Music Publishing And Digital Media – 2017 Topic 1
1.0 Credit in Areas of Professional Practice for experienced attorneys only. This course is not transitional and therefore will not qualify for credit for newly admitted attorneys (admitted to the New York Bar for less than two years). (see below for panels for newly admitted attorneys).
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Music Publishing and Digital Media Streaming.
It is heralded as the future of the business. How does the writer, the publisher, the label and the recording artist get paid? Is the industry at large becoming dependent on Spotify which continues to lose money, but may be too big to fail? Do we next rely on Facebook Apple Amazon Google and Spotify (FAAGS) for the revenue from the industry? Will Free services or Freemium services sustain the business? This panel of industry leaders addressed the issues that publishers and writers face in monetizing their rights, and preventing infringement, as well as where the industry is headed. Attendee questions about rights management, monetary recovery and related issues were addressed as well.
Marc Jacobson, Esq., Marc Jacobson, P.C. (Moderator)
Noah Becker, President/CEO AdRev (AudioMicro, Inc.)
Seth M. Goldstein, Esq., Vice President, Legal & Business Affairs, MediaNet
Art Levy, Esq., VP of Business Affairs and Administration at Spirit Music Group
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