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10th Annual 'State of Music in Media’ Conference - A Legacy of Innovation: Honoring the Past, Shaping the Future

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The Guild of Music Supervisors (GMS) is a nonprofit volunteer-led organization providing advocacy, community, and continued professional training for music supervisors and those in surrounding fields.

Our 10th Annual "State Of Music In Media" Conference will take place on August 17th, 2024 at West LA College in Culver City, CA. The Conference was established to provide an environment in which the knowledge, resources, and skills specific to music supervision are expanded and shared as a means to sustain the highest level of professionalism and evolve the collective expertise.

This event is open to Members and Friends of the Guild only. If you are not yet involved in our community, please purchase the New Friend of the Guild Bundle to gain one year subscription with your ticket purchase.

Current Members & Friends of the Guild: please check your inbox for your own special discount access code! 

Please note: If you have not paid your dues you will need to settle your amount due before gaining access to discounted tickets.

GMS Conference ticketing and registration closes on Friday, August 7th, 2024, 6 p.m. PT!

Thank you for supporting GMS by purchasing in-person or virtual tickets! 


The Guild of Music Supervisors

The Guild of Music Supervisors (the “GMS”) is a highly respected trade organization whose members are comprised of those most accomplished in the craft of music supervision. In order to promote a diverse, inclusive, respectful and safe environment, GMS requires that its members, Friends of the Guild, sponsors, invitees, guests, contractors, employees, and affiliates comply with this Code of Conduct (the “Code”) and any applicable rules and regulations issued by GMS. All GMS members, Friends of the Guild, sponsors, invitees, guests, contractors, employees, and
affiliates acknowledge and agree to:

1. Behave in a courteous, professional, and respectful manner towards others, including GMS employees, staff, contractors, vendors, sponsors, and/or persons visiting or working in GMS’ and its affiliates’ offices, meetings, or events.

2. Respect the rules and property of all organizations and venues hosting, sponsoring, or managing events of or on behalf of GMS and its affiliates.

3. Communicate differences of opinion regarding GMS matters in a professional manner with due regard for the disparate viewpoints of others.

4. Refrain from threatening or engaging in any form of abuse, including verbal and physical abuse, bullying, harassment and/or discrimination, including, without limitation, on the basis of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, disability, age, religion, or any other protected classifications. This applies to verbal, physical and/or written interactions.

5. Refrain from engaging in unruly, disruptive, lewd, illegal, or unethical conduct at GMS’ meetings, events, or offices.

6. Refrain from engaging in conduct that is harmful to the standing, reputation, welfare, and best interests of GMS or its members, Friends of the Guild, sponsors, and affiliates.

7. Refrain from endangering the health or safety of others in connection with GMS events or

8. Refrain from interfering with the duties or authority of GMS’ and its executives, contractors, staff, officers, directors, agents and employees.

9. Refrain from using affiliation with GMS to profit, including but not limited to , by offering to sell or selling the GMS membership list (which is strictly confidential) unless agreed to, in writing, in advance by GMS (i.e., sponsorship deals).

10. Keep in strictest confidence any confidential, proprietary or otherwise sensitive information or materials concerning or relating to GMS except where authorized, in advance, by GMS in writing. Refrain from communicating with the media regarding the actions, decisions, business, or affairs of GMS or its affiliates except where authorized, in advance, by GMS in writing.

11. Refrain from making commitments or speaking on behalf of GMS except where authorized, in advance, by GMS in writing.

12. Not to use or allow any third party to use any of the trade names, trademarks, titles or logos belonging to GMS in connection with any product or service or for any other purpose whatsoever without the prior written consent of GMS in each instance.

13. Comply with GMS’ voting solicitation guidelines and ticketing guidelines.

14. Advise and require their invitees, guests, employees, contractors, and/or agents to comply with the Code.

Reports regarding a violation of the Code will be guided by the following process:

1. Alleged violations of the Code should be reported to GMS will protect the confidentiality of such reports to the extent possible.

2. The person reporting the alleged violation must have first-hand knowledge of the circumstances or facts.

3. If GMS finds that any individual has violated the Code, been indicted or convicted of a crime, including, without limitation, a felony or crime of moral turpitude, or compromised the integrity of GMS by their actions (as determined by GMS in its sole discretion), GMS may take any adverse action, including without limitation, admission to or ejection from GMS events, or the denial, suspension, or expulsion from GMS’ membership or affiliation, subject to notice and an opportunity to be heard before GMS makes a determination, only if required by law, GMS’ Bylaws, or in GMS’ sole discretion.

4. Subject to the procedure set forth in the Bylaws or as otherwise required by law, GMS retains its independent duty and authority to address and take action on any matter related to an individual’s status and to enforce the Code.

The Code is subject to change, and may be amended, supplemented, or superseded (including,
without limitation, by any one or more separate policies) without notice except where required
by law.

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