The Fourth Edition of the Tenerife International Film Music Festival, FIMUCITÉ, will present the world premiere of Bear McCreary’s The Battlestar Galactica Symphony on Friday, July 9, 2010
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Bennett Lincoff’s comments to the US Copyright office on a new system of music licensing
Composer Joel Goodman Launches Urgent Signature Drive After Being Rejected By ASCAP For Board of Directors Election Ballot
After having been rejected last week by ASCAP’s Nominating Committee, veteran NY film/TV composer Joel Goodman has announced an urgent signature drive in an effort to earn a position on the ASCAP Board of Directors election ballot. 1,792 signatures on petitions must be sent by postal mail and email by December 24 in order to meet ASCAP’s tight deadline.
In September of 2011 the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program merged with the Seattle Film Institute – the Northwest‘s largest film school. Under the SFI umbrella, which already offers an MA in Film Producing and an MFA in Filmmaking, we are now offering the first and only one year Master of Music (MM) in Film Composition in the United States.
ASCAP and RightsFlow, the leading licensing and royalty service provider, have entered into a partnership to offer mechanical licensing services to ASCAP’s nearly 400,000 songwriter, composer and publisher members through RightsFlow’s Limelight online utility
The American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada (AFM) has announced the appointment of Kenneth Shirk of Local 99 (Portland, OR) to serve as Assistant to the President for the Western United States
ASCAP honored the composers of the top box office film music and the most performed television music of 2009 at its 25th anniversary Film and Television Music Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles
16 SOCAN composers have been nominated for the 25th Anniversary Gémeaux Awards, celebrating excellence in Quebec television
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