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November 19, 2014

Time: 5:30 - 7:00pm

New York Is Music

New York Is Music is a coalition of over 100 music businesses and organizations supporting the growth of New York’s music industry.

They recently announced their first initiative, the Empire State Music Production Tax Credit (ESMPTC), with New York State Assemblyman, Joseph R. Lentol (D - North Brooklyn).  Please join us in a conversation with Assemblyman Lentol, Downtown Music Publishing’s CEO, Justin Kalifowitz and New York Is Music Co-Founder Bill Harvey to

discuss: 

• The size, scope and economic impact of New York's music industry

• Local issues affecting business development and job growth

• What other regions are doing to attract and develop music industry

• Opportunities for the music industry to collaborate with the city and state

To learn more about New York is Music, please visit NYIsMusic.org.

Panelists

The Honorable Joseph R. Lentol
NY State Assemblyman (D - N. Brooklyn)

Bill Harvey
Artist, Designer, Musician and co-founder of NY IS Music

Moderators

Justin Kalifowitz
CEO, Downtown Music Publishing and co-founder of NY IS Music

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Jolly Madison Hotel Towers
22 East 38th Street
New York, NY 10016

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