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Upcoming Music Industry Events

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I might lose my voice over the next few weeks as I join many of you fine people attending and participating in a number of upcoming music industry conferences.
 
If any of the following sparks your interest, I’d be delighted to see your face in these space:
4/27, 4/27, 4/30 – Music Industry Entrepreneurship Masterclass (Online)
Not a conference, but informational nonetheless. Enrollment is now open until 4/25 for my live online masterclass, with 3 sessions available to choose from each day on 4/27, 4/28, and 4/30. This masterclass is an “essentials” version of my Billboard-recognized Music Industry Entrepreneurship course, which I develop and teach at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. (Attend)
05/03 – ASCAP “I Create Music” Expo (Los Angeles)
I will moderate the panel, “Learn To Earn: New Royalty Opportunities For Musicians, Vocalists, Producers and Engineers,” with Richard James Burgess (A2IM), Maureen Droney (The Recording Academy), Dan Navarro (National Recording Artist), and Stefanie Taub (AFM & SAG-AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund) who will be discussing new royalty opportunities for music creators. (Attend)
05/07 – Music Biz 2019 (Nashville)
Join me in discussion with Warner Music Group’s Chief Innovation Officer, Scott Cohen, on the topic “Music 2020: The Next Era of Innovation in the Music Industry.” (Attend)
05/15 – Amplify Music in Our Los Angeles (UCLA)
I will moderate the panel, “Music Tech Investors and Incubators — Investing in the LA Music Tech Scenes” with Josh Remsberg (Capitol Music Group’s Capitol360 & gBeta Music Tech), Jen Hall (Techstars Music), Jonathan Wallace (Expert Dojo), Michael Frick (The Rattle LA), and Leah Nanni (Startup UCLA & Blackstone LaunchPad) who will be discussing empowering and investing in tech entrepreneurs in the music industry in Los Angeles. (Attend)

Dae Bogan To Moderate Panel On Los Angeles Music Startup Scene With Capitol360, Techstars Music, Expert DOJO, The Rattle LA, And Startup UCLA / Blackstone Launch Pad At UCLA’s Amplifying Music In Our Los Angeles Conference On| May 15th, 2019

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Amplifying Music in Our Los Angeles

A Conference Amplifying and Connecting the Music Scenes of Los Angeles

Host: Center for Music Innovation at UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music

Location: Charles E. Young Research Library Auditorium, UCLA North Campus

Time: 9 am – 4:30 pm

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Cost: Free for Registered Attendees


How can we support Los Angeles’ music scene(s) and work together to continue to create something robust, diverse, and dynamic in this changing era?

This day-long conference expands the conversation of how Los Angeles can grow and connect/collaborate around its diverse music scenes. If other cities are challenged by gentrification in having vibrant live music scenes, (a) why is Los Angeles seeming to be growing, despite these difficulties and (b) how we we enhance and amplify this growth?

Background

This Conference is the second in a series of events that UCLA Center for Music Innovation is holding with this Future of Music in LA focus across 2019 across LA, so we welcome you to be involved in those programs as well.

On February 6th, the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs held a half-day Symposium as part of its February COMPOSE LA series of events. With partners that included UCLA’s Center for Music Innovation, they brought together different voices across Los Angeles and music to talk about the future of Music in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles is a complex environment. From panels and provocations, we came up with many things that weren’t right within the overall ecosystems in terms of policy, permitting, and procedures. We also explored our very vibrant environment that seems to be growing — despite the systemic challenges.

The Invitation

We invite the community gather again on May 15th at UCLA to both expand the conversation and to add new voices into the mix. We’re going to include people joining us from video conference from other cities and locations. We’re going to include new parties — and parties with different perspectives. And we’re going to include roundtable conversations, where the conversation will come out into and with the audience.

We invite you to join us for this community event at the Charles Young Research Library at the UCLA campus. The event will be free, along with the support from our community and marketing sponsors.

The Schedule

Sessions and the full schedule will be posted mid-April.

 

FREE REGISTRATION (INCLUDING ONLINE STREAMING OF CONFERENCE)

ASCAP Expo & Music Biz 2019 – Are You Going?

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On May 3rd, I will be moderating a panel on the Music Modernization Act at the ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO 2019 and on May 7th, I will be giving a presentation on innovation in the music industry at the Music Biz 2019. Let’s connect!

• ASCAP “I Create Music” Expo – The Music Modernization Act’s Impact On Music Creators And Who Gets Paid (https://www.facebook.com/events/362222397967522/)

• Music Biz 2019 – Music 2020: The Next Era of Innovation in the Music Industry (https://www.facebook.com/events/2255967711328528/)

House of Blues Music Forward Foundation’s Bringing Down the House Seeks Young Emerging Artists

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House of Blues Music Forward Foundation‘s Bringing Down the House is a chance for talented musicians, ages 14-20, to connect with music industry insiders through interactive workshop sessions and showcase your talent on legendary stages.
 
