Thank you to everyone that attended last night's 3rd Annual GMS "State Of Music In Media" Conference Event, held at the beautiful Bovard Auditorium on the USC campus. Special thanks to Dr. Paul Young from the USC Thornton Music Industry Program, moderators John Horn and Steve Schnur - both of whom were thoughtful, knowledgeable and directed their respective conversations beautifully. Additional thank you to the Emmy TV and Videogame panelists who brought enlightenment, humor and wonderful warm energy to the stage. We are thrilled to have a new home at USC and encouraged about bigger and even better events to come.
Without the ABS Collective we would never have been able to put this together, so thank you Angelia Bibbs-Sanders & her wonderful team!
And a very special thanks to our event sponsors: Crucial Music, Disco, Firstcom Music, Imagem, JC3 Media Music, Killer Tracks, Music Alternatives, and Reservoir Media. You are the fuel that keeps the GMS engine running!
We hope to see you all again next year!
Guild of Music Supervisors, in collaboration with the USC Thornton School of Music Industry Program, present the 3rd Annual Guild of Music Supervisors "State of Music In Media" Conference Event
At the USC - Bovard Auditorium at University of Southern California in Los Angeles
Spend the evening on Wednesday, October 11, 2017, with dozens of fellow Guild Members and get in the mix with industry tastemakers including Composers, Publishers, Record Labels, Production Libraries, Attorneys, Recording Artists, Producers, Directors, Music Editors, Entertainment Educators and Studio/Network executives. Be part of the conversations that will help shape our industry!
We are partnering with the USC Thornton Music Industry Program for a special night celebrating the new Outstanding Music Supervision Emmy category, featuring ‘Better Call Saul’ Creators and Show Runners Vince Gilligan & Peter Gould, 'Master of None' Music Supervisors Zach Cowie and Kerri Drootin, 'Girls' Music Supervisors Manish Raval and Jonathan Leahy, among other exciting speakers, with additional programming to be announced soon.
To check out previous GMS ‘State of Music in Media’ event programming, click here: 2016 or 2015
If you would like to help produce the event we need volunteers! Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please help spread the word to your friends and colleagues by sending them to the event website: http://www.gmsmediaconference.com/