Erik Huey, the current Senior Vice President for Government Affairs at the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) sits and chats with Q score host Jonathan McHugh. As Senior Vice President, Erik oversees the entire federal and state government relations operations of ESA. Huey speaks to McHugh about the history of Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the synergy between music and the video games as well as his band The Surreal McCoys.
Huey’s rich career includes policy debates involving issues such as protecting domestic film production, combating digital theft of copyrighted content, expanding broadband deployment, and preserving artists’ First Amendment rights. In 2007, The Hollywood Reporter named him one of the “100 Most Influential Media & Entertainment Lawyers” in its annual “Power Lawyer” issue.
Jonathan McHugh has spent over two decades working in film, TV and music. Mchugh’s background ranges from record and film company marketing and promotion, producing music themed film and TV shows, to years of music supervision and soundtrack production. McHugh continues to stay active in the industry and bridge the gap between, music and visual media.
Each week on Q Score, Jonathan McHugh takes us behind the scenes of the film and television music we love. McHugh illuminates the process of matching composers, songs, and score to specific scenes by talking to the music supervisors responsible for creating the magic.
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