Film/TV Conference Offers BMI Discount

Posted in News on October 14, 2005
The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard have once again joined forces to deliver a cutting-edge, two-day seminar on the role of music in film and television. The 4th annual Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference, scheduled for November 15-16 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, will provide a dynamic forum for the exchange of ideas among film/TV and music professionals.

BMI writers can take advantage of a discounted registration fee of $250, a savings of $200. To receive this rate, please use promotional code "bmi" when registering online or by phone at 646-654-4643.

The two-day event, co-sponsored by BMI and presented by Audi, will feature sessions and panels on music for film, TV, Internet, gaming, commercials and other industry related topics. Last year's event attracted over 500 attendees including many of the industry's most influential executive and creative talents including award-winning composers and directors, top-name music supervisors, and key studio, network, record label and publishing professionals, plus VIPs from the advertising, gaming and commercial fields.

Also featured will be live artist performances, roundtable discussions, music supervisor meet-n-greet and networking cocktail parties. Programming highlights for 2005 include a Q&A session with BMI Award-winning composer Graeme Revell, as well as a keynote Q&A with Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard.

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