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For the second time, FIMPRO, a hub for the newest trends, sounds, and technology in the music business, hosted one of the most significant events for Latin American music. For four days in the city of Guadalajara, Mexico, producers, musicians, scouts, and aspiring talent come together to showcase their work in a space designed for the cultural empowerment and positioning of Latino and Hispanic music entertainment. It’s music for Latinos, by Latinos. This is also the second year I was invited, and it was a thrill to see how this organization has grown.

As a video content producer, and a music enthusiast, it’s always important for me to keep up with the latest movements in the industry, and FIMPRO provides that opportunity. I was invited to speak at a couple of panels, discussing subjects like “How to Convince Music Supervisors” and music opportunities for Latinos in the US market. Guadalajara being one of my favorite cities in the world, I took the time to experience not only all the musical and cultural offerings but also, the food. …


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As a producer I’m constantly searching for new ways to innovate and create the best content possible for The Elevator. A crucial aspect of a good video production is getting the right cinematographer, and that’s why I was fascinated by this latest episode of Ben Consoli’s Go Creative podcast, in which he interviews House of Cards’ fourth season’s cinematographer, Pete Konczal.

I’ve been following Go Creative for a bit over a year, ever since a friend showed it to me in a meetup in New York, and I particularly enjoy how Ben Consoli and I share a mutual admiration for House Of Cards. …

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