music technology

'Is Technology The New Beatles?' Sept 16th

Sept 16th - MusicTank presents a vision of technology's engagement with music; shedding light on what new technology fused with music is bringing to the industry. Featuring very exciting speakers and great networking. Special Rate Provided.

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Date: 16 September 2014
Location: Fyvie Hall, UK

Music TechPitch 4.5

Music TechPitch 4.5 is a platform to enable startups specifically within the music-tech industry from all across Europe to showcase their business proposition to a relevant wider audience, including VCs, music industry professionals and experts, journalists, as well as other aspiring and successful music and tech entrepreneurs.

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Date: 8 April 2014
Location: Ernst & Young Offices, UK

Music 4.5: Music & Sport

Music & Sports – united moments of joy need new revenue streams Music and sports both have at their core a focus on the experiential and shared emotions, deriving revenue from live performances, fan clubs, super-fans, merchandising, ticketing, broadcast and video.

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Date: 29 April 2014
Location: Eleven/Lewis Silkin Offices, UK

Music 4.5: IP & Licensing

IP & Licensing – A brave new era in online song licensing The European Commission is in the process of modernising the EU copyright legislative framework, and it has soon finalised the Licences for Europe industry-led solutions, all with the aim to facilitate a vibrant digital market place.

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Date: 25 June 2014
Location: Eleven/Lewis Silkin Offices, UK

Music 4.5 Open Data

Open Data: devaluing or driving music business models? An increasing number of businesses are built on other businesses’ open data. Re-using data-sets to create new business opportunities is sensible business strategy, but what about making money ‘for free’ from other businesses available data?

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Date: 5 March 2013
Location: Lewis Silkin offices, UK

Music 4.5 Smart Radio

Music 4.5 Smart Radio: Business models for interactive and streaming music platforms There is now a plethora of interactive streaming music and audio services online. Are these new services a result of the digital impact and innovation, or simply the least expensive way for online businesses to distribute music?

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Date: 26 September 2012
Location: Lewis Silkin office, UK

Music 4.5: Collective Licensing - the debate

We will continue our Collective Licensing debate, looking at the latest developments within the legal and technical areas and their implications on music-tech startups, artists, consumers and the industry.

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Date: 29 June 2012
Location: Lewis Silkin office, UK

Music 4.5 Licensing Workshop

The Music 4.5 Licensing Workshop is created to stimulate a new productive dialogue between music-tech startups and the regulatory industry. The Workshop will feature Eric Mackay of CELAS, PRS for Music, Beth Appleton from Universal Music Group and Clive Gardiner from We7.

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Date: 29 June 2010
Location: PRS for Music (Boardroom), UK