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BMI Helps Field Questions at Music Cue Sheet Forum

Posted in News on October 3, 2017

Disney Music Group’s Music Research Team hosted the first annual Music Cue Sheet Forum on August 17 at The Walt Disney Studio lot in Burbank, California. BMI, along with other PROs, participated in the forum that included production representatives from Amazon Studios, BMG, CBS, Fox, Lionsgate, MGM, NBC Universal, Netflix, Sony, Turner and Telepictures/Warner Horizon. The goal of the forum, which was created and moderated by the head of Disney Music Research, Ginia Eady-Marshall, with team members Rob Schneider and Reginald Wilson, was to examine current processes to modernize domestic cue sheet methodologies.

Forum participants included: Ali Koerper (Disney), Shane Sanders (Turner), Karen Moore (Disney), Bernardo Silva (Disney), Kelsey Spelich (NBC Universal), Jaika Lara-Quirt (Netflix), Nick Osztreicher (Netflix), Michael McFadden (NBC Universal), An Cheng (Telepictures), Jackie Simmons (BMI), Bernie Lingle (Sony), Michael Crepezzi (BMI), Sara Pavilionis (SOCAN), Raha Johartchi (Lionsgate), Kristina Sommer (Fox), Merlene Travis (Sony), Jess Villar (Lionsgate), Stephanie Anderson (CBS), Cathy Merenda (Fox), Jonathan Croskrey (Kill the Messenger), Ginia Eady-Marshall (Disney), Shawn LeMone (ASCAP), Ryan Maule (SOCAN), Reggie Wilson (Disney), Andres Noriega (ASCAP), Erin Collins (SESAC), Barbie Quinn (BMI), Tobi Akinwumi (SOCAN), Marc Miller (MGM), Brian Reyes (ASCAP), Rob Schneider (Disney) and Christina Toth and Sean Simmons (Amazon Studios).

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