BMI’s Latin Music Team Flocks to Mexican Music Summit

Posted in News on November 21, 2006
Executives from BMI's Latin Music team --- L.A.'s Delia Orjuela, New York's Porfirio Piña and Puerto Rico's Jerry Vila --- gathered in Los Angeles recently for Billboard magazine's inaugural Regional Mexican Music Summit. Held Nov. 13-14 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, the BMI-sponsored event brought the top-selling Latin music genre to the forefront by focusing on the publishing, digital, radio and touring aspects, and by providing a meeting and networking space for artists, labels, concert promoters, retailers, managers, marketers and advertisers.

Pictured at the Billboard Summit are (l-r): Adolfo Valenzuela, VP, Twiins Enterprises; Nir Seroussi, VP, Marketing/A&R, Sony BMG; regional Mexican group Montez de Durango's José Luis Terrazas; Alejandro Garza, VP, Arpa Music; BMI's Delia Orjuela, AVP, Writer/Publisher Relations, Latin Music; composer/producer Homero Patrón; Gustavo Menéndez, Regional Managing Director, Warner/Chappell Latin America; and Omar Valenzuela, President, Twiins Enterprises