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February 24, 2016

Time: 11:30AM-1:00PM

The State of Independent Music Publishing 2016

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST - THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT !!

Attendees must register (and pay where applicable) to be considered RSVPed.

 

With streaming surpassing downloads and physical product becoming a footnote, what does this new music royalty climate mean for publishers?  And how does this affect the deals they make?

 

Join us for a discussion with some of Nashville’s top independent publishers Mark Brown, Marc Driskill, Chris Farren and Steve Markland to get their perspectives.   

 

 

 

THANK YOU as always to our main sponsor Fifth Third Bank !!

Panelists

Mark Brown
VP & GM Nashville // Round Hill Music

Marc Driskill
VP & GM // Sea Gayle Music

Chris Farren
President // Combustion Music

Steve Markland
VP of A&R // Downtown Music Publishing

Moderators

John Allen
President // New West Records/Publishing

AIMP Panel

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ASCAP - Connie Bradley Board Room
2 Music Square West
Nashville, TN 37203

Most AIMP panels are free (and others heavily discounted) to members.  If you wish to become an AIMP member, you can join here.  Base level membership is $75.00.  Should you have any issues, email NAinfo@aimp.org for assistance.

 

Please note that ASCAP no longer has parking in their garage available to luncheons. Those attending may park in the outside lot (limited spots available) or on the street.

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