PRS for Music and IC Tomorrow are hosting their first joint event on Music Licensing.
The event is aimed primarily at music-using digital start-ups and aims to raise the level of awareness and knowledge of music rights and licensing issues.
|2.10pm||An overview of digital music licensing|
|2.30pm||Introduction to IC Tomorrow|
|3.15pm||Licensing Scenarios - Ask the Experts|
|4.30pm||Event ends, followed by networking drinks|
Robert Ashcroft, CEO, PRS for Music
Paul Brindley, IC Tomorrow and Music Ally
Lucie Caswell, PRS for Music
Scott Cohen, The Orchard
Jane Dyball, Warner/Chappell
Cliff Fluet, Solicitor, Lewis Silkin
Nic Garnett, IC Tomorrow
Ben McEwen, PRS for Music
Matt Sansam, IC Tomorrow
Cosmo Lush, EMI Music
Nikhil Shah, MixCloud
IC Tomorrow is a major new initiative from the Technology Strategy Board to create a purpose-built environment for the creating and testing of new digital content business models. Find out more about IC Tomorrow
PRS for Music represents 75,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers in the UK. As a not-for-profit organisation it ensures creators are paid whenever their music is played, performed or reproduced; championing the importance of copyright to protect and support the UK music industry.
PRS for Music provides business and community groups with easy access to over 10m songs through its music licences. In an industry worth £3.9bn PRS for Music is uniquely placed to be a voice for music and music creators.
Collecting £623m in 2009 PRS for Music is one of the world’s most efficient combined rights organisations. With 155 representation agreements in place globally, PRS for Music’s network represents over 2 million music creators.
*Agenda subject to change