For Immediate Release
NEW MUSIC SEMINAR ANNOUNCES 2013 CONFERENCE,
FIRST ROUND OF CONFIRMED SPEAKERS,
NEW FORMAT, NEW VENUE, MORE NEW BUSINESS
“It’s more than just a Music Conference… It’s where Music Business gets done!”
June 9-11, 2013 New York City’s New Yorker Hotel
(New York, NY)- The revolution continues. The New Music Seminar (NMS) is back in New York City this June 9-11, announcing a new format, a new venue and more new business to be made.
Taking place at the New Yorker Hotel in Midtown Manhattan, NMS founder Tom Silverman will be joined by PepsiCo’s Global CMO- Consumer Engagement, Frank Cooper III; Clear Channel Entertainment Enterprises’ President, John Sykes; VEVO’s President and CEO, Rio Caraeff; Virgin Records’ CCO, Ron Fair; SoundExchange’s President, Michael J. Huppe; Atlantic Records’ Chairman and CEO, Craig Kallman, and many more.
Throughout the three-day conference, over 150 of the most important leaders in music and entertainment will convene to share, discuss and cultivate innovative ideas and partnerships for the new music industry.
This year, NMS is introducing a new program formatted to enhance industry player’s and creator’s knowledge on new business models for success, as well as provide additional relationship building opportunities.
The 2013 NMS Conference will feature 75-minute Movements (panels), interspersed with 20-minute live music sessions, 45-minute enhanced networking opportunities and 15-minute Intensives.
Known for forging significant new relationships, stimulating ideas, and featuring the best new music, NMS maintains its status as the must-attend industry conference for the ever-evolving music industry…and the music conference where real business is done.
“With the mainstream music industry still hemming and hawing on how to approach digital, the New Music Seminar offers a refreshingly positive approach for artists, labels, and industry folks of all stripes. NMS brings together thought leaders and creative practitioners to inspire, educate, and network proactively on new business models, promotional efforts, and practical tips for music professionals to help take their projects to the next level.”- Mashable
“The New Music Seminar is the place where artists, producers, songwriters, managers, publishers, labels, and agents get together with the businesses that use music to drive attention and engagement,” remarked NMS Founder, Tom Silverman. “Together we must proactively come up with solutions that encourage new business models that will generate new revenue to artists, songwriters and their partners. We predict that the next decade of music will be the greatest the music business has ever seen. Join us as we set the stage for the most exciting music business era since the 80’s.”
SoundExchange, the non-profit performance rights organization that represents the entire recorded music industry in collecting statutory royalties from services that stream sound recordings, is back again this year as a Featured Partner with their Digital Broadcasting Summit. BMI, which represents over 500,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers, is joining NMS as a Featured Partner this year as well.
For more information on additional NMS 2013 Partners, visit: http://newmusicseminar.com/partners/
To view the first round of NMS 2013 Confirmed Players, visit: http://newmusicseminar.com/conference/2013-players/
To register, visit www.NewMusicSeminar.com
About The New Music Seminar
From the co-founder and director of the original legendary New Music Seminar comes a conference for the Next Music Business. Rapidly changing music creation, exposure and monetization opportunities coupled with music fans changing music consumption habits are transforming the old “record business” into an entirely new industry. The New Music Seminar is where the old rules are broken and new ideas will hatch into a vital new music business. www.newmusicseminar.com
SoundExchange is the non-profit performance rights organization representing the entire recorded music industry. The organization collects statutory royalties from satellite radio, internet radio, cable TV music channels and other services that stream sound recordings. The Copyright Royalty Board, created by Congress, has entrusted SoundExchange as the only entity in the United States to collect and distribute these digital performance royalties for recording artists and master rights owners. SoundExchange has paid out more than $800 million in royalties since its inception. For more information, visit www.SoundExchange.com
Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) collects license fees on behalf of the more than 500,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers it represents and distributes those fees as royalties to members whose works have been publicly performed. BMI currently represents some more than 7.5 million compositions — a number that is constantly growing. As a result, BMI has, over the years, implemented a number of technological innovations in its continuing effort to gather the most accurate information available about where, when and how its members’ compositions are played or performed, as well as ensuring that royalty payments are made in as precise and timely a manner as possible. www.bmi.com
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