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    11:00 AM
    to 12:15 PM

    But How Will I Get Paid? - Reimbursement in a Digital World
    88 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 8th Floor, Shorin, Room 802
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Gary R. Greenstein, Of Counsel, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
    Richard Barone, Recording Artist/Producer/Author/Frontman
    Ben Cockerham, COO, RightsFlow
    John Lippman, EVP/COO/CFO, Evergreen Copyrights
    Dan Pifer, EVP, Operations & Technology, The Orchard
    event::about  This panel will discuss the mechanical licensing role and how digital distributors have stepped up to ensure that publishers and songwriters get paid for online music distribution. Typical entities have not taken on this responsibility in the physical world, but with the digitalization of music, the business practice has changed. This group will explore the paper trail of policies and online reimbursement considering how some services don't pay publishers directly and pass-through mechanical royalties to labels and distributors with no accountability back to the publishers and songwriters. These experts will weigh in on these digital front-burner issues.

    12:30 PM
    to 1:45 PM

    Music And Advertising: A Subconscious Cognitive Impulse Explosion
    96 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 8th Floor, Shorin Room 802
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Josh Rabinowitz, Senior VP/Director of Music, Grey Group
    Sarah Gavigan, President, HANK & SG Consulting
    Vasili Gavre, Music Supervisor/Producer, Sound Foundation
    Chris Langrill, Manager, A&R/Music Supervision, Man Made Music
    Peter Nashel, Composer/Producer, Duotone Audio Group
    event::about  Take a minute to think of what goes on when you look at an advertisement. The cognitive process of visualization coupled with music is pretty powerful. It is proven through empirically tested heuristics that when these two components come together correctly, the outcome is very seductive. CMJ badge-holders have the opportunity to submit their own music as a score for filmed advertisements. Submit your music via the website link below to be heard by ad executives and possibly be included for discussion during this panel.

    2:00 PM
    to 3:15 PM

    Graphically Challenged: The Lost Love Of The Album Cover And Beyond
    99 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 406
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Craig Hyman, Artist Manager, Consultant, Promoter, Coach
    Cynthia Cochrane, General Manager, Rock Ridge Music, LLC.
    Christopher Kornmann, Art Director & Graphic Designer, spit and image
    Lorna Leighton, Art Director, flytedesign
    Joe Spix, Art Director, Universal Motown Republic Group
    event::about  Depending on your age, you may or may not remember the feeling of opening a CD jewel case or looking at a vinyl album cover with liner notes while listening to your new music purchase. The visual component of music is still just as important to the identity and sound of an artist. Here we discuss the visual aspect of modern day music and its future.

    6:30 PM
    to 7:15 PM

    Surf City
    110 schedule::attendees
    Location Red Bull Space
    eventtype  Showcase, Tuesday
    event::about  A soundtrack for surfer movies where the cast are heavily tattooed.

    7:30 PM
    to 9:30 PM

    The Perfect Age Of Rock 'n' Roll
    34 schedule::attendees
    Location Clearview Cinemas Chelsea
    eventtype  Film, Opening Night
    event::about  Dir. Scott Rosenbaum
    A pair of longtime friends channel their talent and passion for music into a cross-country road trip. The reunion forces them to recall youthful ambitions and re-visit the choices they've made. Accompanied by a raucous crew of musicians, they set off on a cathartic journey along Route 66. Q&A following screening.
    event::info  Buy Tickets Here!
     

     

    11:00 AM
    to 12:15 PM

    When Management Goes Label
    107 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 8th Floor, Shorin Room 802
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: George Gilbert, Attorney, George T. Gilbert LLC
    Andrew Ellis, Go Getter, Paradigm
    Andrew Hoover, Artist, Rock Ridge Music
    Patrik Larsson, Manager/Consultant, Headlock Management
    Marty Nolan, Manager/Marketing, Red Light Management/ATO Records
    event::about  Artist management companies seem to be slowly colonizing label-land. Is this the beginning of another new model to salvage the music industry, or just a temporary experiment? This symposium of pros and soothsayers will examine the reasoning of this shift and look at the archetype of the one-stop management company.

    12:30 PM
    to 1:45 PM

    Strategically Aligning Your Music World With Partnerships And Alliances
    92 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 9th Floor, Room 905-907
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Eric Sherman, President, Tenth Street Entertainment
    Tyler Barth, Director, Marketing & Artist Relations, Blue Microphones
    Geoff Renaud, Owner & Founder, Radar Entertainment
    Jason Ross, Partner, The Bowery Presents Media
    Harold Stephan, CEO, Songwriter, Producer, Habitat Music
    event::about  With the lack of record deals, some artists are aligning with organizations other than music companies to expose their work. Are these opportunities really that strategic? This panel will discuss the importance of finding and acting on "third party" opportunities.

    2:00 PM
    to 3:15 PM

    A View Of The Music Industry From A Youthful Perspective
    84 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Lindsey Cook, A&R, MySpace Records
    Ivan, Guitarist/Songwriter, Tiny Masters of Today
    Alex Beer, Student; Lead Guitarist, The Ivy League
    Zach Sang, Teen Radio Station Host & Producer, WZAP Internet Radio
    Sarah Solovay, Artist/Singer/Songwriter
    event::about  When you're a teenager, music fuels angst, love, rebellion and freedom. Now cast all that romance aside and find out what "the music industry" actually means to an aspiring (and credible) musician or music consumer under the age of 16. This interesting cast of panelists will surprise you with their fresh outlook, ideas and ideals.
     


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