Billboard + Hollywood Reporter 2014 Film & TV Music Conference Scheduled Nov. 5, 6

Planning for the 2014 Billboard + Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Music conference officially kicked off with the annual Advisory Board Luncheon on June 19 at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. This year’s conference is expanding from years past, moving to the Globe Theatre on the Universal Studios lot on Nov. 5 and 6. 

The Advisory Board comprises a group assembled by Billboard Senior Correspondent Film & TV Phil Gallo each year to help guide the programming for the conference. The luncheon marks conference season's first official event. 

Subjects ranged from the conference venue to hot button issues facing the industry that the conference's programming must cover, as well as who to consider for the guest Q&A bookings and potential nominees for this year's THR Maestro Award.

The Billboard + Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Music conference will feature dynamic Q&As with some of the biggest names in music placement, informative panel discussions and intimate networking opportunities.

Registration is currently underway here, with a Billboard Biz discount $50 dollars off current rates.

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Phil Gallo announces to the group Lynne Segall's appointment as the new Executive Vice President and Group Publisher of both Billboard & The Hollywood Reporter.Arnold Turner/A.TurnerArchives

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Advisory board members (bottom row from left) Jeff Jernigan, Associate Director of Film/TV, ASCAP; Carianne Marshall, Partner, Songs Music Publishing; John Anderson, CEO, Hunnypot, Erin Collins, VP of Film/TV, SESAC; Rob Messinger, Partner, First Artists Management; Ray Costa, Owner, Costa Communications, Nora Felder, Music Supervisor, Picture Music Co.; Phil Gallo, Senior Correspondent for Film/TV, Billboard; and (top row from left) Dara Meyer, Director of Events and Conferences, Billboard; Elizabeth Hurst, Operations Manager of Events and Conferences, Billboard; Richard Glasser, Executive in Charge of Film/TV; The Weinstein Company; Lynne Segall, EVP, Group Publisher, Billboard & The Hollywood Reporter; Laura Engel, Principal, Kraft-Engel Management; Shirley Halperin, Music Editor, Billboard & The Hollywood Reporter; Doreen Ringer-Ross, VP of Film/TV, BMI; PJ Bloom, Music Supervisor/Soundtrack Producer/Partner, Neophonic, Inc. and Aki Kaneko, Director of Special Features & West Coast Sales, Billboard. (not pictured: Steve Vincent, VP of Music and Soundtracks, Disney ABC Cable Networks)Arnold Turner/A.TurnerArchives


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