New Pants Publishing (ASCAP)
Robert A. Case, President of New Pants Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) Old Pants Publishing, Inc.(BMI)and New Pants Music, (SESAC) graduated from the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver with an Associate’s Degree in Business, with a focus on the Music and Video Business. His songwriter's songs have appeared in Film/TV shows placements including Lions Gate Pictures,The JAX Company Film 5IVE, CW Network, ESPN, Fox Sports, NBC, Friday Night Lights, the CBS/VHI Universal HD show Love Monkey, One Life to Live on ABC Daytime, the Soap Network, Imagem Music Group, and South Park on Comedy Central in the US and Internationally in Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Asia.
He has appeared nationally and internationally as a speaker on many music panels and workshops including: Songsalive US Chapters and Songsalive Australia,The Billboard Film/TV/Conference, The Taxi Road Rally Los Angeles,The CMJ Music Marathon, Cutting Edge Music Conference and The Australian Songwriters Conference. In addition he consulted on the music soundtrack and documentary film "Forgotten Songs: The Current & History of Las Vegas Live Musicians in the Music Business."
Mr. Case and companies are proud members of ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, Sound Exchange, The Recording Academy. NATPE- National Association of Television Program Executives, AIMP -Association of Independent Music Publishers, ACM- Academy of Country Music CMA Country Music Association, PMA - Production Music Association, NARIP- National Association of Record Industry Professionals, Colorado Film and Video Association, AMOA, NATAS, NAC, and an Associate member of the American Bar Association, Entertainment and Sports Forum, Intellectual Property Law Section.
Events featuring Robert Case
Wednesday, Oct 16
1:00PM - 3:00PM
Crested Butte Room
The world is changing all around us, and it’s in our best interest – and crucial to any company’s success – to incorporate these shifts into our businesses. Media inclusivity means so many things, including bringing diversity into all elements of production, from concept to script to screen to delivery.
In this roundtable discussion, we’ll hear from a group of presenters representing diversity based on race, age, physical abilities, education and opportunity who will share their stories, and encourage the audience to participate based on their own experiences, questions, and shared input.
This is an important, NEW element of AVX that is part of the national conversation, as well as a key part of the media industry right here in the Rocky Mountains.