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Dae Bogan Joins Speaker Lineup For Amp Music Summit Virtual Summit

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

http://www.ampmusicsummit.com

Dae Bogan to moderate new SoundCloud original show ‘Cloud Bar’ on Twitch Thur. May 7th at 2pm EST

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.

Soundcloud to launch live original programming on Twitch

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.

Learn more about Dae Bogan at http://www.daeboganmusic.com and http://www.rightsdepartment.com and http://www.linkedin.com/in/daebogan

Dae Bogan To Speak At A3C Conference

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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.

***Earlier this month, Jammber announced its acquisition of TuneRegistry. The story was covered in Music Business Worldwide, Billboard, Music Connection, Digital Music News, Hypebot, and others.*** 

[Video] Music Tech Investors and Incubators — Investing in the LA Music Tech Scenes

Last month I had the pleasure of curating and moderating the panel “Music Tech Investors and Incubators — Investing in the LA Music Tech Scenes” at the Amplifying Music in Our Los Angeles conference produced by the UCLA Center for Music Innovation.

My panelists included representatives of investors, accelerators and co-working communities in Los Angeles that focus on music industry entrepreneurship including Techstars Music, Capitol Music Group’s Capitol360 and gBeta Music Tech Accelerator, and The Rattle LA, as well as more open format accelerators including Expert Dojo and Startup UCLA & Blackstone Launch Pad.

In this <60 minutes discussion, we covered plenty of information that any founder of a music startup would want to know about where and how to seek resources to develop, launch, or grow a music venture in Los Angeles.

Bios of my speakers can be found below the video of the panel.

 

 

  • Moderator: Dae Bogan, Founder, TuneRegistry; Lecturer, UCLA Alpert
    Dae Bogan is a music rights executive, serial entrepreneur and educator with over a decade of experience in the music industry. He is the founder and CEO of TuneRegistry, which develops music rights administration software and solutions for small and medium-sized music rightsholders. He also offers music rights, business, and technology consulting through his firm, Rights Department. Dae also teaches the Music Industry Entrepreneurship course at UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music and was an Innovation Fellow at the UCLA Center for Music Innovation. Previously, Dae owned and operated an independent record company (Loft24 Records), a music publishing company (Loft24 Publishing), and an artist management company (Renaissance Artist Management) until 2012 when he founded an in-store independent music video network (Maven Promo), which was later acquired by EMPIRE Distribution in 2017. Dae also founded the world’s first aggregator and search engine of unclaimed music royalties (RoyaltyClaim), which was acquired by HAAWK in 2017.

 

  • Jonathan Wallace, Investment Director, Expert Dojo
    Jonathan Wallace joined Expert Dojo upon its inception as an investment analyst. Over the course of the next 3 years he established relationships with some of the largest venture capital funds in the world and helped dozens of startups raise investment. Jonathan is now the investment director for Expert Dojo and oversees all follow on investments. Expert Dojo has over 30 companies in its portfolio after investing for the last 12 months. 

 

  • Josh Remsberg, VP, Business Development, Capitol Music Group
    Josh Remsberg is Vice President of Business Development at Capitol Music Group. At Capitol, he oversees the Capitol360 Innovation Center, and is focused on finding & developing new revenue opportunities to exploit and extract value from CMG’s copyrights, content, brand assets, and artists. Josh also leads the eCommerce, CRM, audience ownership and gaming strategies for the label group.

 

  • Leah Nanni, Venture Coach and Outreach Coord., Startup UCLA & Blackstone Launch Pad
    Leah is a business owner and Venture Consultant at Startup UCLA, where she helps Bruins become confident and competent entrepreneurs. She also co-leads Startup UCLA’s outreach and inclusion efforts with the goal of reaching entrepreneurs at any stage, in any industry, and from any background and any area of study. Leah holds a M.S. in Social Entrepreneurship and a Master of Social Work, and she brings more than 9 years of business ownership experience to the UCLA and greater Los Angeles communities. 

 

  • Jen Hall, Director, TechStars Music
    Jen Hall is a music industry veteran having worked in management with major artists and at record labels over the past 15+ years. Jen joined Techstars with the inception of the Techstars Music program in 2016. Techstars Music has just finished its 3rd program. Alumni companies from the Techstars Music 2017 and 2018 class have gone on to raise over 50 million dollars in follow on capital.

 

  • Michael Frick, Advisor/Executive Producer, The Rattle, LA
    Michael Frick is a creative solutions innovator with the ability to build consensus among disparate stakeholders. His expertise in music driven strategies for brands, motion pictures, television and digital entertainment has seen him partner with numerous major global brands, agencies, networks and studios. As advisor to the Rattle he is assisting with the launch of the UK-based collective in Los Angeles, CA.

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/)

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