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Please note that Monday, May 15 consists of pre-convention meetings, digital service workshops, the Entertainment & Technology Law Conference, and the Industry Jam 2. The full program will take place Tuesday, May 16  through Thursday, May 18.  
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Wednesday, May 17 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Cultivating Independence in Digital Operations & Intelligence

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Whether a steadfast indie, major or startup rights-holder organization, there is nothing minor about the decisions surrounding your digital approach. Rights-holder longevity and success is increasingly tied to digital initiatives and in many ways that means finding the right set of tools for maintaining or increasing independence and control. With the influx of affordable tools, the playing field has somewhat been leveled. But where does it make sense to cut corners vs when does one absolutely need to invest in enterprise solutions? What workflows or value propositions do rights-holders need to take ownership of and what does this all mean for the unique anatomy and relevance of a label and publisher?

This panel will look at the decisions a rights-holder needs to make when constructing their digital setup. From the economics of distribution to the technical requirements of delivery, DSP relationships, publishing, analytics, royalty reporting, marketing and everything in between, this group of experts will discuss their experiences with an independent setup that sees success on digital platforms.

Moderators
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Pieter van Rijn

CEO, FUGA
Pieter van Rijn is the CEO of FUGA, a leading technology and services partner for the recordings business. Developing flexible and adaptable technology with leading labels, FUGA’s sole role is to provide clients with the tools they require to run their changing businesses more efficiently. Taking up the CEO position in May 2014, van... Read More →

Speakers
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Joey Elwood

Co-Founder & President, Gotee Records/Emack Music Publishing
Starting out of a basement in 1994, Gotee Records and Emack Music partners' Toby McKeehan, Todd Collins, and Joey Elwood began the label and publishing operations under one very simple premise: reach kids with the Gospel through music. As President of both entities, Elwood led th... Read More →
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Mike Fabio

‎Director of Digital Marketing, New West Records
Mike Fabio is Director of Digital Marketing at New West Records, where he oversees social, web, e-commerce, advertising, and streaming promotions; and COO & Co-founder of Bandposters, a tool for touring artists to design, print, and ship posters for every gig on a tour in 90 seconds or less. Previously, Fabio was Partner at Back Porch Group, a consulting company specializing in early-stage music tech startups; Founder at Tiny Jetpack, a boutique digital marketing firm for music and technology; Community Director at Warner Bros. Records, where he oversaw the department managing all aspects of... Read More →
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Neeta Ragoowansi

Sr. VP of Business Development & Legal Affairs/Co-Founder, The National Performing Rights Exchange (NPREX)
Neeta Ragoowansi is Sr. VP of Business Development & Legal Affairs/Co-Founder of  the National Performing Rights Exchange (NPREX). She has been an entertainment attorney and music business professional for over 20 years, with the last 13 years focused on the music licensing/royalty administration space. She was formerly in senior management and Director of Artist-Label Relations at SoundExchange, Sr. VP of Business Development... Read More →


Wednesday May 17, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
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