing resources for education, business, technical issues, community, publicity and recognition. G.A.N.G. also supports career development for aspiring game audio professionals, publishers, developers and students.

Panel moderator and BMI composer Duncan Watt (standing) opens the panel discussion with ASCAP's Andrew Rodriguez, BMI's Roger Miller and Christine Iglesias, BMI composer Tom Salta, composer Chris Hajian and Spirit Music Group's June Neira

photos by Gary Gershoff