Should probably be a wordmark, but I'm interested in seeing whatever designers come up with. I did a logo myself 5 years ago that used the B's in the company name as musical flats and incorporated a flower (inspired by "bloom" and the concept that our company is a place where creative ideas flourish). And the center of the flower was a reel of film, suggesting the industry. It ended up being too busy and convoluted conceptually -- too many ideas in one place. (You had to really look at it to grasp it, as opposed to something that grabs the eye and leaves an immediate imprint.) It was also too flat. For reference, my logo can be found here: http://homepage.mac.com/bbmusic/logos/PhotoAlbum23.html.
I'm not opposed to any of the visual concepts here, and would not mind seeing some more powerful utilization of them, but I'm more interested in fresh ideas. In a nutshell, what we do is help music serve moving picture in a creative way; it would be nice if the graphics suggested music, TV or film. Overall, the graphic should be stylish and cool, and somewhat fun, and ideally avoid common/typical representations of music (notes, treble clefs) unless presented in the abstract. I'm looking for an eye-catching and very appealing work of art that music-loving people in my industry will wear on a T-shirt, even if they don't work for me.