"my publisher takes care of submitting material! also if u know of any producers, you might approach them & let them know what you do! also if u join ASCAP there are a lot of ways & means to get in touch with folks who might be interested in…"
I've been a member of ASCAP since 1983, so I would say go with ASCAP, they have everything covered, as far as I know you don't have to have anything published to join, just go to www.ASCAP.com u can join as either a…"
How ya' doing? thanks for your friendship & let's stay in Tune! PS! nice pics! u look like a great dancer, or the ridims you're dancing to Samba?, rhumba? middle eastern, yea! u guessed it i'm a drummer…"
"Also, last I checked (and this was years ago so correct me if I am wrong) BMI is for-profit while ASCAP is non. I believe ASCAP's fee is for publishing companies only, so if you are not your own publisher (which you should be) then I think…"
How ya' doing? thanks for your friendship & let's stay in Tune! PS! nice pics! u look like a great dancer, or the ridims you're dancing to Samba?, rhumba? middle eastern, yea! u guessed it i'm a drummer alway's tuned to Dancing Angels!
I just started a group called "Screenplays Come Alive". The purpose is to bring small groups of actors and writer's together. I envision selecting one or more screenplays for each meeting, to read and critique. By having actors portray our characters we can strengthen and give them more depth. Writers actually see out work played out and learn from the experience. Actors can gain valuable reading experience for auditions.
I hope youll come join us and let us help our "Screenplays Come Alive". Your literary experience and education would be an invaluable asset.
Kahaualeʻa 2 flow still moving through forest northeast of Puʻu ʻŌʻō, and a lava pond in Puʻu ʻŌʻō. Mar 7, 2014: The Kahaualeʻa 2 flow remains active, and the active flow front is moving through thick forest northeast of Puʻu ʻŌʻō. The flow front today was 7.9 km (4.9 miles) northeast of the vent on […]
Hawaii Wildlife Fund (HWF) and Laupahoehoe Public Charter School’s sixth graders teamed up to spruce up Hilo’s bayfront on Friday. This cleanup was in preparation for Sunday’s Ocean Day Mālama Kanaloa event. In only one hour, 10 students and 5 adults managed to remove 1,082 pieces of trash from the bayfront – approximately 55 lbs […]
Something crazy to do in Kona: Break 3 Guinness World Records on March 15th at the Waikoloa Bowl. La Quinta Inn & Suites is attempting to break three Guinness World Records during their corporate stay here on Hawai`i Island and they seek your help. They will attempt the following: #1 – Longest Human Towel Chain […]
University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo students recently competed in the 9th annual Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) Statewide competition on O`ahu and received several honors that qualified them for the national competition in Orlando, Florida, June 25-28, 2014. The Public Service Announcement Team, categorized as a Teamwork Event, took first place with their 30-second […]