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Music Journalists Reveal Inside Scoop at AIMP Panel

Posted in News on January 26, 2006
The Los Angeles chapter of the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) presented "Getting the Scoop: A Conversation with Los Angeles Music Journalists," an insightful discussion with some of the most influential music business journalists in Los Angeles.

Shown after the panel are (l -r) The Hollywood Reporter's Chris Morris, Billboard's Melinda Newman, BMI's Hanna Pantle, Daily Variety's Phil Gallo, The LA Times' Charles Duhigg and BMI's Michael Crepezzi, who serves on the AIMP board. Photo by Ellen Ratner

Moderated by BMI's Hanna Pantle, the panel featured top writers and editors from The Los Angeles Times, Daily Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard, who talked in depth about recent trends and developments in the music industry, including technology, legislation and copyright, and the future of the music business.

The AIMP serves the independent music publishing community by providing continuing professional education and opportunities to cultivate professional relationships in a collegial environment.

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