DMLA Virtual Conference Starts Sunday

Posted on 10/21/2020 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

The first Digital Media Licensing Association (DMLA) virtual conference starts Sunday. Online sessions for the week-long conference will begin most days at 11:00am EDT and end by 5:00pm EDT. All sessions will be available online and you can attend from the comfort of your home. No need to travel.

For a complete schedule of all events see here.  Those wishing to attend any of these sessions can sign up for tickets here. In addition to corporate passes there are individual passes for all the sessions for DMLA members for $560 and non-members $700. ??If you are only interested in attending 6 or fewer session the prices of the pass are $420 for DMLA members for $525 for non-members. Single session passes are $140 for members and $175 for non-members.

Here is a list of some of the people attending.

Adobe Gado Images MGM Resorts International Shutterstock
Agence France-Presse GBH Microsoft Sipa USA
Agency Access Generated Photos Microstock Solutions SmartFrame
Alamy Getty Images Minden Pictures Stocksy
Amazon Global Image Works MJH Life Sciences Storyblocks
Andrea Stern Associates Google Mocha Stock StoryCentric
Austin PBS - KLRU Grant Heilman MotionElements Superstock
Bridgeman Images ImageRights National Geographic Society Synthesia
Capture Imagga Nature Picture Library Tetra Images
CDAS iMATAG North Shore Automation The Mixx NYC
CEPIC Internet Archive Ogilvy The Teaching Company
CGI Backgrounds IPTC Oliver Contreras Titanium Worldwide
Chad Bridwell Consulting iSPY Visuals Orange Logic Trunk Archive
CNN izmocars PBS Austin, Texas 20/20 Software
Danita Delimont Law Offices of Joshua Graubart Permission Machine United Press International
Dflash Learning A-Z PhotoShelter Universal Images Group
Dipchand LLC Loudgain LLC PICHAstock US Copyright Office
Envato LoudSight PicRights Visual China Group
Epic Games Maskot Images Pixsy Wikimedia
Everett Collection MediaStorm Sanders\Wingo YouTube Ads
Fox News Merkley + Partners Science Source  

For more on the conference check out this link.

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