Georgia Department of Revenue Letter Ruling

December 2nd, 2011

The Georgia Department of Revenue (GDOR) has provided a letter ruling on the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act. The ruling confirms that music produced in Georgia for qualified film and television productions will qualify as an attributable expense. This ruling clears the way for the state and GMP to promote the tax benefits of music production for film and television …






Arnall Golden Gregory’s Andrew Schutt Joins Georgia Music Partners’ Board of Directors

August 5th, 2011

ATLANTA, July, 2011 — Arnall Golden Gregory attorney Andrew J. Schutt has been named to the Board of Directors of Georgia Music Partners (GMP), a nonprofit organization that promotes the music industry in Georgia. Mr. Schutt, a Partner in Arnall Golden Gregory’s Corporate Practice Group, is a member of the firm’s Economic Development and International Business Practice Teams, and leads …






April 25th, 2011

Study Puts Georgia Music Industry’s impact at $3.7 billion  B. William Riall, Ph.D. study cites industry contributing 19,955 jobs More than $313 million collected in state and local tax revenue First comprehensive study on Georgia’s music industry since 2006 ATLANTA, April 25, 2011 — Georgia Music Partners, Inc. (GMP) today announced the availability of “Economic and Fiscal Impact Analysis of …






October 25th, 2010

Contact: Scott Mills, APR 678-781-7201 scott@williammills.com Advocacy Group Seeks Economic Development for State’s Music Business • Georgia Music Partners Established to facilitate tax incentives not covered in successful 2008 Georgia Entertainment Incentive Act • Increase economic impact and create jobs from music related businesses and productions • Encourage investment in music technology ATLANTA, December 16, 2010 — Georgia Music Partners, Inc. …






Welcome to the GMP Official Website

October 16th, 2010

Mission Statement – Georgia Music Partners promotes the business of music and related music technology in the state of Georgia through the development of a supporting workforce and applicable educational opportunities. We believe that Georgia’s music industry is among the largest and most diverse in the nation. In the past 20 years, we have experienced unprecedented growth. Our unique music …