Dominic Messinger is an American television composer. He began his work in soap opera music on General Hospital , and has since composed for reality series and documentaries including Intervention , Brace for Impact , and for Nickelodeon's teen drama Hollywood Heights . He has won 14 Daytime Emmy Awards. 
Nielsen Holdings Inc. is an American information, data and market measurement firm. Nielsen operates in over 100 countries and employs approximately 44,000 people worldwide.
Gonzalo Rubalcaba is an Afro-Cuban jazz pianist and composer.
Irreemplazable is the first extended play (EP) by American singer Beyoncé. Comprising Spanish, English and Spanglish re-recordings of songs from her second studio album B'Day (2006), it featured as a bonus disc for the North American deluxe edition of B'Day, before being released separately on August 28, 2007 through Columbia Records and Music World Entertainment. It was produced by Cuban American musician Rudy Pérez who also helped with writing the songs in Spanish. Copies purchased from Walmart also contain a DVD featuring a Beyoncé's concert, television performances and behind-the-scenes footage.
"Amarte Es un Placer" is a song recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel and the fourth and final single from his album of the same name (1999). Released in 2000, it was written by Juan Carlos Calderón, while production was handled by Miguel. Lyrically, "Amarte Es un Placer" deals with a narrator describing the pleasures of being enamored with his lover.
Rick Rhodes was an American musician and television composer. His music for TV shows including Santa Barbara, Another World and Guiding Light won a total of five Emmy Award. In 2005, he died of brain cancer at the age of 54.
Wes Boatman is an American television composer.
John D'Andrea is an American television composer, arranger and music writer.
Robbie Kondor is an American composer, session musician, and arranger. He has worked as a composer on The Significant Other, Ball In The House, Sally Jessy Raphael, Happiness (1998), The Suburbans (1999), Forever Fabulous (1999), Drawing Angel (2001), Series 7: The Contenders (2001), Home Delivery (2004) and Equality U (2008). He has worked as a producer for The Sum of All Fears (2002), and as an arranger on Beaches (1988), and the 32nd Annual Grammy Awards (1990).
Gary Kuo is an American composer and violinist. He has worked as a composer on Another Night (2003), As the World Turns and All My Children. He played the violin for the film The Glass Shield in 1994, and instructed on the violin for Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance that same year.
Welcome To The Edge is the second solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Billie Hughes, released in Japan in 1991 by Pony Canyon. The title song "Welcome To The Edge" with the Japanese title "Todokanu Omoi"とどかぬ想い appeared as the theme song of the Japanese Fuji TV drama I’ll Never Love Anyone Again (もう誰も愛さない), and became the #1 International Single of the Year in Japan in 1992.
The year-end charts for the Hot Latin Songs chart are published in the last issue of Billboard magazine every year. Initially, the chart was based on information provided by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems, which collected airplay information from Latin radio stations in the United States. On the week ending October 20, 2012, the methodology was changed to track the best-performing Spanish-language songs based on digital downloads, streaming activity, and airplay from all radio stations in the country. The Year-End charts represent aggregated numbers from the weekly charts that were compiled for each artist, song and record company.
"Amor Mío, ¿Qué Me Has Hecho?" is a song released by Spanish singer-songwriter Camilo Sesto as the first single from his studio album A Voluntad del Cielo (1991). The song was written and produced by Sesto with additional production by Augusto César and became Sesto's first number-one hit in the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart.
Jason Lehning is an American producer, composer, musician and mixer/engineer living in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Nelons are an American southern gospel group based in Atlanta, Georgia. Group members are Kelly Nelon Clark, her husband Jason Clark, and Kelly's daughters Amber Nelon Thompson and Autumn Nelon Clark. The Nelons were inducted into the Gospel Music Association (GMA) Hall of Fame in 2016.
Shep Crawford is a Grammy Award-winning American R&B and gospel musician, songwriter, and record producer best known for Whitney Houston's "Same Script, Different Cast", Deborah Cox's "Nobody's Supposed to Be Here", Tamia's "Stranger in My House", Sisqó's "Incomplete", and Kelly Price's "As We Lay". He is the founder and pastor of The Experience Christian Ministries in Los Angeles, California.
Eduardo Gutiérrez del Barrio, known professionally as Eddie del Barrio, is an Argentinian composer, arranger, songwriter, and pianist. He is a founding member of the jazz fusion band Caldera. He has collaborated with Earth, Wind & Fire, Stan Getz, Herb Alpert, and Dianne Reeves.