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9/18/14 LA - BMI: What A DIfference A Year Makes!

Broadcast Music, Inc.’s (BMI) senior management team, including Mike O’Neill, President & CEO; Alison Smith, SVP, Distribution and Administration Services; Michael Steinberg, SVP, Licensing; and Stuart Rosen, SVP and General Counsel will provide an update on BMI, discuss the evolving music industry, BMI’s public comments to the Department of Justice, and what lies ahead. O’Neill will also reflect on his first year at the helm of the company.



7/17/14 LA - Creative Deal Making & Licensing Trends in Film & TV

Industry professionals discuss current trends in the world of licensing music for film & TV and other media. Topics include: How music is licensed in new media (digital, apps, original programming on the web, etc.), bundling or packaging of rights, options vs. buy-outs, fees, restrictions, language and more. Also, what can we expect to see in the future? 



6/14/14 LA - JUSTIFIED: A Case Study Of A Perfect Marriage Of TV & Music

The music team from the acclaimed FX series JUSTIFIED discuss their creative process.  At the end of the panel discussion we will have a performance by special guest Ruby Friedman.  Her rendition of Darrell Scott’s  “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive,” was featured in the 2014’s season closing episode of the show.  Within minutes of the show's closing, Ruby’s amazing rendition garnered over 77,000 Twitter hits.



5/20/14 NY - Pitch Sessions (part 2)
This year’s creative sessions started off with exciting creative insight on April 21st, when two recording artists, Riley Biederer and Claire Wilkinson, who are writing music for their debut albums appeared before the NY songwriting community . They and their reps presented their music and vision for collaboration.  


5/15/14 LA - David Israelite/NMPA on the Future of Music Publishing

We are pleased to have David Israelite also speak to our chapter on his vision for the future of the music publishing industry.  He will include the Songwriter Equity Act legislation, the consent decrees, NMPA litigations, and his philosophy about the value of the song in the music ecosystem.



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