MMF-US 25th Anniversary 1993-2018
The Music Managers Forum provides a platform to connect, enhance, and reinforce the expertise and professionalism of music managers. Our goal is to further the interests of managers and their artists in all fields of the music industry, including live performance, recording and music publishing matters.
Join us for a wonderful evening of guest speakers from the advocacy, recording studio and music tech worlds, presenting new perspectives and services to improve, enhance and educate the music managers and our industry colleagues. Music managers will be joined by a variety of other industry professionals including those from record labels, music publishing companies, digital streaming services, and marketing and publicity firms, to network and hear from amazing new entrepreneurs along with industry experts and representatives of the Music Managers Forum - US and the International Music Managers Forum re: latest developments, advocacy efforts, and future initiatives.
November 1st, 2018
6pm to 9pm PT
8730 Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA, 90069
PLEASE RSVP: HERE
by 4pm PT on October 31, 2018
At 25, the MMF-US hopes to expand its membership, and has continued its advocacy with a shared voice for its manager members.
The MMF-US, along with The International Music Managers Forum, the global representatives of managers and artists extends its prayers and heartfelt grief to those concertgoers, families, musicians and everyone in Las Vegas.
The MMF-US along with many other leading music industry associations joined forces to pen an open letter to Donald Trump.
The Department of Justice (DoJ) has dealt a massive blow to America's songwriters. After a two year review of the consent decrees that govern ASCAP and BMI, career lawyers who were never elected nor confirmed to their positions, led by a lawyer who previously represented Google, determined that songwriters should have even fewer rights, less control over their intellectual property and be treated more unfairly than they already are. The Department ignored the voices of copyright experts, members of Congress and thousands of songwriters and delivered a huge gift to tech companies who already benefit from egregiously low rates.
MMF-US President Barry Bergman, was recently quoted in the following article in The Street. Click link below to view the article.
MMF-US President Barry Bergman, released the following statement in support of the Fair Play Fair Pay Act of 2015 introduced by Congressman Jerrold Nadler, Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet, and Congressman Marsha Blackburn, Vice Chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
MMF Members are invited to meet with personal managers from all segments of the entertainment industry nationwide for networking, education and business insight. Then join us for an exciting and memorable evening as we honor the first inductees into the Personal Managers Hall of Fame. All of this April 22-23, 2015, in Greater Palm Springs, California. MMF-US Members receive $50 discount. Click HERE for more information.
Music Managers Forum-US and Women in Music presented The Managers Panel, in accordance to MMF-US’s goal to educate and provide a forum to discuss the issues and problems facing the music industry manager.
Today's music managers are faced with unique challenges. They are not only managing the careers of their artists but also, often times, playing the role of the CEO of a music industry business. Women in Music, in partnership with the Music Mangers Forum US, is proud to present this panel of expert music managers who will address the role a manager plays in today's industry, strategies that work, strategies that don't work, anecdotes to inspire and teach us, the economics of being an artist manager, latest issues that are challenging music managers as well as their artists, and much more.