Tuesday , January 25 2022

Digital Music Forum

This forum got a very good reaction last year. It’s kind of expensive, but if you are in the biz, it could be well worth your while. If any of the Big Questions get answered, let me know.

    March 1, 2004 New York City

    This year’s forum focuses on the following questions:

    – Is there a viable business model for selling music online?
    – Can licensed services compete with free downloads from file-sharing
    – Who will be the winners and the losers in the world of online music sales?
    – What is the status of pending lawsuits and legislation concerning digital copyrights? Can the music industry profit from legitimate uses of P2P?
    – How are consumers reacting to new formats for music delivery?
    – Will new formats generate the kind of success that the industry experienced with CDs during the ’80s and ’90s?
    – What are the challenges and opportunities for music industry executives seeking to maximize the potential of the mobile market?
    – What does the future hold for satellite and Internet radio?

    Laura Goldberg – COO, Napster
    Amy Bernstein – Senior Editor, Business 2.0
    Derek Broes – EVP, Worldwide Operations, Altnet
    David Card – VP & Research Director, Jupiter Research
    Scott Cohen – Co-Founder & President, The Orchard Global Media
    Ted Cohen – SVP, Digital Development & Distribution, EMI Music
    Peter Csathy – COO, MusicMatch
    David Del Beccaro – President & CEO, Music Choice
    Maureen Dorney – Partner, Gray Cary
    Roy Elkins – CEO & Founder, Broadjam
    Mark Frieser – CEO & Founder, Consect
    Brian Garrity – Senior Editor, Billboard Magazine
    Jim Griffin – CEO, Cherry Lane Digital
    Ellie Hirschhorn – GM & EVP, MusicNet
    Jeff Howe – Contributing Editor, Wired Magazine
    Scott Kauffman – President & CEO, MusicNow (formerly FullAudio)
    John Kilcullen – President & Publisher, Billboard Magazine
    David Kusek – VP, Berklee Media, Berklee College of Music
    Steven Marks – SVP, Legal and Business Affairs, RIAA
    Tim Nilson – VP, Mobile Technology, Sony Music
    Jonathan Potter – Executive Director, Digital Media Association
    Ty Roberts – CTO, Gracenote
    Sean Ryan – VP, Music Services, Real Networks
    Ned Sherman – CEO & Founder, Digital Media Wire
    Howie Singer – Chief Technology Officer, Warner Music Group
    Steve Schnur – Worldwide Executive of Music & Audio, Electronic Arts
    Perry Solomon – Founder & VP, Strategy, Peppercoin
    Bob Struble – President & CEO, Ibiquity Digital
    Nikke Slight – SVP, New Media, Atlantic Records
    Don Teague – VP, Sales & Marketing, PaymentOne
    Nada Usina – GM, Entertainment & Media Business, Nokia America
    Jim Van Huysse – Executive Director & GM, The AOL [email protected] Network
    Jon Vlassopulos – Sr. Dir., Bus. Dev., AT&T Wireless Mobile Multimedia
    more to come……

    Pre-Registration: $295 (until February 20)
    Registration: $395 (after February 20)

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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.

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