San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
As the music industry continues to be shaped and advanced by digital innovations, stakeholders face new and unforeseen business challenges. From rights holders to music licensees, data has become significantly more important to the accrual, collection, and distribution of royalties to income participants. This panel will discuss the issues relating to music rights and metadata in the digital music age and evaluate some of the ways in which these issues are being addressed by companies, music creators, and collective societies in the United States and abroad.
Moderator: Dae Bogan, TuneRegistry; Lecturer, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
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Schoenberg Music Building is at UCLA, mid-campus, on the east side. You can find us on the campus map at http://maps.ucla.edu/campus/?locid=65344. The building is closest to Lot 2 on the UCLA campus, where there is pay-by-space parking on the bottom levels. Jan Popper Hall is on the first floor.
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When & Where
UCLA Center for Music Innovation
At the UCLA Center for Music Innovation, we explore how tech-driven innovation changes not just music but also social connections and human systems around music. We are gathering communities of interest and researchers to discuss systemic shifts, change drivers, and long-term impacts. Thanks for joining us at this and other events.