Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) Nashville Chapter Announces An All Star Line Up for its Inaugural Meeting
NASHVILLE – March 2, 2012 – The Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) Nashville Chapter and Fifth Third Bank present an all-star panel on the post-Napster reality of how indie publisher’s are successfully exploiting and monetizing copyrights in many different ways by adapting quickly to the ever-changing technology and a social media culture.
The all-star panel includes Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, Keith Stegall of Bigger Picture Music Group; John Strohm, Senior Counsel of Loeb and Loeb who represents Grammy Award winning duo The Civil Wars; Record label executive David Macias of Thirty Tigers; Producer and label executive of Carnival Music, Frank Liddell; and songwriter/music publisher Chris DuBois of Sea Gayle Music and Sea Gayle Records. John Allen, VP of BMG Chrysalis will serve as moderator.
This conversation with industry leaders will prove to be provocative as they discuss where they see the music industry evolving and how to adapt and thrive in it.
The panel discussion will be held on Monday, March 26th from 4 – 6 p.m. at Cabana Restaurant located at 1910 Belcourt Ave, Nashville, TN 37212.
All members of the music community are encouraged to register for chapter membership to this event and all events sponsored by the AIMP. Please log ontoww.aimp.org/members/tiers_NA">http://www.aimp.org/members/tiers_NA to register.
Mark your calendars now for our 2nd panel discussion focusing on Film/TV music supervision in June.
About AIMP Nashville
AIMP Nashville’s mission is to present quarterly educational/networking events that offer independent publishers and the Nashville music community collectively a quality source of education and business development that supports their businesses in the face of the dynamic challenges of a globally driven music industry.
About the AIMP
The Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) is a non-profit organization providing education and information on the most current topics, trends and practices in the music publishing industry. Formed in 1977 by a group of Los Angeles music publishers, the AIMP has chapters in Los Angeles, New York and Nashville, that host regular panel discussions, workshops, networking opportunities and special events. Its membership is comprised of professionals in the music publishing and entertainment industries, including independent music publishers and publishers affiliated with record labels, motion picture and television production companies, music supervisors, songwriters, artist managers, marketing executives, as well as legal and accounting professionals.