Joel Goodman is an American film composer, music business entrepreneur and educator.
His work has appeared at every major film festival in the world and includes scores to films and television programs that have received 5 Oscar nominations, 20 Emmy awards and over 30 Emmy nominations. Prior to scoring films, Goodman composed music for advertising and produced records, including those for Chuck Mangione, Livingston Taylor and Carla Lother. In 1999, he founded the record label Museum Music and in 2002 co-founded the music licensing and publishing company MusicBox. Goodman conducts university master classes in the US and Europe, is a regular panelist for such organizations as ASCAP, IFP, AFI and SCL amongst others, and currently serves on the board of the Production Music Association, where he is the Chairman of the Performing Rights Committee.
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