Six to eight Bands or Solo Artists in four cities will be selected to participate.
 
This opportunity is being offered free-of-charge to musicians in: Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans
 

Dae Bogan To Join Panel On Artist Management In The Streaming Era At The Business Of Music Conference

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I am looking forward to joining a number of colleagues at Music Industry Quarterly Magazins (MIQ) & Urban Network Digital’s the 5th annual The Business of Music Conference and speaking on the panel “Managing Artists in the Streaming Era”.
Digital streaming is one of the most important arenas in all of the music buisness. We will discuss the variety of streaming options, subscription services, breaking new artists, royalty options, and the power of playlists.

 

Panelists:
  1. Dae Bogan, Founder & CEO at TuneRegistry
  2. Erika Bennett, Global Head of Marketing, Original Content at YouTube
  3. Neil Dominique, Artist Management (Bryson Tiller, Ayo the Producer, Partison Fontaine)
  4. Nolan Smith, Artist Management (Super Duper Kyle)
  5. Ronette Bowie, Enigma Music Management
  6. Shari Hoffman, CEO at Transparence Entertainment Group

Dae Bogan To Join Panel On Blockchain At Guild Of Music Supervisor’s State Of Music In Media Conference

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I am looking forward to speaking at the Guild of Music Supervisor’s ‘State of Music in Media’ Conference on September 15th at University of Southern California.

Along with Erin Collins (SESAC) and Thomas Golubić (Music Supervisor), I will be discussing on the panel “View From Here” blockchain technology and the possible impact it may have on how artists are paid, how performance royalties are tracked, what impact it may have on music licensing and other issues that may emerge from this exciting new technology.

SXSW 2019 Panel Voting Has Opened

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SXSW 2019 Panel Voting Has Opened. Please Vote For The Four (4) Panels That I Am On:

Becoming A Modern Music Entrepreneur

Description: Join successful music entrepreneurs to learn more about how a basic shift in perspective and the drive to work towards your goals is taking the first step to becoming a modern music entrepreneur.
Panelists: Dae Bogan (TuneRegistry), Brian Penick (The Counter Rhythm Group), Ariel Hyatt (Cyber PR), Einar Pedersen III (Austin Music Foundation)

Breaking Artists Through Video: Your How-To Guide

Description: For artists looking to break into the Hip-Hop game without the backing of a major label, the right music video could be their ticket to the main stage. Considering video is now the primary driver of revenue for new music releases, knowing how to maximize this medium will make or break your ability to build your brand. Join us as we talk about what it takes to create a video that people want to watch, promote a video that cuts through all the noise, and monetize a video that can make you rich.
Panelists: Dae Bogan (TuneRegistry), Roy LaManna (Vydia), Javier Sang (WorldstarHipHop), Yomi Desalu (BET)

Right On! – Real developments in rights technology

Description: Billions of lines of data are flowing between numerous systems and to a growing number of rights holders. Royalties need speedy and accurate processing across an evolving set of usage types and all on an increasingly global scale. Emerging rights management technologies offer the potential for a traditionally fragmented industry to become more cohesive and collaborative. So what will drive real development in rights technology that can handle all of this?
The issues surrounding rights management are compounded by the phenomenal growth of a data-heavy format combined with the industry’s historic difficulties in keeping pace with advancements in technology. It is of paramount importance that age old problems be addressed.
Panelists: Dae Bogan (TuneRegistry), Molly Meuman (Songtrust), Vickie Nauman (CrossBorderWorks Consulting & Advising), Anna Siegel (FUGA)

The Future of (meta)Data

2018 was the year that the word “data” got sexy in the music industry. 2019 will be the year that data will become the asset separating successful and less successful digital services. Music credits were an integral part of physical music…and they got lost along the way in the transition to digital. And in the case of performer and attribution data, lack of accurate information is the difference between being paid, or not. Our four panelists will cover the latest developments in the data world, from political and business decisions that impact payment of your money, to discussion of what is coming down the road in terms of artist discovery made possible by hyperlinked digital music credits. And we’ll cover the basics of making sure that proper metadata is associated with your music.
Panelists: Dae Bogan (TuneRegistry), Dick Huey (Jaxsta), Cherie Hu (Billboard), Vickie Nauman (CrossBorderWorks Consulting & Advising)

Dae Bogan To Join Panel On The Future Of Rights Technology At A2IM Indie Week In New York

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Dae Bogan will join Shanna Jade (Director of Brand Strategy, Stem) and Rob Weitzner (Head of North America, The state51 Music Group) on the panel “Future of Rights Technology” on Wednesday, June 20th at A2IM (American Association of Independent Music) Indie Week conference taking place at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center in New York. The panel will be moderated by Anna Siegal, SVP FUGA North America.

For more details, visit https://a2im.org/event/a2im-indie-week-2018/

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