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PMA’s ‘DISRUPTION 2014’ Held at BMI’s NY Office

Posted in News on July 1, 2014
The panelists and BMI representatives behind
The panelists and BMI representatives behind "Disruption 2014" (pictured L-R): BMI's Antonella Di Saverio, SongTrust's Joe Conyers III, The Orchard's Jaclyn Ranere, SonicScoop's David Weiss, moderator Joe Saba, AdRev's Ryan Born, Omni Music's Doug Wood, PMA's Hunter Williams and BMI's Loretta Gadson.

Broadcast Music, Inc. recently hosted the Production Music Association’s (PMA) “DISRUPTION 2014: How To Survive & Thrive In The New Music Industry” at the Company’s New York office. The panel brought together representatives from SongTrust, Omni Music, SonicScoop, and more, to discuss navigating the music industry and strategies for commercial success. Attended by composers, producers, publishers, entrepreneurs and other vested parties, the event is just one example of the work PMA does as the primary advocate and center of the music production community.

Omni Music’s Doug Wood and Universal Production Music’s Gary Gross come together for a photo at the PMA panel in BMI’s New York office.

Steve Shapiro joins composer Albert Behar at PMA’s “Disruption 2014” panel.

The full table of PMA’s “Disruption 2014” panelists in action, including The Orchard’s Jaclyn Ranere, AdRev’s Ryan Born, SongTrust’s Joe Conyers III, Omni Music’s Doug Wood, SonicScoop’s David Weiss and moderator Joe Saba.

SongTrust’s Joe Conyers III, Omni Music’s Doug Wood and SonicScoop’s David Weiss discuss the future of the music industry.

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