This year’s A&R Worldwide MUSEXPO event in Los Angeles will see a raft of leading A&R executives turn out to discuss the key issues affecting the music industry, delivering keynote addresses and taking part in a variety of panel sessions.
Among the many topics under discussion will be maximising revenue streams, the ever-evolving nature of music consumption and the importance of understanding data.
Among those set to take part in MUSEXPO 2017’s A&R-focused activities are Alex da Kid, Grammy-winning producer and founder, KidInDaKorner; Aton Ben-Horin, global VP of A&R, Warner Music Group; Avery Lipman, co-founder and chief executive, Republic Records; Craig Kallman, chairman and CEO, Atlantic Records; Jason Flom, CEO, Lava Records and Lava Music Publishing; Jason Jordan, senior VP of A&R, Republic Records; Maureen Kenny, senior VP of A&R, Atlantic Records; Mio Vukovic, senior VP/head of creative, Disney Music Group; Monte Lipman, co-founder and chief executive, Republic Records; Pete Ganbarg, head of A&R, Atlantic Records Group; Robin Jenssen, VP and general manager, EKKO Music Rights (Sweden); Savan Kotecha, songwriter/producer; Seymour Stein, co-founder and chairman, Sire Records and VP, Warner Bros Records; Shridhar Subramaniam, president, India and Middle East, Sony Music Entertainment; Thaddeus Rudd, co-president and co-owner, Mom+Pop Music; Vincent “Tuff” Morgan, director of pop and urban, peermusic; Zach Katz, president, repertoire and marketing, US, BMG; and many others to be unveiled soon.
Now in its 13th year, the annual MUSEXPO event takes place in Hollywood, Los Angeles, bringing together some of the biggest and most influential music business professionals and executives for an extensive programme of speeches and seminars. Covering the full spectrum of industry sectors, the event is designed to help attendees better understand the complexities of the music industry on a global scale.
Other confirmed speakers across the event so far include Sir Lucian Grainge, chairman and CEO, Universal Music Group; Ben Cooper, controller, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra; Craig Kallman, chairman and CEO, Atlantic Records, George Ergatoudis, head of content programming, Spotify UK, Australia and New Zealand, Zach Katz, president, repertoire and marketing US, BMG; and many more.
For more information on this year’s speakers and how to to register, visit www.musexpo.net.
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