Wednesday, June 1 at 3 p.m. ET | 2 p.m. CT | Noon PT
This special webinar will feature a compelling discussion on the issues and careers of LGBT creators and professionals in the music industry, as well as an engaging Q&A session during which panelists will unpack and discuss how their identities have impacted their work and personal journeys. The webinar will be moderated by The MLC’s Head of Third-Party Partnerships Dae Bogan.
Learn more at http://www.themlc.com/pride
[Video] Artist Managers Connect presents AMA About The Mechanical Licensing Collective with Dae Bogan
Is the blanket license royalty rate determined after the majors have negotiated their license with the DSPs?
Does registration with the MLC supersede registrations with HFA and MRI?
If a song was previously licensed under the voluntary license, does it now have a secondary revenue to coming from the blanket license, or do you have to choose one path over the other?
Will the MLC establish reciprocal mechanical collections with foreign mechanical CMOs such as MCPS and AMCOS?
Watch me answer these questions and many more from artist managers in my “Ask Me Anything About The Mechanical Licensing Collective”
In this podcast with Gigi Louisa Johnson, I discuss some of the key events in my youth and early adulthood that laid the foundation for my adventures as a serial entrepreneur and music rights professional.
Happy New Year! To kick off 2021, please enjoy our free online creative career courses at https://NextCareer.me AND enjoy this week’s Creative Innovators podcast with the amazing Dae Bogan. Link to listen: https://lnkd.in/gequU5B
Dae Bogan shares how he sees solutions and “warps” them into business ideas — which is both a blessing and a curse. He began with selling cakes in middle school and organizing bus tours in high school from Cleveland, OH to New York. From his early history in acting, singing, and creating and producing events, he moved into a long series of start-ups (including putting gogo dancers in store windows) before moving into various endeavors in music tech. Dae has started and sold a variety of cloud-based ventures as well as mentored founders of other startups. Dae shares how he now is bringing those diverse skills to bear as head of Third-Party Partnerships with The Music Licensing Collective. The MLC works with music publishers and artists to collect and distribute their streaming royalties.
I look forward to moderating the keynote panel “Academia + Industry Action” at Music Biz’s #NEXTGEN_U, an event exclusive to students, recent grads, and faculty members taking place
Wednesday, August 12, 12pm PST / 3pm EST.
Keynote Panel: Academia + Industry Action
The intersection of academia and real-world experience is a constant hot topic for students. What’s more important: getting an A on your publishing split sheet project or making yourself available to intern an extra day a week? How do students effectively balance their workload while not missing out on the opportunities that await them outside the classroom? How important are these opportunities? What are professors doing to bring these experiences back into the classroom? Guest speakers are cool, but what else is academia doing to keep students engaged, learning, and thriving in the competitive music business ecosystem? And lastly, what opportunities exist, outside of internships, where brands and music companies are embedding students and their next-gen ideas into their business plans?
Moderator: Dae Bogan, Head of Third-Party Partnerships, Mechanical Licensing Collective (MLC) and Adjunct Professor, UCLA
• Marcie Allen, President & Founder, MAC Presents and Adjunct Professor, New York University
• Perry Bashkoff, Head of Music, Instagram
• Tonya Butler, Chair of Music Business, Berklee College of Music
• Todd Goodwin, SVP / Head of °1824, Universal Music Group
Join me today at 11am PST / 2pm EST for my AMA “Ask Me Anything” session going down today on the @musictectonics App. Get the app at https://app.musictectonics.com (App Store or Google Play)
This is your chance to ask me about trends in music rights technology, @mlc_us new tools to fight messy data, music business tips for music creators during pandemic scale backs and shutdowns, and why I support getting rid of the term “Urban Music,” among other topics.
I am thrilled to join the line-up for Amp Music Summit this Wednesday to contribute to the discussion of indie artists opportunities in the covid-19 era.
AMP MUSIC SUMMIT: MUSIC INDUSTRY VIRTUAL SUMMIT JOIN US FOR A FREE VIRTUAL SUMMIT FEATURING THOUGHT LEADERS FROM MUSIC, FINANCE, TECHNOLOGY, HR, VR, BUSINESS CULTURE, AND MORE
Yo! I am excited to announce that SoundCloud is launching its own channel on livestreaming platform Twitch, with a slate of original programming that includes panel conversations, music sets and more…and I will be moderating the premiere of “Could Bar”.
On Thursday, May 7th, Soundcloud will begin airing its three-hour weekly live chat series “Cloud Bar,” where creators, industry execs and influencers will take on topics, like how to build a career in music, and look at new trends in music discovery, culture and more.
From self-care to the state of live music today, we’re going deep on the issues and topics that matter most to artists today. Get advice, insight and hear personal stories from the SoundCloud team and a range of experts. Check the calendar below to find out who’s on each week and what time we’re going live.
Tune in every Thursday if you want to learn more about self-care, the music media landscape and the future of “live” events – or to share some your own thoughts & advice.
This week’s guests include CAA music agents, Zach Iser and Caroline Yim; artist managers Byron Wilson, Matthew Burnett and Jordan Evans; Dae Bogan of The Mechanical Licensing Collective; XXL’s Editorial Director Georgette Cline; hip-hop entrepreneur Roger Gengo; recording artist, activist and entrepreneur, Vic Mensa; and founder and CEO of Biz 3 Publicity and ICF certified Personal/Professional Coach, Kathryn Frazier.
Dae Bogan To Move All 2020 Music Industry Talks, Lectures, Workshops To Online Format — Limited Passes Available Now
Due to the unfortunate cancellation of music industry conferences, university classes, and networking events where I was previously scheduled to speak, I will be reformatting and moving several of my talks, guest lectures, and workshops to online formats. This will allow me to reach more individuals in an economical and safe manner.
I will schedule up to 10 different online events to take place this Spring/Summer (April – July) on a variety of topics aimed at recording artists, artist managers, producers and engineers, DJs, background vocalists and session musicians, music company startup founders, and more.
I am offering three passes, which includes your ability to attend multiple online events from the available schedule of events (schedule will be announced on April 1).
Early bird pricing ends on March 31. Prices will increase after March 31.
DAE BOGAN 2020 MUSIC INDUSTRY ONLINE EVENT PASSES:
- Silver Pass – $50 (100 available) – Attend up to 2 online events in 2020. (Get Pass Here)
- Gold Pass – $100 (100 available) – Attend up to 5 online events in 2020. (Get Pass Here)
- Platinum Pass – $250 (100 available) – Attend up to 5 online events in 2020 and schedule a 30 minute one-on-one consultation with me following any of the events. (Get Pass Here)
The schedule of events will be announced on April 1st, 2020.
Want to do a 1-on-1 with me now? Learn more here.
I look forward to joining Marcus Cobb at this year’s A3C Conference to present “Ownership & Song Registration in the Palm of Your Hand” on Saturday, October 12th, at 2:30pm.
Presentation Description: In this digital age of music, songs have the ability to go from conception to the public in the blink of an eye. Within this new age, it has never been as vital to establish ownership and collect metadata as it is today. In short, your money depends on it! Learn how Jammber’s game-changing technology puts ownership and song registration in the palm of your hand.