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Daytime Emmy Music Winners Announced

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the winners of the 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Creative Arts Emmy® Awards in a grand gala for over 1,000 attendees at the Westin Bonaventure, in downtown Los Angeles.

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BMI Announces Composing for the Screen 2011: A Film Scoring Mentorship Program

June 30, 2011

Applications are now being accepted for the annual Composing for the Screen course. Sponsored by BMI and directed by composer Rick Baitz, this New York City-based program selects a small number of emerging film composers and provides a series of workshops, followed by year-round continued consultation and development.

Deskew Technologies Releases New Sheet Music Manager For iPad

June 30, 2011

Deskew Technologies LLC has released new versions of Scorecerer featuring support for your own sheet music

Film Music Magazine Launches Featuring Film & TV Composer Studios and Music

June 22, 2011

Film Music Magazine announces the launch of, the magazine’s latest online destination for film and television composers that features photos and descriptions of the studios of working film & TV composers from around the world along with links to the composers and their music.

Angelo Badalamenti and Alf Clausen To Be Honored At 26th Annual ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards June 23

June 14, 2011

Composers Angelo Badalamenti and Alf Clausen will be honored at the 26th Annual ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards, taking place June 23, 2011 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California. Badalamenti will be presented with the distinguished ASCAP Henry Mancini Award and Clausen will receive the prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award. The composers of the most performed film and television music of 2010 will also be honored at the invitation-only event.

LicenseQuote Launches ‘Find Music To License’ Global Stores Feature For The Music And Media Industry

June 14, 2011

On June 6, 2011 LicenseQuote launched its ‘Find Music To License’ global stores search feature for the music and media industry to find music by publishers, brands, catalogs, genres, titles, track description keywords and related tags.

ASCAP Presents “Adventurous Programming” Awards To Orchestras

June 14, 2011

ASCAP (the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) joined the League of American Orchestras in presenting 26 awards to orchestras who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to contemporary composers at a special Awards Presentation held today during the League’s 66th National Conference in Minneapolis.

AFM, AFL-CIO Taking Aim at Employer Bankruptcy Tactics

June 14, 2011

In light of the recent wave of orchestra bankruptcies, the American Federation of Musicians (AFM) has obtained a grant from the AFL-CIO to engage legal counsel to assist and represent locals in bankruptcy matters.

Rock Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter Kris Bell Secures Licensing Deal With Fox and Discovery Networks

June 14, 2011

Rock guitarist/singer/songwriter Kris Bell has secured licensing of his album, “Turn it On, Turn it Up” on Fox and Discovery networks in addition to his previous licensing with MTV.

Film Music Magazine Invites Submissions For New Website

May 29, 2011

Film Music Magazine has announced the upcoming launch of, a new website highlighting the technology and tools used by composers, and is inviting submissions by composers of their studios. The new website will feature photos and descriptions of the technology, hardware and software used in the studios of film, television and video game composers.