RIAA To Host Key Streaming Policy Panel At Mondo.NYC
The RIAA promises to cut through the complexities of consent decrees, the Mechanical Licensing Collective and other issues related to streaming in an intensive 60 minutes session at the Mondo. NYC conference later this month.
Hosted by RIAA Chairman and CEO, Mitch Glazier, “Everything You Need to Know About Streaming Policy In One Hour” will be held on Thursday, October 17 at 4 pm followed by an invite-only limited access reception at the Williamsburg Hotel.
Industry leaders will focus on platform accountability, consent decrees and the new Mechanical Licensing Collective. Joining Glazier will be Russ Crupnick of MusicWatch, Josh Friedlander, SVP of Research & Economics for the RIAA, Dr. Richard James Burgess, President & CEO of A2IM, Alisa Coleman, COO of ABKCO Music & Records and Chair of MLC Board, Garrett Levin, CEO of DiMA, MLC, and Clara Kim, EVP & General Counsel for ASCAP.
Topics will range from consumer trends in music streaming to streaming Issues from the indie perspective and much more.
Thursday, October 17 is also the day when Rolling Stone curates three panels as part of its “Business of Music” series: “Charts In The Streaming Era,” moderated by Emily Blake, head of charts for Rolling Stone; “When Is A Song A Lawsuit,” moderated by Rolling Stone Business Editor, Amy X. Wang; and “How TikTok Took Over Music,” moderated by Rolling Stone News Director, Jason Newman.
Mondo.NYC is being held at the Williamsburg Hotel from October 15 -18.
Highlights of this year’s conference include keynotes from NMPA Chairman David Israelite and conversations with Reverend Al Sharpton and City Winery Founder and CEO Michael Dorf. Three days of panels are filled with some of the music industry's most innovative and successful leaders, including artists like Hank Shocklee and DJ Spooky, songwriters including Shelly Peiken and BAYLI, and executives including A2IM President and CEO, Richard James Burgess, Primary Wave Music Publishing President, Justin Shukat and Concord's Head of U.S. Creative, Jeremy Yonai. For the second year, the Guild of Music Supervisors will host an intensive day-long content program featuring the world’s top music supervisors and executives in film, television, gaming, advertising and emerging platforms, providing a unique opportunity for creatives to meet, network and learn from some of the leading names in the business.
In the evening, more than 100 emerging artists will showcase in venues all over the city.
Registration is still available HERE.