The Non-Fiction Producers Association (NPA) will be hosting an all-members meeting at the upcoming Realscreen West conference in Santa Monica.
The June 1 meeting will cover the NPA’s platform and agenda for the coming year, and will also serve as a meeting point for production companies that expressed interest in becoming part of the professional trade body. Tammy Zohar, former vice president of pilot and series production at MTV, has volunteered to meet with prospective members at the event and coordinate membership.
“The NPA is proud to attend Realscreen West with 34 member companies, and expects to close out the conference with even more,” said the board of directors in a statement.
Prospective member companies can contact Zohar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The association is continuing its search for an executive director following the departure of former NATPE president and CEO Rick Feldman from the post earlier this month.