Michael Eames & Kay Hanley

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The relationship between Songwriters and Music Publishers is integral to the music business. Representing both sides are Kay Hanley, a songwriter and recording artist who writes music for television shows like Doc McStuffins and Josie and the Pussycats among many other credits, and Michael Eames, co-founder and president of PEN Music, promoting legendary catalogs and indie songwriters alike. Kay and Michael are advocates for new legislation impacting the future of the music industry.  

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