Dae Bogan To Join Panel On Blockchain At Guild Of Music Supervisor’s State Of Music In Media Conference
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.
If you’re planning to attend the ASCAP “I Create Music” Expo or Music Biz 2018, please add these panels to your schedule. I’m looking forward to re-connecting with industry colleagues to discuss topics around music rights, royalties, and being a kick-ass business-savvy DIY music creator in the ever-changing digital music landscape.
Here’s my Spring 2018 music conference schedule:
Panel Date/Time: Monday, May 7 • 4:15pm – 5:30pm
Panel Description: Understanding how to manage and make money with digital rights is key to an artist’s financial success. New technologies are dominating the news across industries, and music is no exception. These new technologies promise to empower entrepreneurial artists with affordable, revolutionary rights management and monetization tools. Immediate benefits include fair compensation and transparency around ownership, but the full potential of this technology remains untapped. Join our expert panel to hear more about how new technology and other alternative financing options are revolutionizing the industry.
- Edward Gennis – Founder & CEO, OpenPlay
- Dae Bogan – Music Industry Consultant
- Shari Hoffman – CEO, Transparence
- Ray Young – CEO, RightsLedger
Panel Date/Time: Wednesday, May 9 • 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Panel Description: The way fans pay for music has changed fundamentally. And that’s had major ramifications on how songwriters and other music creators make a living. Fortunately, there are many new paths to revenue in today’s new music industry. This panel will compile them all, with examples of how artists at every stage is taking advantage, and what that means for your career.
- DeDe Burns – Director, Strategy Services, Royalty Exchange
- Dae Bogan – Music Industry Consultant
- Vickie Nauma – 23 Capital
- Tracy Maddux – CEO, CD Baby
- Andy Hermann – Former LA Weekly Music Reporter
Panel Date/Time: Tuesday, May 15 • 1:45pm – 2:45pm
Panel Description: In recent years, issues related to unattributed and unpaid royalties have made more headlines than ever before. As the digital music ecosystem continues to grow the licensing mechanisms, data flow infrastructure, and royalty attribution and payment methods have been challenged to keep up with and support an insurmountable aggregate of transactions, often leading to unclaimed royalties. This panel will discuss perspectives around unclaimed royalties and review best practices that rights-holders can implement to better capture all of their earned royalties.
- Bill Colitre – VP & General Counsel, Music Reports, Inc
- Kayce Laine – Publicist & Musician, Gold Sky Music
- John Raso – HFA & Rumblefish, SVP of Client Services
- Dae Bogan – Founder, TuneRegistry & RoyaltyClaim
Dae Bogan And Warner Brothers Records’ VP, A&R Eesean Bolden Join Panel At XLIVE Data & Analytics Summit 2017
Dae Bogan, the Co-founder & CEO of music rights and metadata management tech startup TuneRegistry and a Lecturer of Musicology at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, will be joining music industry consultant, Geoff Mayfield, and Warner Brothers Records’ Vice President of A&R, Eesean Bolden, on a panel at the XLIVE Data & Analytics Summit 2017, which takes place April 4th – 5th, 2017 at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California.
For 14 years XLIVE has been providing resources and information to the festival and live event industry. The XLIVE Data & Analytics Summit will convene festival and live event producers, leading data and analytics executives, in addition to brands hosting their own corporate events and festivals. With over $1.1 billion invested in event technology in 2016, the digital transformation in the live event sector is growing at unprecedented levels. As live events and festivals experience increased competition from one another and strive to provide unique experiences for fans and attendees alike, technology will serve as a cornerstone in this effort for years to come. With this digitization of the live event experience – event organizers can now harness the power of their data to more effectively engage attendees, understand customer behavior, increase revenue, analyze competition, identify talent trends, monetize assets, enhance sponsorship activation and more!
Bogan, Mayfield, and Bolden will offer insight and commentary on the panel “MUSICOLOGY – HOW EMERGING ARTISTS IN MUSIC USE DATA AND ANALYTICS TO GROW AND MONETIZE THEIR FANBASE” which will take place on Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 from 2:50pm – 3:30pm.
The panel description is as follows: The music industry has undergone a transformation over the past decade thanks to the emergence of digital streaming as the primary means for Millennial audiences discovering new artists. Our afternoon fireside chat will convene music industry experts to discuss the use of analytics in digital music streaming to help emerging artists build their fanbase through planning their tour schedules and festival calendars. We’ll also explore the issue of data ownership in the music industry to uncover how emerging artists can more effectively monetize their fans through digital streaming before and after they go on tour.
Tickets are available online. Get 10% OFF with code XLDAEB15
Super stoked to have been invited to moderate the panel “What’s Trending? The Latest in Festival Technology” at the International Music Festival Conference in San Diego this December. IMFCON will feature speakers from AEG, Goldenvoice, Insomniac, SXSW, SFX, AC Entertainment, Billboard, and many more. Get more deats at www.imfcon.com.
This panel aims to shed some light and bring some clarity to how the digital space and the music industry are currently co-mingling & how to navigate those turbulent waters. We’ll explore panelists’ journey in the music + tech space, what they’ve learned, what warnings they have, what works & what doesn’t work, and where they ultimately see things moving in the future. Learn more here.
Music industry conferences offer musicians, music industry professionals, and startup entrepreneurs a platform to showcase, network, and conduct business. As a speaker and presenter at several conferences, I’ve found that selecting the right conference and being prepared to promote yourself and network is key to a successful experience.
Many conferences offer musicians opportunities to perform at artist showcases and competitions. For music tech startup entrepreneurs, conferences is a highly concentrated outlet for promoting your product, creating new business relationships, and learning about how changes in the music industry will affect your business.
Conferences are vital to the convergence of ideas and interactions between various stakeholders in the music industry. Below is a select list of notable upcoming conferences that you should consider attending. Make conferences work for you by going beyond just attending. Musicians may find performance opportunities. Startup entrepreneurs should consider exhibiting. And music industry professionals should consider applying to speak on panels. There’s no networking like the networking that can be done at a good conference.
|Jul 19-22||SXSW V2V||Las Vegas, NV|
|Aug 5-8||Indie Entertainment Summit||North Hollywood, CA|
|Aug 27-29||Cutting Edge||New Orleans, LO|
|Aug 31-Sep 2||All About Music||Nashville, TN|
|Sep 15-20||Americana Music Conference||Nashville, TN|
|Sept 25-27||Midpoint Music Fest||Cincinnati, OH|
|Sep 26-27||West Coast Songwriters||San Francisco, CA|
|Oct 1-3||Durango Songwriters Expo||Boulder, CO|
|Oct 2||DMW Music||New York, NY|
|Oct 2-4||Mid-Atlantic Music Conference||Charlotte, NC|
|Oct 13-17||CMJ Music Marathon||New York, NY|
|Oct 15-18||Revolt Music Conference||Miami, FL|
|Oct 23-25||CD Baby’s DIY Musician Conference||Chicago, IL|
|Nov 10||SF MusicTech Summit||San Francisco, CA|
|Dec 13-15||International Music Festival Con||San Diego, CA|