Friday , December 7 2018
Home / Digital Music Forum

Digital Music Forum

“The Impact of Technology on Music Business Today” March 3 at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. A very serious lineup of speakers including:
Chris Gorog, CEO, Roxio
Sean Ryan, CEO, Listen.com
Marc Schiller, CEO, Electric Artists
David Del Beccaro, CEO, Music Choice
Alex Luke, VP, Music Programming, Pressplay
Bryan Biniak, EVP, Moviso
Tim Nilson, VP, Mobile Technology, Sony Music
Mark Ghuneim, SVP, Emerging Technologies, Columbia Records
John Jeffrey, EVP & General Counsel, Live365
Trey Bowles, VP, StreamCast Networks
Donald Katz, Chairman & CEO, Audible.com
Ned Sherman, CEO, Digital Media Wire
Phil Corwin, Partner, Butera & Andrews
Jonathan Potter, Exec. Dir., Digital Media Association
Ted Cohen, VP, EMI Recorded Music
Maureen S. Dorney, Partner, Gray Cary
Chris Amenita, SVP, ASCAP
Richard Conlon, VP, Business Development, BMI
Vincent Peppe, Legal Counsel, Licensing, SESAC
Joe Laszlo, Senior Analyst, Jupiter Media
Paul Sherman, Founder & Editor, Potomac Tech Wire
Nicholas Lehman, VP, Interactive Business Dev., MTV & VH1
David Brudnicki, Sr. Dir., Mobile Multimedia, AT&T Wireless
Dan Rayburn, Editor, Streaming Media, Inc.
Josh Warner, Founder, Like Media
Michael Hausman, Co-Founder, United Musicians
Bob Roback, General Manager, Music, Yahoo! Inc.
David Pritchard, Senior Director, Music, TV and Film, Terra Lycos
Jesse Feder, Policy Planning Advisor, U.S. Copyright Office
Bill Rose, VP/ General Manager, Arbitron Webcast Services
Andrew Rasiej, CEO, Digital Club Network.

Topics include:

    Survivors in the Music-Tech Industry
    The last two years have been tough for everyone, from upstarts to music industry conglomerates. Hear from the survivors to understand what it takes to build a business in the music-tech industry.

    The Digital Copyright Debate
    The digital copyright debate is being fought in the courts and in Congress. Which arguments are succeeding? Which bills are likely to be approved by Congress? Hear from lawyers and execs on the frontline.

    How Artists & Labels Are Using New Technologies
    Major artists are signing on with a new breed of artist-centric indie labels. Hear from the principals to discover what rules have changed, what’s stayed the same and how technology helps them sing a new tune.

    Mobile Music Opportunities: The Coming Wireless Music Revolution
    The market for mobile music is huge but what busy signals face this new industry? Who are the new players? Business models and issues? And how will revenue be shared between telcos, technology companies and music rights holders? Hear from the people who are making sure your phone call gets through with the latest hits.

About Eric Olsen

Career media professional and serial entrepreneur Eric Olsen flung himself into the paranormal world in 2012, creating the America's Most Haunted brand and co-authoring the award-winning America's Most Haunted book, published by Berkley/Penguin in Sept, 2014.Olsen is co-host of the nationally syndicated broadcast and Internet radio talk show After Hours AM; his entertaining and informative America's Most Haunted website and social media outlets are must-reads: [email protected], Facebook.com/amhaunted, Pinterest America's Most Haunted.Olsen is also guitarist/singer for popular and wildly eclectic Cleveland cover band The Props.

Check Also

Cover Revolutionary Threads

Book Review: ‘Revolutionary Threads’ by Bobby Sullivan

'Revolutionary Threads' by Bobby Sullivan undermines its own attempts at revealing some historical truths with its use of questionable source material.