SPECIAL EVENTS.

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RIAA Special Presentation & Reception

Mondo.NYC partners with the Recording Industry Association of America (“RIAA”) for its annual “Everything You Need to Know About Copyright and Streaming In One Hour” series, October 17, 2019 at 4 PM.

With a focus on platform accountability, consent decrees and the new Mechanical Licensing Collective, the RIAA — joined by key industry leaders — presents this critical “state of the industry” analysis.   Followed by a reception at the Williamsburg Hotel co-hosted by Pryor Cashman (limited access).

Mitch Glazier, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, RIAA – Introduction

Russ Crupnick, Managing Partner, MusicWatch, Inc. – Consumer Trends in Music Streaming

Josh Friedlander, Senior Vice President, Research & Economics, RIAA – Streaming Revenue Update

Alisa Coleman, COO, ABKCO Music & Records, Inc. and Chair, MLC Board – MLC Progress Update

Garrett Levin, CEO, DiMA, MLC – Progress from the DSP Point of View

Clara  Kim, EVP & General Counsel, ASCAP – Consent Decree Update

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Rolling Stone Presents Exclusive Music Business Content Track

Rolling Stone editors curate its “Business of Music” series, October 17, 2019 at 12 noon at the Williamsburg Hotel.  More details on the Thursday schedule here.

The Business of Music: Charts in the Streaming Era
What’s the value of a stream versus a download? What does an album chart really measure in 2019? As music consumption shifts away from sales to streaming and fans have seemingly endless options for listening, charts get a lot more complicated — and, arguably, a lot more exciting. RS and industry players discuss what a chart does and should measure in the streaming era.

Moderator: Emily Blake, Director of Charts, Rolling Stone
Panelist: Stephen Blackwell, Managing Director, AlphaData (formerly BuzzAngle)

When is a Song a Lawsuit?
Between cases lodged against Led Zeppelin, Katy Perry and Ed Sheeran, music plagiarism cases among artists have taken center stage in 2019. RS discusses why the music industry, musicians, and fans are all up in arms about copyright law these days, and where we can possibly go from here.

Moderator: Amy X. Wang, Music Business Editor, Rolling Stone

Panelists: 

Jason Boyarski, Esq., Boyarski Fritz

Robert A. Celestin, Esq., Intelligent Music

Monika Tashman, Entertainment Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips

How TikTok Took Over Music
In just 12 months, the video app TikTok has transformed from a curio to a service mentioned in the same breath as YouTube. But what the hell is it?

Moderator: Brittany Spanos, Staff Writer, Rolling Stone
Panelists: 

Tarek Al-Hamdouni, SVP Digital, RCA Records

Ethan Geltzer, Arista Records

Stefan Max, A&R, Atlantic Records

24kGoldn, TikTok Artist

SF MUSICTECH POP UP COMES TO MONDO.NYC. Hosted by Brian & Shoshana Zisk, it’s a day long opus of learning, connecting and interacting at the intersection of music and technology.  Meet leaders, innovators, startup pioneers, investors and more, Wednesday, October 16 at the Williamsburg Hotel.

David Israelite is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the National Music Publishers’ Accociation’s (NMPA) operations, from legal strategy and implementation to government affairs and advocacy.  His tenure to date has produced landmark legal successes on behalf of publishers, groundbreaking industry collaboration in royalty rate agreements and raised the profile of the publishing community within the music industry. We welcome him as Keynote Speaker of the Mondo 2019 CLE Music & Tech Law Symposium.

6:30pm – 7:30pm

Mondo.NYC Opening Night Reception (badge holders only)

Hosted by the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York

Swiss Live Talents Showcase:

7:30-8:10 – Pat Burgener

8:30-9:10 – Jessiquoi

9:30-10:10 – Sophie de Quay & The WaveGuards

10:30-11:10 – Aliose

Please RSVP to newyork.events@eda.admin.ch

Finnish Tech, Design & Art (FTDA) Mondo.NYC and the NYC Guild of Music Supervisors are proud to present three breakthrough artists from Finland, IRENE, GEA and Anni in the main room at Pianos, 158 Ludlow St. LES, Manhattan, Wednesday, October 16, starting at 7PM.

Guild of Music Supervisors McHugh Seated

Takes place on Friday, October 18, as top music supervisors and industry executives in the fields of advertising, film, TV, video games and trailers give attendees a unique opportunity to meet, network and learn from some of the leading names in the business.

 

Join Compassionate Muse for a full day of Mindfulness In Music programming exploring sustainable, authentic and inclusive relationships in the Music Industry.  The day kicks off with Transparent Ticketing, followed by the Mindful Panel Series (Mindful Label, Mindful Venue, Mindful Artist and Mindful Manger panels).  Next get all your questions answered from the Coaches in real time with this interactive workshop Are You Coachable? Finishing out the day with Sonic Mindfulness (sound bath experience) and the facilitated and fun networking event, Networking For Good:Networking for Music Business Professionals Who Hate Networking.  Located in the Mindful In Music Suite, Wednesday October 16, 9am – 7pm.  See more details on the Wednesday schedule here.

Join key leaders in a day-long entertainment law symposium as they discuss how legal practitioners can best address client needs in this volatile era transformed by the rapid convergence of technology, shifting business models, compliance and regulatory protocols and ever-changing trends within the marketplace.