Wednesday 9 December 2015, Birkbeck College, University of London
Room 101, 30 Russell Square
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As the research project ‘Economic Survival in a Long Established Creative Industry: Strategies, Business Models and Copyright in Music Publishing’, funded by the AHRC, comes to a close, we are holding a final Workshop on Copyright and Business Models in Music Publishing to discuss the results and conclusions with other experts and anyone interested in the research.
10.55 Introduction to the research project and the Workshop
11.00 Chair: Ruth Towse
Jose Bellido (University of Kent) and Fiona Macmillan (Birkbeck College, University of London). ‘Music Copyright After Collectivisation’.
11.45 Chair: Fiona Macmillan
Dennis Collopy (University of Herts) ‘Digital Disruption and Disintermediation in the Music Publishing Industry’.
13.30 Chair: Fiona Macmillan
Kenny Barr (CREATe, University of Glasgow) and Ruth Towse (Bournemouth University and CREATe) ‘Going for a Song: Copyright and Contracts in Music Publishing’.
14.15 Chair: Maurizio Borghi
Richard Osborne (Middlesex University) ‘That’s the Joint: The Harmonisation of Words and Music in EU Law’.
15.00 Tea break
15.15 Chair: Jose Bellido
Hyojung Sun and Ruth Towse (Bournemouth University) ‘Researching Product Cycles in Published Music’.
16.00 Chair: Maurizio Borghi
Panel discussion: ‘Future research in music publishing. What does the industry want? What can academic researchers do?’ Panellists: Chris Carey (MediaInsight), Martin Cloonan (University of Glasgow), Stephanie Dales (IPO), Jane Dyball (MPA), David Safir (AKM and formerly ASCAP), Jeremy Silver (Mediaclarity, MusicGlue and SupaPass).