The Producers Guild of America’s Produced by Convention, set for June 6 and seven in Los Angeles is being postponed to a later date out of the present security precautions in place because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Every June, the Produced by Convention takes place at a unique studio. Final yr, it was on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, CA with featured panelist, reminiscent of Warner Bros. Photos Group Chairman, Toby Emmerich and Chairman of Warner Bros. TV Peter Roth, Quibi bosses Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, and Michael B. Jordan and his Outlier Society producing companion Alana Mayo. Most of the panel classes cowl a variety of enterprise matters on the shifting traits in movie, TV and streaming.
The confab has additionally been a spot for burgeoning producers to satisfy established execs of their area, get recommendation and pitch initiatives.
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Learn the PGA’s assertion under:
The Producers Guild of America is constructed on the notion of bringing folks collectively by movie, tv and new media. It additionally serves to guard the pursuits of all members of the manufacturing crew. In an effort to observe the newest authorities recommendation on coronavirus (COVID-19), the PGA is taking all essential precautions and can postpone the 12th annual Produced By Convention scheduled for June 6 and seven in Los Angeles to a later date. The well being and well-being of our members and occasion contributors is our paramount concern. We’re extremely grateful to our companions at Fox Studios, audio system, convention chairs, sponsors, organizers and volunteers who make this annual occasion doable, and we look ahead to working collectively within the coming months. The Guild stays dedicated to persevering with the dialog on matters most essential to producers and may have an replace to share quickly on new methods we can additional these connections throughout this tough time.