Non-CCC Events

    Whether it’s AAA games like the Grammy-winning “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor” or “Grand Theft Auto VI,”  the music centric games, “Just Dance” and “Guitar Hero,” or games specifically made for mobile, music plays an important and integral part in the gaming world.

    This panel will discuss the many aspects of music in games including pitching songs, the basics of sync licenses, royalty formulas, the creative selection of music in a game, deal structures, the role of music supervisors and music affairs directors, the music team and the composer/conductor/orchestrator experience.

    Our fantastic panel includes Gordy Haab, Award-winning Video Game composer of “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor” and “Star Wars Battlefront II;” Alex Hackford, Music Affairs Director, PlayStation Studios; Alan Meyerson, Award-winning Producer & Engineer; Jake Versluis, Position Music Partner – A&R and Gaming; and Moderator, Todd Brabec, Esq., Adjunct Professor USC, former ASCAP EVP, Co-author “Music, Money and Success.”

    Join us for an engaging and enlightening discussion about music for video games, back at an AIMP favorite, Lawry’s the Prime Rib in Beverly Hills.

    Date & Time
    Aug 1, 2024 02:00 PM in 
    The U.S. Copyright Office is hosting a webinar: Level Up Your Copyright Public Records Search. This sixty-minute webinar will share ways to search copyright public records with the Copyright Public Records System (CPRS) pilot, an easy-to-navigate, highly searchable database. Participants will walk away learning how to leverage CPRS’s many features to conduct simple and advanced searches successfully and information on additional research and support services the Office provides to the public. CPRS is the second component to be made publicly available as part of the Office’s new Enterprise Copyright System. There will be an opportunity for public questions and answers. Participants must register for this Copyright Office webinar. Request ADA accommodations five business days in advance at (202) 707-6362 or Speakers: • Denise Wofford, Assistant Register and Director, Office of Copyright Records, U.S. Copyright Office • George Thuronyi, Deputy Director, Office of Public Information and Education, U.S. Copyright Office • Michael Goldfine, Copyright Specialist, Records Research and Certification Division, U.S. Copyright Office The Copyright Office aims to broaden public awareness of what the copyright system encompasses and how to participate. A cornerstone of our current strategic plan is Copyright for All, and the Office dedicates itself to making the copyright system as understandable and accessible to as many members of the public as possible.


    The PMA’s Production Music Conference is scheduled for September 24-26, 2024 at the Hilton in Universal City, Los Angeles, CA.

    This event will be a FULLY IN-PERSON event, with panel programming streamed live both within the virtual conference platform and within the conference app. The portal system will open on September 2nd!

    Attendees represent 60+ countries, ranging from publishers to composers, technology partners and financial partners, and everything in between. The PMC provides networking and educational opportunities to further advance the value of production music and the industry’s community.

    The PMC celebrates it’s 10th Anniversary this year, so it’s an event you won’t want to miss. We’ll see you there!
    The PMA is offering a 10% discount to CCC members for this year’s event.  Please log in to ‘My Account” and go to ‘Exclusive Industry Discounts’ to get your code!


    2024 SONA Warrior Awards:

    Save the Date!

    Sun. Oct. 6, 2024

    Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA

    Just Announced: Fireside Chat
    Concord CEO Bob Valentine
    & NYU’s Larry Miller
    Tuesday 10/15

    The Future of Music Investments: A Conversation between JKBX’s Scott Cohen & Sam Hendel, Thursday 10/17

    The State of A&R:
    Trusting the Human Touch
    Weds 10/16