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- 4/21/16 LA - Publishing A&R In 2016
The success of every artist begins with the song. So in the new music business driven by technology, marketing/brands, streaming and trying to be heard above the noise, how has the art of A&R, co-writing and song plugging been affected? Join us for an insightful discussion on how publishers of various sizes are dealing with the worldwide need for new songs for artists of all types and genres.
- 3/24/16 LA - Music Licensing In A Digital World
Our experienced panelists will discuss the many new types of licenses using music; the negotiation, deal structures and contract clauses of these licenses; and the types of fees and royalties being generated. We will also discuss how this “new world” has significantly changed the licensing process for traditional media. We will cover a wide range of topics such as the download and streaming services; film, television and videogame synch licenses; music in apps; advertising; e-Cards and holograms; interactive dolls and toys; PRO new media negotiations and royalties; Rate Courts and direct licenses - and more!
- 3/23/16 NY - The Rise Of Music Streaming
Music streaming by consumers continues to grow at a tremendous pace. As the major streaming services battle for market supremacy in 2016 and beyond, it is ever-important for music publishers to be well-informed of the varied business models & differentiation of the services involved, and the challenges and opportunities that exist for publishers and songwriters in this space. Meet top executives from Spotify, Pandora, Rhapsody, and Deezer, for a timely discussion of where the streaming business currently is, where it’s going, the challenges to overcome, and how music publishers and streaming services can work together toward building a healthy & vibrant streaming economy that benefits all stakeholders.
- 2/18/16 LA - BLURRED LINES? The New TV Music
There used to be a clear distinction between network TV vs. cable TV. But technology and the ever increasing need to market to and draw in viewers to new and returning series from any “TV” outlet are blurring the lines and in some cases pushing the boundaries of what might feel “traditional.” So how does this affect the music needs and ultimately the music used? Join us for a wide-ranging conversation with experienced music supervisors and executives on how music use in “TV” is being affected by the swirling technological and marketplace changes while still needing to support the storylines.
- 1/21/16 NY - Importance Of Data In Music Publishing
The National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) reported last June that the publishing industry is worth $2.1 Billion Dollars – with a growth in streaming revenues. As streaming revenues continue to grow, with Nielsen reporting that music streaming has grown by 93% in 2015, this means more volume of music is being transmitted and consumed through various traditional, online, mobile and other media outlets and as such, more information or “data” on those uses of music is being collected and tracked. What does this vast increase in data mean for the music publishing industry? This panel will discuss where music publishers acquire data and how they use such data in their businesses.
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