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Music For Television: Industry Trends Examined by the California Copyright Conference January 4, 2010

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Website: http://www.theccc.org
With many exciting changes in the production and placement of music for television, the California Copyright Conference presents “Music in Television: 2010 and Beyond.” The panel discussion will take place the night of January 12 in Los Angeles.

“There are a myriad of opportunities for music in television,” notes Eric Palmquist, Senior Manager Disney Music Publishing and CCC member, “and music professionals need to know every one of them.”

Every musician, composer, songwriter, and music publisher knows that the opportunities in the arena of TV music are balanced by tremendous challenges, including shrinking budgets and increased competition. The CCC has assembled a panel of successful professionals who will address the ways they meet these challenges while positioning themselves for increasing changes in the decade to come.

Panelists for the Program:
*Jason Alexander, music supervisor for “CSI” and “CSI:NY”
*John Keane, composer, “CSI”
*Adam Taylor, president of APM
*Adam Zelkind, composer, “Flavor of Love” and The Surreal Life”
*Shawn LeMone, vice president of ASCAP Film & TV (co-moderator)
*Steve Winogradsky, Esq., partner at Winogradsky/Sobel (co-moderator)

When and Where:
The special CCC program will take place Tuesday, January 12, at the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, 15433 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 (near Sepulveda & Ventura Blvd., just West of the 405 freeway). The parking entrance is on Orion Avenue and parking is free with validation at the event. Check-in is at 6:15 p.m., cocktails begin at 6:30, dinner at 7:00 with the panel to follow.

About the California Copyright Conference:
The California Copyright Conference was established in 1953 for the discussion of copyright-related areas pertaining to music and entertainment. The CCC encourages, fosters and promotes an interest in all materials relating to copyrighting and other protection of intellectual and creative properties.

For more information on The CCC or to register online for the January 12 program, visit http://www.theccc.org or call 818-379-3312.

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Reaching fans and generating income in a digital world are the topics for a special presentation by the California Copyright Conference in Los Angeles.
The CCC event will feature representatives from some of the industry’s top digital companies and content providers.

The program, which offers CLE credit for attorneys, will take place Tuesday, November 10, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Sherman Oaks, California.

“As traditional physical modes of content distribution have seen dramatic revenue declines over the past decade, many have looked to digital distribution as the entertainment industry’s white knight,” notes CCC president Jonathan Rosner.

The program is entitled “Digital Distribution: Generating Interest and Income Using Today’s Internet Tools” and will feature panelists Zahavah Levine, Chief Counsel of YouTube; Kevin Arnold, CEO and Founder of IODA; Matt Burrows, Senior Counsel, Apple iTunes; and and Matt Fitz-Henry, Director of New Media for Walt Disney Records. Co-moderators of the program will be Eric Polin, Sr. VP of Music Publishing for Universal Pictures, and Diane Snyder-Ramirez, VP of Royalty Accounting & Administration for the Royalty Review Council.

About the California Copyright Conference
The California Copyright Conference was established in 1953 for the discussion of copyright-related areas pertaining to music and entertainment. For more information on The CCC or to register online for the November 10 program, visit http://www.theccc.org or call 818-379-3312.