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June 16, 2010

Time: 12:00 - 2:00PM

Indie View From the Top

Please join us for what will certainly be an informative and lively discussion of the state of the music publishing business today, from the perspective of some of the most significant independent music publishers in the industry.  Moderated by Susan Butler, Executive Editor of Music Confidential and formerly Billboard's Music Publishing columnist, our panelists will include John Rudolph, Ralph Peer,  Jody Klein, Matt Pincus,  Peter Primont, and Andre de Raaff.  Look forward to hearing them update us on all of the challeges, issues, and new developments they face in today's business .
 
This is a prepaid event and seating will be limited.  Reservations must be prepaid by credit card or check received no later than June 11th.
 

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Please note that this event is at a new venue for us.

 

Panelists

Jody Klein
CEO of ABKCO Music & Records

Ralph Peer
CEO of peermusic

Matt Pincus
CEO of Songs Music Publishing

Peter Primont
Member of the Supervisory Board of BMG

Andre de Raaff
CEO of Imagem Music Group

John Rudolph
CEO of Bug Music

Moderators

Susan Butler
Executive Editor, Music Confidential

AIMP Special Event

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Cornell Club
6 E. 44th St.
New York, NY

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