Motion Picture Association of America
The Motion Picture Association of America is the peak body for the major commercial movie companies in America. Their slogan on their website is, "The Voice and Advocate of the Amercian Motion Picture, Home Video and Television Industries". 
- Former CEO - Jack Valenti
The Motion Picture Association of America sponsored "an essay contest in which students competed to write the most creative plan to convince their peers not to download content illegally." Concerned by industry-funded "claims ... that far exceed what copyright is all about," the American Library Association is developing its own copyright issues classroom materials. The National Education Association applauded the ALA, saying students should not "parrot for some corporate agenda." 
- Buena Vista Pictures Distribution(The Walt Disney Company)
- Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc.
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.
- Paramount Pictures Corporation
- Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
- Universal Studios
- Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
Office of the Chairman and CEO
1600 Eye St., NW
Washington, DC 20006
Phone: (202) 293-1966
Fax: (202) 296-7410
Los Angeles office:
15503 Ventura Blvd.
Encino, California 91436
Phone: (818) 995-6600
Fax: (818) 382-1795
(Offices also in New York - Sao Paulo, Brazil - Brussels, Belgium - Singapore - and Toronto, Canada (CMPDA))
Resources and articles
- Daniel J. Edelman, Inc.
- Dan Glickman
- Carolyn Corbin
- Jonathan D. Leibowitz
- Robin Raskin
- R. William "Bill" Murray
- Paul Laxalt
- Barry M. Meyer
- Home page, Motion Picture Association of America, accessed December 2007.
- Katie Dean "Copyright Crusaders Hit Schools, Wired, August 13, 2004.