MUSIC / GAMES / TV & VIDEO / RIGHTSTECH: SEPT 25-27, 2017
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On September 26, 2017, join the most influential decision-makers in the digital media industry at Digital Media Wire’s Annual Digital Music Forum! Held at the inspirational Museum of Jewish Heritage situated on the tip of Manhattan, Digital Music Forum is the perfect place to network, do deals, and share ideas about the future of music and connected entertainment!

Who Are We

A 1-day event held as part of New York Media Festival’s (NYME) 4-day event series, Digital Music Forum is the leading event for senior representatives working in the music industry including artists, managers, labels, brands, digital services, marketing agencies, festival directors, investors and concert promoters. Unlike some other industry events, Digital Music Forum focuses on bringing together the people who really matter to meet in a lively yet intimate environment that allows access and privacy to build and grow relationships and partnerships. 

Features

Digital Music Forum features two tracks with fireside chats, roundtables, panels and presentations on digital game investment, creation, distribution, marketing and monetization, the event brings together many of the elite in the industry for top sessions and power networking. It’s not just the deals they make but people they meet and the long lasting relationships forged. If you are serious about the business of music entertainment, we invite you to join us at Digital Music Forum.

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2017 Speakers

Day 1
September 26, 2017
8:30 am - 9:30 am

REGISTRATION

WELCOME & INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

Karen Allen, President, Karen Allen Consulting
Karen Allen

VIEW FROM THE TOP: STREAMING REVENUE MILESTONES AND GOALPOSTS

In 2016, music streaming services officially accounted for over half of all major label revenue, and overall global music revenue growth was 7%, the highest since Napster launched. Have we...
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Julie Greifer Swidler
Michael Abitbol
Lars Murray

OPENING PRESENTATIONS: THE FUTURE OF THE MUSIC BUSINESS

Visionary presenters give their perspectives on the future of the music business followed by Q/A.
11:15 am - 11:30 am

MORNING BREAK

FEATURED PRESENTATION

PANELISTS Drew Silverstein, Founder & CEO, Amper Music
Drew Silverstein

PANEL: TECHNOLOGY, HUMANS, PLAYLISTS AND THE FUTURE OF MUSIC DISCOVERY

In the ongoing drive to create the perfect music discovery solution, services are trying to strike a balance between data-based algorithms and human recommendation. The impact of getting a song...
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Lucie Watson
Kavi Halemane

PANEL: WHY YOU SHOULD CARE ABOUT VR AND MUSIC

Virtual Reality (VR) has been both heralded as the new, hot platform and passed off as hype, but the truth is that 6.3 million headsets are in the market, and...
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Jeremy Grubber
Juan Santillan
Nicole St. Jean
Cortney Harding
Kevin Chernett
12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

LUNCH BREAK

BAND & BRANDS: THE QUESTIONS THAT SHOULD BE ASKED

Red Light Management’s / GreenLight Media and Marketing’s Bruce Flohr moderates this interactive session focused on brand/music campaigns. The panel will take questions from audience members and incorporate them into...
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Lori Feldman
Bruce Flohr
Amy Sorokas
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm

BREAK

STARTUP PITCHES

Quickfire 5-minute pitches from digital music startups.

THE NEXT GENERATION OF FAN ENGAGEMENT

Simply reaching a fan is only half the battle. One you have their attention, how do you measure their level of interest and deliver the right experience or content? What...
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Aaron Ford
Megan Berry
Zeeshan Zaidi

PANEL: FANS TAKE CENTER STAGE

Social media platforms became massively successful by putting their users in the spotlight. While music has always been an element of the content created, now platforms have emerged that provide...
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Chad Marcum
Justina Valentine
Khudor Annous
Kevin Carson

STATE OF MUSIC STARTUPS

Music is one of the hardest categories of startups to get funded, even when music licensing is not a factor. Which companies are finding investment, what has made them attractive...
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Dan Rowe
Dick Wingate
David Porter
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

AFTERNOON BREAK

VIEW FROM THE TOP

This panel of digital and tech industry heavy weights will discuss the future of the music business and technology, where it’s going, and where it’s been. How is consumer behavior...
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Tickets

VIP All-Access Passes
1,599.00 USD

Opening Party (Sept. 25)

Innovation Stage & Startup Gallery (Sept. 26-27)

Open Space Sessions (Sept. 26-27)

All Conferences – Music/Games/TV/Video/RightsTech (Sept. 26-27)

Coffee Breaks & Receptions (Sept. 26-27)

Tech Crawl (Sept. 26-27)

VIP Lunches (Sept. 26-27) / VIP Dinners (Sept. 26-27)

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Pre-Registration Pass
799.00 USD

Opening Party (Sept. 25)

Entry To All Conferences – Music/Games/TV/Video/RightsTech (Sept. 26-27)

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Digital Music Forum
Single Day Pass
499.00 USD

Opening Party (Sept. 25)

All Conferences – Music/Games/TV/Video/RightsTech (Sept. 26-27)

Coffee Breaks & Receptions (Sept. 26-27)

Tech Crawl (Sept. 26-27)

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Location

The Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Pl New York, NY 10280
+1-646-437-4202

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