LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--For the first time, film and television music professionals who were unable to travel to Los Angeles to attend the 5th annual The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference have the opportunity to hear from many of the keynote speakers and panelists by downloading the APM Film & TV Music Podcast at www.apmmusic.com/musiccon
The APM Film & TV Music Podcast series explores the business of film and television music production and licensing through exclusive interviews with video game, film and television music supervisors, composers and editors, and has become the leading podcast series on the subject with tens of thousands of listeners.
“We are excited to be extending the reach of our conference through emerging media,” said Tamara Conniff, Executive Editor at Billboard. “APM has done a tremendous job producing and distributing a podcast designed specifically for film and television music professionals and we are honored to be distributing exclusive one-on-one interviews with this year's conference panelists to their audience.”
APM Music (http://www.apmmusic.com) , the largest provider of music for use in film, television, radio, video games and new media production, has produced a series of episodes from the conference which feature one-on-one interviews with composer Danny Elfman, composer Terence Blanchard, music supervisor Maureen Crowe, Fox Music President Robert Kraft, agent Laura Engel, recording artist Olivia Newton-John, Universal Music Mobile VP Rio Caraeff, composer Jesper Kyd, Universal Music Publishing VP Film & TV Music Brian Lambert, Grey Worldwide SVP of Music Josh Rabinowitz, director Tom Tykwer and many others. The interviews were conducted by Billboard's Tamara Conniff (Executive Editor) and The Hollywood Reporter's Jeff Bond (Contributing Writer), Kevin Cassidy (Features Editor), Ada Guerin (Reporter), and Paula Parisi (Editorial Director, Features).
“When we first started The Film & TV Music Podcast Series earlier this year, our vision was to make the viewpoints and ideas of some of the most respected names in the film and television music industry easily accessible, on demand,” said Adam Taylor, President of APM. “By capturing the knowledge and experience these experts have to share with film and TV music professionals, we hope to contribute positively to the industry in giving others the chance to share their expertise.”
These special episodes will be released on a weekly basis via RSS subscription, digital download and live audio stream at www.apmmusic.com/musiccon. The podcast is also available through iTunes, Yahoo! Podcasts, Odeo, Podcast Alley and other podcast syndicates. Listeners are encouraged to send feedback and suggestions for future episodes to email@example.com.
The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference took place on November 14th and 15th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. The first podcast episode from the conference is made available for download on Monday, November 20th. Each episode will feature a new, one-on-one exclusive interview. New episodes are planned to be released regularly, on a weekly basis.
About APM Music
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About The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference
The 5th annual Film & TV Music Conference took place November 14-15, 2006 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. The two-day event featured sessions and panels on music for film, TV, Internet, gaming, commercials and other industry-related topics. For more information, please visit: http://www.billboardevents.com/billboardevents/filmtv/index.jsp
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