Production Music Awards Winners 2016
Best advert, film and television music celebrated at 2016 Production Music Awards
The best and brightest creative talents in the music industry came out in force this evening to attend this year’s Production Music Awards. Hosted by MCPS Production Music, the awards celebrated the most important and influential creators within the production music industry.
Music used in the latest advertising campaigns, films and television programmes were judged by a panel of thirty experts from across the industry who assessed entries based on composition, originality, production quality, and fit to moving image. Twelve composition winners and six sync winners were chosen across 18 categories.
From rock, to ambient, world, hip-hop and folk, to electronic, pop and jazz, the Production Music Awards champion a wide range of genres and cover a cross-section of media platforms including, online viral ad campaigns, drama and factual television, and feature film.
The level of excellence in this year’s submissions just goes to show that the production music industry continues to grow in both quality and confidence. With many of the world’s largest production music libraries in attendance, the standard of competition was incredibly high. Congratulations to everyone nominated.
The Production Music Awards were held in association with MCPS Production Music and sponsored by PRS for Music, Sound on Sound Magazine, The Musician’s Union, Spitfire Audio and production collective, WMP.
The full list of 2016 Production Music Awards Winners can be found at productionmusicawards.com
About PRS for Music
PRS for Music is a world-leading music collective management organisation representing the rights of more than 165,000 talented songwriters, composers and music publishers around the globe. Headquartered in the UK, it works diligently on behalf of its members to grow and protect the value of their rights. With a focus on innovation and integrity, PRS for Music is redefining the global standard for music royalties to ensure creators are paid whenever their musical compositions and songs are streamed, downloaded, broadcast, performed and played in public. In 2022, PRS for Music collected £964m and paid out £836.2m in royalties. prsformusic.com