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7/21/16 LA - Trailer Music

Since our last film trailer panel a few years ago, there have been many interesting changes in the world of Trailer Music.  The bar is being raised each day for the quality of trailer music and more publishers and libraries are in the mix than ever before. Top names in music are writing for trailers now; “trailerized” cover songs are very popular; sound design, custom music, and overlays are becoming the norm; and the quality in overall production has stepped up tremendously.  What does this all mean for the indie publisher?  Please join us for an informative update from expert panelists in this very important and potentially lucrative niche.



6/8/16 NY - Luncheon Featuring Songwriter Ashley Gorley

Ashley Gorley is a marvel of consistency in a very fickle musical world. Since signing with Combustion Music in 2001, he has amassed over 28 #1 singles, had over 300 cuts, and been named ASCAP’s Country Songwriter of the Year 3 times in 2009, 2014, and 2015.  With mega hits by artists like Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, and Billy Currington, Gorley has been nominated for multiple Grammys, won the ASCAP Song of the year in 2009 for Trace Adkin’s “You’re Gonna Miss This”, and has had #1 singles in each of the last 10 years including an incredible 7 #1s in 2015.  



5/19/16 LA - So, You're A Songwriter ... ?

What are the creative and business challenges songwriters face today where “frankenwriting” is becoming a new industry custom, streaming is the predominant form of exploitation, and 75% of songwriter’s income in the U.S. is regulated by the government through outdated consent decrees and antiquated provisions of the Copyright Act?   These songwriters discuss the challenges of being a successful songwriter in this “new music business” and what they are doing to overcome the challenges.  



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!



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