LIVE: The Future of Music Summit, Washington, DC…

The Future of Music Summit.

October 28-29, 2013.

Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

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7 Responses

    • Paul Resnikoff

      Since this is a rolling stream of all sorts of presentations and discussions, please specify which you’re referring to?

      • Tune Hunter

        Wow and Wow! I am assuming those bright ideas about license plate for tunes come for fellows from Sound Exchange. Yes, every single tune played in public or iRadio or iStream has to have hidden license plate.

        First part fixed related to artist, author or label then second liquid part, created on flight prior to broadcast, to define distribution participants. Money for all at fair and predefined rate!

        SoundExchange might not be the best Central Bank of Music – they might be perfect paid arbitrator and supervisory body for Google, Shazam, Soundhound, Gracenote etc. “serve and collect$$$” engines.

        I am surprised to see this type of discussion at this event. It was always a lot of talk about nothing!
        …and it is still probably nothing – player like Google (no matter what they got the balls) has to take it and efficiently push it in to the big money zone!