Pictured, from left: Jeff Anthony, SVP of Iron Mountain Entertainment Services; Maureen Droney, Producers & Engineers Wing Managing Director; andBarry Cardinael, Project Manager Iron Mountain Film & Sound Archives. Photo: Greg Campbell; courtesy of The Recording Academy/Wireimage.com.
The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing has renewed its partnership with Iron Mountain Incorporated Entertainment Services. As an official P&E Wing partner, Iron Mountain provides title sponsorship of regional Recording Academy Chapter professional development events. It also serves as a sustaining member of the P&E Wing Manufacturer’s Council, a diverse array of audio-related companies that function as a creative think-tank to address industry issues, including technical best practices, new technology development, preservation of recording assets and creative rights.
“We are very pleased that Iron Mountain will continue to work closely with The Producers & Engineers Wing this year,” states P&E Wing Managing Director Maureen Droney. “Iron Mountain is renowned as a purveyor of best practices related to film and sound archiving, preservation, restoration and transfer, and this ties in perfectly with the music preservation initiatives and intellectual property issues that are fundamental to the P&E Wing. Our partnership has been fruitful, and we look forward to continuing to work with them on professional development events that educate about preserving the past and protecting the future.”
“Iron Mountain has been a partner to the music recording industry for many years, protecting and preserving some of the most important recordings in America’s musical history,” says Jeff Anthony, SVP, Iron Mountain Entertainment Services. “This partnership with The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing will allow us to continue that relationship with the industry while also giving us a platform to advise on, and advocate for, best practices in asset preservation and creative rights management. We look forward to playing an active and important role in helping to shape the future of recorded music.”
For more information, visit www.grammy.org/recording-academy/producers-and-engineers and www.ironmountain.com.